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I fought the law and the law won

I fought the law and the law won Christopher Mansfield was licensed as an attorney in the state of Oklahoma. He regularly received court appointments in probate, adoption, and guardianship matters. In 2009 a court appointed Mansfield as special administrator of the estate of Elizabeth S. Cox, to which David Cox was an heir. In 2010 the same court appointed Mansfield as personal representative of the Cox estate. On January

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Forklift fracas: Was store to blame?

Forklift fracas: Was store to blame? On April 12, 2016, Billy Miller filed a petition alleging that he was injured on or about October 9, 2015, when a vehicle driven by Lance Carruth struck him in the parking lot of a Lowe’s store as he was walking out of the store. Miller named Carruth and Carruth’s insurer, Shelter Insurance Company, as defendants. On June 2, 2016, Miller filed a supplemental and

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Splitting hairs

Splitting hairs On July 21, 2015, Lauren Koertge, then age 14, sustained a third-degree chemical burn to the back of her scalp after having her hair highlighted at a salon. Lauren’s mother, Donnette Koertge, filed a petition for damages on behalf of Lauren, as well as herself, against the stylist, Marlaina Free; the salon, The Mane Design, LLC, and its insurer, State Farm Fire and Casualty Insurance Company. Subsequently, Donnette filed a

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Rain on the roof—and inside the house

Rain on the roof—and inside the house Esperanza Garcia owned property in Miami-Dade County. The property was insured under a homeowners policy issued by People’s Trust Insurance Company that included a preferred contractor endorsement. Under the endorsement, Garcia agreed that in the event of a covered loss, People’s Trust could, at its option, repair the property. The endorsement’s appraisal provision stated that where People’s Trust elected to repair the property, “[i]f [Garcia] and

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Stay in your own lane

Stay in your own lane Shortly before 6:00 p.m. on November 5, 2014, Mercedes Brown was driving her 2003 Dodge Intrepid and carrying two passengers. They had just shopped at Advance Auto Parts on Winnsboro Road and were leaving to go to Brown’s mother’s house about five blocks west. This entailed making a left turn out of the Advance Auto Parts parking lot and onto Winnsboro Road, a four-lane, east-west

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