It begins with the lawsuit against brought against McDonald’s by Stella Lieback who sued for third-degree burns she suffered after spilling a scalding cup of coffee that was served to her in their drive-thru. Stella Lieback’s suit against McDonalds created a media storm and at the time it was hard to find someone who had not heard about the case. As a result of her injuries, 79-year-old Stella endured a lengthy stay in hospital, where she required surgery, skin grafts and therapy, for which she was awarded over $2 million - but she was left with a damages award of less than $200,000. She eventually settled with McDonald's out of court. The Lieback story is used in the film to illustrate how big corporations used the case as a catalyst for tort reform.
Thousands of volunteers rallied around to volunteer to look for April just hours after she was abducted. Resources were bought in from across the UK which did weaken their forces and meant that if they were needed then they couldn’t attend. Lots of services were involved like 17 police teams,45 police forces ,detectives,ceop team ,child rescue alert team, police marine units, fire and rescue urban tams ,coastguard, mountain rescue, do teams, armed forces,rnli,helicopters,kayaks and 1000 plus volunteers. April jones murder sparked a huge search across mid wales it is the biggest search in the UK in history. A campaign was started in honour of April it is the pink ribbon campaign.
Andrea tried killing herself twice before having "Mary" her fifth child. The first time she tried to kill herself, she overdosed on sleeping pills but she was found and taken to the hospital. The second time she had a knife to her own throat, but her husband came in and pried the knife from her hands. After the second attempt, she was admitted to a psych hospital for three weeks. She was given Zoloft, Effexor and an injection shot of an antipsychotic medicine called Haldol.
This caused him to be one step ahead of everyone. Capone was finally found guilty on June 16, 1931 due to tax evasion. He was then sentenced to 11 years in federal prison. After he was released he was diagnosed with syphilis dementia and later died on January 25, 1947. Body Paragraph 2: Bonnie and Clyde was a well known criminal couple who went on a two-year crime spree during the Great Depression.
As a result of the videotaped beating all of the officers were all charged with numerous criminal counts, including the use of excessive force, and filing a false police report. While the trial was being conducted the prosecution team used the amateur videotape beating as the principal source of evidence which exempt King from testifying. On April 29, 1992, the jury, which included ten Caucasian, one Filipino American and one Hispanic, but included no African Americans, found the police officers not guilty on ten of the eleven counts and did not come to an agreement on the other count. The acquittals stunned many people across the world that had seen the videotape beating. After two hours after the acquittals, riots erupted in the all
They had found a demon inside her and they were trying to get it out, she couldn’t remember anything. She could feal something inside her but she couldn’t get rid of her than once again, everything went blank. She woke up in a hospital bed with her mom and her dad beside her, she had been in a fatal car accident and she was in a comma for over 6 months. She had has over 30 surgeries trying to put her insides back together. Remarkably she had made a full recovery.
13.What psycological treatment did Polly recieve after her parents death? After their death she was given extensive shock therapy. 14.What does Michaele discover when he examines the shingels outside the window where alice was killed? He finds that one of the shingels was turned over with bullet fragments , which means a gun shot came from outside. 15.Why does Polly go on the cruise with the senior class?
The prolonged miscarriage caused blood poisoning, and although the doctors operated when the fetal heartbeat ceased, Savita’s heart, kidneys, and liver were already failing. She died seven days after first seeking (and being denied) medical care. With maternal mortality on the rise, restrictive abortion policies that disregard these facts do more than overlook inconvenient
I had the chicken pox when I was 5. I got them from my brother. I had kidney stones in 2001 that had to be surgically removed. I was in the hospital for 2 days.” Patient denies allergies to any foods but says, “I am allergic to latex.” Patient was treated for urinary tract infection recently. Family Health History Patient states that grandparents on each side of her family passed away because of cancer.
Kevorkian allegedly only assisted in the patients’ deaths by attaching a device to them, in which the patients would press a button to finally end their life painlessly and on their own terms. Is this right? On March 26, 1999 Kevorkian was charged with second-degree murder and the delivery of a controlled substance, since he lost his medical license. Kevorkian went to his trial and disband his attorneys. After a two day trial the Michigan jury found Kevorkian guilty to second-degree murder and was charged with 10 to 25 years in prison.