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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

STATE COUNSEL FOR DISCIPLINE v. Wadman

... With regard to the allegations contained in the formal charges, the referee found that respondent had been retained to represent Eloise Johnson in a personal injury case. Respondent filed suit on behalf of Johnson in the county court for Douglas 684 County. ...

Corona de Camargo v. Schon

... The principal issue in these consolidated appeals is whether the 2-year statute of limitations for wrongful death actions governs personal injury actions brought on behalf of the victims' estates to recover for the pain and suffering they experienced before death. ...

State v. Davis

... a child. He argues that the statute required the State to prove that the victim experienced "`serious personal injury'" because of the assault. [10] We disagree. Davis ... crime. Thus, his serious personal injury argument also fails. 2. THE ...