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Another case on Proximate Cause

A recent case from Division I Court of Appeals of Washington contains yet another interesting discussion of proximate cause.  Causation is a necessary element in all tort actions, and so this concept is central to our practice. In the case Department of Labor and Industries v. Shirley (288 P.3d 390), the dispute arose over the spouse of a deceased man, who claimed survivor benefits under a worker’s compensation policy. In this case, the worker was

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Dealing with Subsequent Remedial Measures in Litigation

A recent case in Division II of the Court of Appeals of Washington, called Pupo v. Albertson’s, Inc., reminded us of the importance of properly litigating in the context of a defendant’s subsequent remedial measures after slip-and-fall injuries or really any type of personal injury. When a plaintiff is injured and then later brings a lawsuit; frequently, at some point in that interim, the defendant will take steps to fix or “remedy” whatever may have

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Why is the Dore Law Group the Right Choice for My Case?

The attorneys at Dore Deutscher are the right choice for most people seeking legal counsel in the practice areas of personal injury, wrongful death, medical malpractice, motor vehicle accidents, commercial trucking accidents, maritime accidents, military and veterans medical malpractice, the FTCA, elevator falls and accidents, and construction injuries.

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