Dr. Richard Kolecki M.D. 4051 Clubhouse Court Center Valley, Pa. 18034 (484) 767-2196, was advised of the identity of Investigator Sean P. Brennan and of the confidential nature and purpose of the interview, Kolecki, provided the following information: Dr. Kolecki graduated from Thomas Jefferson University in 1988. He started training as
Robert Stone Deposition Summary (Prior Lawsuit) On April 2, 2014, Robert Stone took a deposition for a previous lawsuit. Robert Stone has served a supervisor for Elliott Construction for approximately 27-28 years. Scott Elliott is his direct boss. Prior to working at Elliott Construction, he worked for CG and Company for about four years as a backhoe operator. He has a 9th grade education and never received his high-school diploma. He got arrested a couple years back for a DWI. Mr. Stone took an eight-hour TEEX safety course on excavating and shoring. He cannot recall when he took the course, but he guesses it was more than five years, but less than 10 years before the accident.
INTRODUCTION Defendants, RICHARD DIAZ and CHARLES LOGAN, by and through undersigned counsel and pursuant to Rule 56 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, move for Summary Judgment on Defendant’s liability under a civil action using 42 U.S.C. § 1983, alleging that Defendants, former correctional officers, engaged in nonconsensual sexual conduct with Plaintiff, an inmate, depriving her of her right under the Eighth Amendment of the Constitution to remain free from cruel and unusual punishment. In further support of this Summary Judgment requesting that Plaintiff’s request for relief be denied, the Defendants respectfully refer the Court to this Memorandum. As grounds therefore, Defendants state the following:
On 9/28/16 at 8:30 AM, Area Manager Daniel Ahner notified Shift Supervisor Ashley Lorah that a RJ Davis Yard Jockey caused damage to a trailer while backing up into dock door 4. RJ Davis Yard Jockey Danny Gorski, driving tractor 241 pulling trailer P5076637 out of slip location F-957,
question the character witness about his prior history. Does Mr. David Mack has violent tendencies? Does he own any guns? They can question the expert witnesses on the mental state of the of the suspect because he had a shrine of the late Tupac Shakur. He can ask about a possible
The 30 minutes it took for the paramedics to leave the accident scene could have been the determining lifesaving factor that could have saved Leo Griego’s Sr. life. I believe that the unprincipled and unprofessional acts by the NMDOT not properly setting up and securing a safe lane of travel for pedestrians and traffic to safely pass through the construction site was the direct result of the accident and loss of life of Leo Griego Sr.
Not far from our small town of Lock Haven, Pennsylvania, a recent trial took place at all three levels of the court system. From December 1, 2014 until June 1, 2015, John P. Elwood represented Anthony Elonis, the petitioner, while Michael R. Dreeben defended the United States. The background of the case is just as important as the trial itself. After going through a divorce, Elonis turned to social media to express his ager and rage. Elonis posted threatening remarks wishing to seriously harmhis wife, friends, coworkers, and an FBI agent, as well as preform a school shooting in a kindergarten class. Elonis stated that his posts were lyrics to self-written rap songs.
A 76 years old woman who was described as a healthy and active for her age Helena Lambert, from Ceston, BC was killed by an adverse interaction between two prescription drugs which was overlooked by health professionals she trusted, according to CBC. Helena’s doctor prescribed allopurinol to treat her gout however, Helena was also on mecartopurine, an immunosuppressant for colitis. After six weeks starting her new medication, she developed a blister on her foot. Her son took her to Creston Valley Hospital, where doctors found out the interaction between the two drugs causing Helena immune system to shut down. Her son said his mom suffered before dying from the infection and respiratory failure.
On September 8, 2014, Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) Inspector Wendell Crick conducted a Non-fatal Accident Investigation (EO7) at the Armstrong Coal Company, Inc., Midway Mine. During Crick’s investigation, he obtained oral statements from the miners and the day shift foreman. He determined by the statements that the
Dr. Orrego in Endo completed a consult on a patient (MRN 901142698) with pituitary macroadenoma, the patient has a benign tumor in her optic and sinus area, and she was referred to KP neurosurgery for further evaluation. The only doctor that performs this surgery at KP (Dr. Colapinto, neurosurgeon) reviewed the MRI and because of the size of the tumor referred her to University for surgery with Dr. Lilihei. The referral has been denied because she is not a plan participant.
Case Study: Rick Sanchez Case: Rick Sanchez is an older white male, who carries a flask on him and can frequently be seen drinking out of it, this is concerning because of his pension of flying his hovercraft after having a few pulls and possibly endangering his life as well as his grandsons who is often with him. Rick Sanchez has complete disregard for the law, and lives on his own terms. He is wanted by the Galactic Federation for numerous crimes. He often acts with disregard for the lives of others. He has an extreme intellect which he uses by inventing things, though he does not try to sell these inventions to the benefit of his family. Sanchez does not hold a steady job and relies on his daughter Beth for housing and financial
Dan Lisco communicated frustration in the chiefs' choice. Lisco is president of the Farmers Alliance for Integrated Resources (FAIR), which incorporates numerous sharecroppers and in addition a few agriculturists who develop customary harvests on their families' private terrains. Lisco asserted that "science underpins that GMOs are sheltered." He likewise reverberated biotech's exposed case that developing GMO crops requires less pesticides than natural cultivating does.
On August 1, 2016, at 12:24 p.m., this Field Investigator travelled to the Bakersfield area in pursuit of further background information about the insured's Rotary Screw Air Compressor that Mr. Simranjit Singh Deol owned when it caught fire on 6/10/2016. Throughout this investigation, we discovered that Mr. Deol owned and operated Superior Well Drillers Inc. and Hydrotech Solutions, LLC. During the time of loss Hydrotech Solutions, LLC was running the compressor during the DOL.
Mr. Lamacchia, speaks from his heart and head in regards to job availability and the wages that can be earned by completing a CTE program and then getting out there and doing it. I find he tends to base the Blue collar wages on the workers of the North Eastern United States. I know for certain that welders in Florida make around $25.00 to $30.00 per hour if they know what they are doing and have experience versus the $100.00 per hour he spoke of. At the same time, I believe his University tuition prices are low as well in regards to a four year degree. As we know, statistics can show whatever the creator wants them to promote. There is no question that Mr. Lamacchia has the right idea that it is time to start deemphasizing the need for
• : And as a result, even in the worst case scenario in which she did not want to donate her organs after death, the OPO representative is able to recognize and respect Erin’s former autonomy while simultaneously recognizing the existence of an overriding moral obligation and seeing to it that Erin’s organs are donated.