Category Archives: Assault & Harassment

Store Surveillance Evidence Can Save an Injured Shopper’s Case

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Most retail shopping stores have surveillance cameras. Video cameras “watch” areas where money changes hands. Both high-end and discount stores also have cameras posted at many locations where people enter and exit the building.  These retail establishments have cameras to make sure there’s no “shrinkage”.  Retailers are afraid of shrinkage — the theft of merchandise

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Washington Pit Bull Attack Results in Jury Verdict Against Defendants

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After being attacked by a pit bull, an injured woman brought a lawsuit against the dog’s owner.  This kind of case is considered a “Premises Liability Case,” and is usually defended by the dog owner’s “Homeowners” Insurance Company, which insures the homeowner for injuries to visitors caused by dangerous steps, falling trees, holes in the

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Truck Driver’s Cowardly Act: Biker Hit and Run

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Road rage, rude drivers, people in a hurry in the DC metro area have exposed all of us to unsafe actions on local roads and Interstate Highways in Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia.  The helmet camera recording of a truck driver riding a biker off the road and then driving off should give

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