The World Almanac And Book Of Facts 2017

Author: Sarah Janssen
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1600572073
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... to drug-induced causes per 100,000 population. 586 361 1,107 145 140 555
348 1,303 559 2,510 1,435 48 2,832 809 617 2,829 253 726 70 1,330 2,727 617
90 1,002 1,058 646 874 112 106 49,714 10.7 12.1 18.3 14.2 7.4 19.5 26.2 14.6
26.8 12.7 14.4 6.5 24.4 20.9 15.5 22.1 24.0 15.0 8.2 20.3 10.1 21.0 14.4 12.0
15.0 34.9 15.2 19.2 16.1 15.6 Principal Types of Accidental Deaths in the U.S.,
1970-2014 Source: Injury Facts®, 2016 Edition, National Safety Council; National
Center.

Personal Injury And Clinical Negligence Litigation 2017

Author: Julie Mardell
Publisher: College of Law Publishing
ISBN: 1911269526
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In this case, it was held that, where a claimant instructed solicitors to bring a claim
for damages, on the proper construction of s 14(3) of the LA 1980 the claimant
was fixed with constructive knowledge of facts which the solicitor ought to have
acquired. 7.3.4 The injury was 'significant' In order to determine whether the
claimant was aware that the injury was significant, further guidance is provided in
s 14(2). This states that an injury is significant if the claimant would reasonably
have ...

Family Law And Practice 2017

Author: Nancy Duffield
Publisher: College of Law Publishing
ISBN: 191126950X
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14.4.3.3 'Is likely to suffer' This allows the court to consider whether a child is
likely to suffer significant harm in the future, and would enable the court to protect
a child where, for example, an acknowledged abuser returns to the household, or
where another child has suffered in the same family. If the facts which form the
basis for concern over likely harm in the future are disputed (eg the alleged
abuser disputes having previously abused another child), the court will have to
make a ...

Virginia Personal Injury Forms

Author: John P. Harris III
Publisher: LexisNexis
ISBN: 1579118313
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Identify each person whom you expect to call as an expert witness in the trial of
this case and for each such person, state the following: (a) The subject matter on
which the expert is expected to testify; (b) The substance of facts and opinions to
which the expert is expected to testify; and (c) A summary of the grounds for each
opinion. ANSWER: 6. State whether you or someone acting on your behalf
obtained a statement or description from the plaintiff relating to the subject
collision.

Alabama Workers Compensation Law And Handbook

Author: Robert W. Lee
Publisher: LexisNexis
ISBN: 1422486257
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1995). The Alabama Supreme Court, reversing the Court of Civil Appeals, has
held that when an employee testifies to actual notice given to a supervisor of the
employer, the burden to refute the notice requirement is the employer's. 13
Russell Coal Co. v. Williams, 550 So. 2d 1007 (Ala. Civ. App. 1989). The court
held that the fact of the existence of a medical problem is not sufficient notice
unless the employer has some information connecting the work activity and the
injury. Facts and ...

Wisconsin Accident Facts

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URBAN Persons Injured: By Age Group—Type of Person and Sex ToTAL
PERSONS | PEDESTRIANS BICYCLISTS | DRIVERS | PASSENGERS Age
Grouping Total Male Female | Total Male Female | Total Male Female | Total
Male Female ... 697 333 364 5,322 3,075 2,247 || 47 27 20 78 54 24 || 3,119
2,017 1,102 || 2,078 977 1,101 4,690 3,019 1,671 || 45 30 15 18 13 5 || 3,329
2,320 1,009 || 1,298 656 642 5,148 3,237 1,911 || 49 41 8 27 20 3,944 2,664
1,280 | 1,128 512 616 2,705 ...

Louisiana Tort Law

Author: Frank L. Maraist
Publisher: LexisNexis
ISBN: 157911945X
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more probably than not, that the absence of a handrail was a significant enough
factor in bringing about the injury. Similarly, where an officer fails to properly
direct traffic at an intersection, and an inattentive or intoxicated driver enters the
intersection and injures the plaintiff, the “but for” test may exonerate the officer,
but the “substantial factor” test will permit a jury to find that the officer's fault was a
cause-in-fact of the accident. Lasyone may be explained as one of these cases.
As noted ...

Family Law

Author: Jane Sendall
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0198783183
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The harm suffered by the child can be considered to be attributed to the
inadequate care of the parent as well as the third party (Lancashire County
Council v B [2000] 1 FLR 583). There may be doubt about who has caused the
harm where the care of the child is shared between the parents and other carers.
In the case ... Both Lord Hoffmann and Baroness Hale made clear there is only
one standard of proof and that is proof that the fact in issue more probably
occurred than it did not.

Federal Work Injury Facts

Author: United States. Bureau of Employees' Compensation
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Causes of Work Injuries Sustained by Post Office Department Employees Under
the Federal Employees' Compensation Act, Calendar Years 1959- United States.
Bureau of Employees' Compensation. 1959 1965 _ BQ. ... Unp.¢ng.a 1959 56 15
- 605 8 2,017 8 1,526 8 4,427 - 8 7,910 2.6 1960 56 16 — 2011 1,291 2,005 575
— 51“, 2~7 Cables; Hopes; Ilets; Chains; 1961 59 15 5511 2,1106 075 5,160 -
6,119 2.2 06.11. sung. 1962 50 16 - 226 1,775 2,567 756 - 5,116 2.1 _ 1965 10 9
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