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INTENTIONAL ACT OR LACK OF CAPACITY?

Intentional act or lack of capacity? Logan Foreman, the then 16-year-old son of Brent and Kathleen Foreman, was living at home with them when he set fire to the family home in a suicide attempt. In a disturbed mental state only a few days after his release from a psychiatric hospital, while his family slept, Logan piled his schoolbooks onto a couch in the basement of the family home and

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DON’T TAKE YOUR GUNS TO TOWN, SON

Don’t take your guns to town, son On the evening of October 24, 2013, the son of Maria Olivares (Son) was at a bar owned by Aztec Marketing, Inc. While at the bar, Son was involved in a fight with another patron (Patron); others present broke up the fight, and a bar employee ordered Patron to leave. As he was leaving, Patron was overheard saying, “I’ll be back. You’ll regret

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HE FOUGHT THE LAW

He fought the law … Kent Ryser and two of his co-workers, Linda Forster and Sherri Babion, were returning together from a work trip in Babion’s vehicle. With Babion’s permission, Forster was driving, and Ryser was a passenger in the back seat. During this trip, all three were acting within the course and scope of their employment. Forster fell asleep at the wheel and lost control of the vehicle, after

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WHEELS UP

Wheels up In February 2015, Shellie Oehler, as executor of the estate of Jeffrey Oehler, filed a complaint against Oehler’s Home Care (OHC) for the wrongful death of Jeffrey. The complaint stated that employees of OHC transported Jeffrey, a spastic quadriplegic who was confined to a wheelchair, to Sam’s Club in April 2013 and “were in the process of preparing [Jeffrey] for transfer into his van seat when they failed

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TELLING IT LIKE IT IS

Telling it like it is Diana Metzger drove her personally insured vehicle to a feed supply store to purchase inventory for resale at Metzger’s Country Store, LLC, a limited liability company to which Metzger, her husband Gary, and Gary’s brother and sister belonged. After Metzger completed her purchase, she was walking to her personal vehicle when she was struck by a vehicle driven by Courtney Gebben. Metzger sustained severe injuries

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