After he crashed, he sued
the makers for not telling him he couldn't do this, winning pounds 1 million plus a new motor home.
When family practitioners get sued
, it's often because they fail to make a timely diagnosis.
A retired employee sued
the plan administrator and the pension plan alleging an administration error and a miscalculation of plan benefits.
Tishman, a manager of a construction company who quit his job after his employer said he might be laid off, and who then sued
for age discrimination, was awarded $7.1 million.
Just as with State governments, the Federal Government cannot be sued
without a waiver of sovereign immunity.
Some companies that manufacture masks have been sued
by plaintiffs who claimed the masks failed to protect them from mixed dust.
CMS in federal court alleging that the HMP violates a provision (42 USC [section]1396r-8(b)(1)(A)) that requires manufacturers only to pay rebates for drugs for which payment was made under the state plan.
The result is a guessing game as to who can be sued
In 1999, Kaufman sued
to prevent investment bank Dean Kehler and his wife Elizabeth, who live next door to him, from building a concrete pier that muddied his shoreline by blocking the tides.
To help ease the personal and emotional trauma experienced universally by sued
physicians, one physician organization in Texas began a program to support physicians in this time of great need.
Montgomery also argued that her claim against the firm did not fall within the policy exclusion because she sued
as an investor rather than as a partner.
Stein told Rendell about how he had just been sued
over a freak accident that didn't involve him and took place hundreds of miles away.