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Recent Cases and Media

Raymond Holton v. Edgewood Management Corporation

Posted on August 19, 2019 to
TODAY, 74 YEAR OLD MAN TRAPPED FOR FIVE DAYS IN SENIOR BUILDING SUES HIS LANDLORD A copy of the lawsuit and the ATF Report may be downloaded here: Lawsuit ATF Report of Investigation The lawsuit is based upon facts...
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Dane Smothers, Jr. v. District of Columbia, et al. Complaint Filed

Posted on June 6, 2019 to
Click to access the Dane Smothers, Jr. vs. District of Columbia, et al. Lawsuit . On August 2, 2017, a D.C. Fire Department ladder truck struck a firefighter pinning him against a parked fire truck. The D.C. Government investigation of...
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Attorneys Heiden and Murray File Lawsuit Against Uber

Posted on April 25, 2019 to
Partners Julie Heiden and Kasey Murray have filed a lawsuit against Uber.  The case alleges intentional tort claims, vicarious liability, and direct negligence against Uber all stemming from the driver’s sexual assault on our client, a young woman. Read...
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Coles-Green v. District of Columbia, et al. Complaint Filed

Posted on April 23, 2019 to
Click to access the T'Anita Coles-Green v. The District of Columba, et al. Lawsuit Today, the family of a man killed by a District of Columbia fire truck files a lawsuit based on historical inaction by the Fire Department. ...
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Denson v. The SEED Foundation, et al.

Posted on April 23, 2019 to
Attorney William J. Lightfoot has filed a lawsuit against SEED Public Charter School on behalf of the family of Stormiyah Denson-Jackson, a student of the school. She died by suicide in the school's dormitory. Read the full Complaint here:...
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Waugh v. MedStar Georgetown University Hospital

Posted on April 10, 2019 to
A recent decision of the D.C. Court of Appeals illustrates the need for great care in filing a medical malpractice action in D.C. on time. The case arose from allegations by Brian Keith Waugh that on September 7-8, 2014,...
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