SAMUEL S. HAINES v. HENRY COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION
(This is our superintendent today) Imagine seeing you and your kids being struck by a bus that could’ve killed you. Mr. Samuel S. Haines had this happen to him. He was the victim,also the plaintiff whenever he called suites on this accidents. The case was held at the Tennessee State Court. In the Tennessee State Court website, the text states, “It is the mission of the State Court of Henry County to do justice, as nearly as possible, to all persons coming before our Court, and to the community at large.” On October 4,2005, in Paris Tennessee, Mr. Samuel Haines was struck by a bus from the Henry County Board of education. Mr. Haines at first tried to stop and apply his brakes when the car …show more content…
But, after the accident the plaintiff reported back pain, so he went to Dr. Gulish. Years after the accident he was still experiencing pain. Dr. Gulish found some signs that could have caused him pain, but an anonymous call said that the plaintiff was selling his prescribed medicine. But, no real evidence was found. The plaintiff did this because he wanted the judge to think it caused major injuries to him so that he would win the case. Plus, it makes the fines increase. “The court then went on to award damages to Plaintiff of $10,000 for past physical pain, mental suffering, and loss of enjoyment of life; $15,000 for future physical pain, mental suffering, and loss of enjoyment of life; $8,700 for past medical expenses; $12,000 for past lost earning capacity; and $10,000 for future lost earning capacity. The court found that the Henry County Board of Education was 90% at fault for Plaintiff’s injuries, and the unknown driver was 10% at fault. As such, the court awarded Plaintiff $50,130 from the Defendant. The Defendant timely filed a notice of appeal to this …show more content…
Organization: 1. This project is well organized from beginning to end. Student met all required deadlines. 2. This project is generally well organized. Met all deadlines. 3. This project has a few errors in organizational format that become distracting to the reader. Student missed one of the required deadlines or turned in one of the aspects late. 4. This project has limited organization. Reader understanding is impaired.
Creativity: 1. Project has extremely creative and original ideas. Truly showed the student’s creative talents. 2. Project has several creative and original ideas. Most aspects of the project demonstrated some level of creativity. 3. Project has some creative and original ideas. Some aspects of the project demonstrated some level of creativity. 4. Project has minimal creativity and original ideas.
Accuracy: 1. Student provided accurate and detailed explanations where explanations were required. All dates, claims and facts were detailed and true. All sources were correctly cited. 2. Student provided accurate and somewhat detailed explanations where required. Most claims were detailed and true. Sources were cited with only one or two minor
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The 2011 federal district court opinion from the Middle District of Pennsylvania addressed a general public misconception regarding the Rule of Evidence 701. Indeed, Eric Lyons attempted to use his x-ray results and his physical symptoms against the defendants even though he lacked the expertise to prove that his broken rib injury resulted from his fight against Anthony Boyking. Furthermore, Lyons also believed that his contender benefited of the defendants’ involvement to defeat him. Certainly, Eric Lyons may have been accurate about his rights under the Eight Amendment, however, the law could not take into consideration his testimony due to the fact that his deposition would not qualify as a subject matter expert in the medical field. Thus, the pretrial order the defendants pursued to prevent the plaintiff 's personal contribution regarding his physical symptoms is legit regardless the truthfulness of Eric Lyons’s statement.
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The people that made these claims were later notified if their claims were thought to be true or
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PSY 211 Research Design Worksheet Complete each section of this worksheet. You will use this worksheet to inform the Research Design section of your final project submission. Citation of Literature Parfitt, Y., Pike, A., & Ayers, S. (2014). Infant Developmental Outcomes: A Family Systems Perspective. Infant & Child Development, 23(4), 353-373. doi:10.1002/
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It It f It frustrates me what Dr. Anna Pou had to go through with the lawsuits of the Memorial Medical Center incident. As Healthcare professionals, being sued for making the rightful decision for the patient and the hospital is unjust. Healthcare professionals like Dr. Pou, have taken the Hippocratic oath, and one of the promises made within that oath is “first, do no harm”. Hospital’s should not be so quick to make such an important decision of pressing charges to their faculty; more trust should be placed in them. In addition, she made it clear her intentions were just to ‘‘help’’ patients ‘‘through their pain,’’ on national television.
Introduction During the four-year study in the program of Accounting and Finance, I have gained the professional knowledge, and also obtained the precious experiences in life. This year, I have learned a lot during the process of the working on the capstone project. In order to have a deep understanding of myself, the essay will make a summary of the capstone project and myself.
1. Introduction to Organisational Structures The Organizational Structure within a company determines the way in which an organization’s operational activities are performed. Some of the main operations defined within an organizational structure include the allocation, supervision, and coordination of how a project is to be completed. The organizational structure will determine how tasks are performed during a project and who the tasks are to be performed by. The organizational structure also states who will manage or oversee the project and the processes or protocols that will be implemented during the time frame of that particular project.
Organization is important for academic success. Being organized is proven to lower stress. Organizing also makes it much easier to keep track of things. Organization is a huge problem for me. Often I find it hard to keep track of all my homework when my backpack is such a mess.
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