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November 2012 Archives

Wrongful death suit filed against doctor in death of prostitute

A lawsuit has been filed by the mother of a murdered sex worker from New Jersey against a doctor who took her in the night of her disappearance. The wrongful death suit alleges that the doctor negligently caused the woman's death by giving her drugs to calm her down and then releasing her to her driver.

Drunk driver turns herself in after injuring four

Recently, a 22-year old woman from Haskell, New Jersey turned herself in to local police after fleeing from the scene of the car accident where she injured four people. The car accident occurred when the small car driven by the woman swerved into oncoming traffic and collided with a minivan. Two people in the minivan were injured, as were the woman's two passengers in the car.

Slain girl's mom suing mental health clinic for wrongful death

Early last month, this blog discussed the case of an Alzheimer's patient killed by a fellow resident at a nursing home in New Jersey. This story demonstrated how tragedies can occur when such facilities breach the duty of care they owe to clients by failing to keep violent individuals properly supervised or isolated. Wrongful death lawsuits may be an option for families to pursue when a loved one has died due to apparent negligence in a health care facility, be they elderly residents in a nursing home or younger people in a mental health treatment program.

New Jersey woman killed in collision with police officer

A 21-year old New Jersey woman was killed when the car she was driving collided with a police car during the recent hurricane. The auto accident occurred in Port Jefferson when the car went through a stop light and collided with the police vehicle. The driver was killed, and her three passengers were injured and taken to the hospital for treatment. The police officer inside the car was also taken to the hospital and subsequently released. An investigation of the incident is still ongoing, but police confirmed that the traffic light near where the accident occurred was not working at the time of the accident. At the time of the accident, the police car was returning from a call related to the storm.

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