A Question Of Fact Blogs

Have you ever wondered how a jury reached their decision on verdicts you read about? Would you like to get immersed in the jury room, examine the facts from both sides and reach a decision without being swayed by outside opinions and news coverage? Then come inside the virtual courtroom where an attorney presents the facts from both sides and you make your own decision.  Juries, not Judges, decide questions of fact in the American jury system.

Medical Malpractice Case

Medical Malpractice Case

Who is at Fault and Comparative Negligence In Florida, defendants can share in liability for an injury. This case involves a person who went to thehospital for a total knee replacement in the left knee but incorrectly had a right implant placed in the leftknee. The person had numerous surgeries to repair the knee, but nobody at the hospital told him/ her the mistake had occurred. Finally, someone told risk management and the patient was informed of the mistake, after 4 surgeries. The potential defendants are as follows: The surgeon who performed all 4 surgeries without telling the patient...

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A Question of Fact: Slip and Fall

A Question of Fact: Slip and Fall

Jury Verdict Auto Accident On the case of the left turning vehicle in front of the speeding oncoming car the verdict was: FOR THE PLAINTIFF Left turning vehicle The vote was close- 55% Negligent 45% Not Negligent   A Question of Fact- Slip and Fall Plaintiff- Patron at a convenience store was walking toward the public bathroom. An employee was mopping in the area. The patron walked onto the freshly mopped floor but did not know it had been mopped and was still wet. The patron fell severely shattering his/her knee requiring total knee replacement. Defendant- The convenience store stated...

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A Question Of Fact 1: The American Jury System

A Question Of Fact 1: The American Jury System

     A jury decides questions of fact in the American legal system. The judge decides questions of law. Both the jury and judge should be fair and impartial. Personal and political opinions are disregarded as a citizen’s case is presented to a jury of his or her peers. Peers are the people who live in the same community who decide the verdict and the fate of the litigants. The government does not decide. The Judge does not decide. The people decide.      This jury system in America is the only legal system in the world that depends on the people to decide whether someone was negligent, or...

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A Question of Fact – Auto Accident

A Question of Fact – Auto Accident

Plaintiff - Vehicle Number 1 travelling northbound and attempting a left hand turn to go west, Defendant – Vehicle Number 2 was travelling South Negligence Jury Instruction “Negligence is the failure to use reasonable care, which is the care that a reasonably careful person would use under like circumstances. Negligence is doing something that a reasonably careful person would not do under like circumstances or failing to do something that a reasonably careful person would do under like circumstances. “ Facts- Vehicle number 1 , the Plaintiff, states he/she was turning left but had to slow a...

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