Articles by Victoria Negron

Museum Fails To Ensure Patron Safety During Renovation

This case involves a 4-year-old child who suffered injuries after falling through a curtain in an art museum. The curtain was put up while the museum was undergoing renovation in one of its wings for a seasonal exhibit. Although there was a sign…

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Expert Art Appraiser Assesses Multi-Million Dollar Private Collection

This case involves the multi-million dollar art collection that belonged to the estate of an elderly couple that passed away. A substantial portion of the couple’s collection was comprised of contemporary paintings and sculpture. An expert in art appraisal was…

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Computer Science Expert Reviews Online Trademark Infringement Claim

This case involves a company that produced proprietary web content bearing its registered trademark. The company protected its content through copyright registrations, however, it continually faced infringement on Internet sites that hosted stolen content. The company spent enormous time and resources…

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Infographic: How Attorneys Work With Expert Witnesses

In today’s world of increasingly complex litigation, attorneys are calling on expert witnesses more frequently to provide critical insights both in and out of the courtroom — and the way that attorneys seek, retain, and work with those expert witnesses…

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Negligent Surgical Error Allegedly Results in Stroke

This case involves a 62-year-old man who was diagnosed with a benign growth at the base of his skull. The patient underwent a neck dissection with resection of the tumor by an ENT. The ENT had originally intended to schedule…

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Building Owners Allegedly Conceal Lead Paint Hazard From Tenants

This case involves an apartment building that was discovered to have dangerous levels of lead paint. An investigation was launched following complaints from more than 20 apartment tenants, most of whom had been living in the building for several years,…

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Carpenter Suffers Permanent Injuries After Doctors Fail to Re-Attach Fingers

This case involves a 37-year-old female carpenter who suffered a severe hand injury. The carpenter was using a table saw in her studio to cut wood for a set of dining room furniture. While using the saw, she severed her index…

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Railroad Safety Expert Reviews Fatal Train Crash

This case involves an SUV that was struck by a train doing a re-positioning maneuver in Tennessee. The motorist was driving with her 2 children at the time of the accident. She and one of her children died and one…

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Corrections Department Fails To Locate Dangerous Parolee

This case involves negligent supervision of a parolee in Missouri. The parolee was a 68-year old male and registered sex offender on supervision for a prior sex offense. After a few weeks, the parolee failed to check in as required…

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Allegedly Negligent Colonoscopy Causes Spleen Injury

This case involves a 58- year-old-man who underwent an elective colonoscopy in an outpatient facility. He was discharged home shortly after the procedure. While at home, he began to feel very ill and fainted in his kitchen. He was brought…

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