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Why Qualified Immunity Is So Controversial

By Robert E. Craven & Associates |

Just like any government actor or agent, you can sue a police officer, or police department, if the officer acts negligently, and causes harm to you. What the officer has to do to be actionable is one thing—but even if you do prove that the officer did something wrong or negligently to cause you… Read More »

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NBA Coach Steve Kerr Had A Terrible Complication With Back Surgery

By Robert E. Craven & Associates |

After many years and many championships, the NBA’s Steve Kerr still roams the sidelines as the Golden State Warriors’ head coach. His athletic and youthful appearance, as well as the fact he is a former NBA champion himself as a former player, all hide the trauma he went through many years ago—a trauma that… Read More »

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Injuries From Police Pursuits: When Is The Chase Too Dangerous?

By Robert E. Craven & Associates |

Police do dangerous jobs. Often those jobs include having to engage in high speed chases or pursuits. When that happens, it’s not just the officers that are in danger—it’s often the general public, which can be severely injured in accidents caused by police who pursue suspects. Policies Can Vary There is no national or… Read More »

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Understanding Rhode Island’s Good Samaritan Laws

By Robert E. Craven & Associates |

None of us want to have to witness an accident, or someone in peril, or someone who is injured. But when you do, you may have an obligation to do something about it because Rhode Island is one of the few states in the nation, where a bystander cannot just sit idly by and… Read More »

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Improperly Stacked And Shelved Items That Fall From Above

By Robert E. Craven & Associates |

When we think of accidents that happen in stores and on people’s properties, we usually look down. Is there something slippery on the floor? Mauve an object, or something sticking out, that we could fall on? But you may not have thought about dangers that come from the opposite direction—from above your own head…. Read More »

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Lane Change And Lane Departure Accidents

By Robert E. Craven & Associates |

When we think of car accidents, we usually think of the higher impact accidents—things like intersection accidents, or being rear ended, or head on collisions. But just as common are lane change or lane departure accidents. And while these accidents can seem “lower impact,” they are nonetheless very dangerous. Why So Dangerous? It may… Read More »

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Who Is Liable When Bouncers Go Too Far?

By Robert E. Craven & Associates |

We’ve all heard of and know what a bouncer is. But do we really know who or what a bouncer is? Because when you look at the establishments that provide bouncers, you will find a mashup of different kinds of people, and no one, established definition of what a bouncer is, or what a… Read More »

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The Inherent Stereotypes And Bias In Motorcycle Accident Cases

By Robert E. Craven & Associates |

In any personal injury case, in the eyes of the jury, both the Plaintiff (the victim) and the Defendant go into court in an even playing field; the jury is not supposed to go into a case with any inherent bias for or against either party in the case. But there is one kind… Read More »

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Bedsores: The Hidden Killer In Nursing Homes

By Robert E. Craven & Associates |

When our loved ones are in nursing homes, the biggest danger, and the thing that poses the most risk to our loved ones, is the thing that we actually cannot see, at least, not when our loved one is laying in bed, seemingly peacefully: Bedsores. What makes bedsores so dangerous is that someone doesn’t… Read More »

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Loss Of Quality Of Life: What Is It And How Do You Prove It?

By Robert E. Craven & Associates |

When someone is injured in an accident, they may already know that they can get compensation for their pain and suffering. But often, the term “loss of the enjoyment of life,” or “loss of quality of life” is also mentioned as an item of damages. But what is that? And how does it differ… Read More »

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