By Robert I. Feinberg | Published December 22, 2016 | |
In the last three blogs I have been talking about a softball injury that happened at a U.S. Army National Guard outing and it involved a significant injury to a thirteen-year-old boy. The thirteen-year-old had claims for his physical injuries. Because the judge found the government through its supervising officer was 80% negligent, the boy was able to recover 80% of his injuries.Read More
In recent blogs we have seen how the U.S. government can be liable in a U.S. Army National Guard family outing. A thirteen-year-old boy was hit while walking along the third base line at a softball game involving older people. As the boy was walking towards home plate, along the foul line, the catcher hit him on a throw to third to nail a runner.Read More
This is the second blog in a series about a federal case under what is called the Federal Tort Claims Act. As you may recall from the last blog, a youngster, a thirteen-year-old boy, suffered a very significant injury while walking close to the field of play during a softball game. The game was a “pick up” game at a U.S. Army National Guard outing.Read More
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