The plaintiff’s daughter stated that the lettuce leaf looked old and like it had been there awhile, but that she had been in the produce aisle once before the accident and did not see any water or a lettuce leaf on the floor prior to the plaintiff’s fall. David Schreiner and Rubin Amazan, store employees, did not witness the fall. They both stated that they did not see a lettuce leaf after inspecting the floor following the fall. Issue: Did the negligence of Economy Super Market cause the slip and fall of Ms. Thompson? Rule: A defendant owes a business invitee on the defendant’s premises a duty to exercise ordinary care in maintaining the premises in a reasonably safe condition.
Elizabeth Smart was 14 years old when she got abducted from her bedroom in the middle of the night on June 5, 2002 in Salt Lake City, Utah. They lived in a busy (but) safe neighborhood called Federal Heights (one of the most affluent neighborhoods in Salt Lake City). The day she got abducted it felt and seemed like a normal day for the Smart family, they went off to school. Then her family Edward Smart (farther), Louis Smart (mother), and there other five children were going to Elizabeth school for award ceremony. After the award show they went home, when they got home they got ready for bed they locked all the doors but they didn’t set the alarm because if one of the kids got up and moved around in the night the alarm would go off so they didn’t bother to turn it on that night.
Her death shook the nation. Patsy Ramsey (Jonbenet's mother) discovered her young daughter was missing when she found a two and half page ransom note demanding $118,000.00 if they ever wanted to see their daughter alive again. The note also stated that the Ramsey's were to not contact the police. Patsy defied the instructions and contacted the police and family members. The police arrived and conducted a search which started at the house.
The author felt exposed and unsafe. So, she kept her laptop computer locked in her car but still, she couldn’t fall asleep under such bad living conditions. After she found a nicer living area at The Comfort Inn, she discovered that improved lodging allowed her to do a better job at work and to cure her insomnia. Imagine if Ehrenreich stayed at the motel room, she will eventually finish the undercover investigation with a damaged body. Also, “their deaths will be linked to malnutrition.” (Second Thought, p.105) While working in Maine, the Maids the housekeeping service did not allow workers to drink or eat anything on the job.
Six-year-old JonBenet Ramsey was found strangled in the basement of her parent’s home (Wecht and Bosworth ). There were no eyewitnesses to this horrendous crime. The only valid piece of evidence was a three-page ransom note found on the Ramsey’s back staircase. When questioned by Boulder police, two neighbors claimed that they observed bizarre activity the night of the murder. One woman awoke to a piercing scream just after midnight.
There are quite a few situations that apply to Marilyn’s grief. The initial stage of Marilyn’s grief started with the divorce of her parents at the age of 14. That divorce resulted in her losing contact with her father right until 6 months before he died. Additionally, two months after her son Jacob died from a car accident in which he had a head on collision with a drunk driver. Another thing that makes up Marilyn’s grief history is the fact that her son and husband are never really around.
Early life Bell's mother Betty (née McCrickett) was a prostitute who was often absent from the family home, travelling to Glasgow to work. Mary (nicknamed May) was her first child, born when Betty was 17 years old. It is not known who Mary's biological father was; for most of her life she believed it to be Billy Bell, a habitual criminal later arrested for armed robbery who had married Betty some time after Mary was born. Independent accounts from family members strongly suggest that Betty had more than once attempted to kill Mary and make her death look accidental during the first few years of her life. [page needed] Mary herself says she was subjected to repeated sexual abuse, her mother forcing her from the age of four to engage in sexual acts with men.
However, my cousin let it slip about a week later that a kid held us at gunpoint while we were walking. My mom was furious because we didn’t tell her about this sooner, but we were only trying to save us because we knew this kid wasn’t joking around. My mom called the cops. They drove around the neighborhood for about a week straight looking for this dangerous kid. There was no sign of him, they couldn’t find him anywhere.
Elena’s parents died in a mysterious way. She now lives with her aunt Ava. Since no one knows how her parents died she becomes distant from her friends, especially her two best friends Stella and Rose. Everyday Elena’s friends would ask if she was alright, but every time they ask Elena would lie to them. “Are you alright?” Rose asked.
I went to visit my mom in Des Moines and my Aunt finally emailed her at school. She was not able to use telephones or her cell phone, so email was the only way to keep in contact with her. She was not able to get home till later that night, because the police would not let her across the Brooklyn Bridge. Then, ten days 14 days later, we got a call from her asking us to buy her a gas mask. She said it is absolutely horrible smelling because of all the dust and 6,000 rotting bodies.