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Brown v. Byrd: Case File, Second Edition

Authors
  • Frank D. Rothschild
  • Deanne C. Siemer
  • Anthony J. Bocchino
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Table of contents
Kenneth Brown claims he can't engage in any strenuous exercise and that a muscle relaxant his doctor prescribes does not allow him to drink any alcohol. Both of these inconveniences, Brown is convinced, is a result of being rear-ended by the defendant, Robert Byrd, and Brown is suing to recover damages for neck, back, and closed-head injuries. However, Brown has been observed exercising and drinking alcohol. Byrd maintains that the collision was in no way serious enough to cause Brown's alleged injuries. There are two witnesses for both the plaintiff and the defendant in this personal injury case file.
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Product Information
Edition
Second Edition
Publication date
2013-11-13
Copyright Year
2014
Pages
106
Paperback
9781601562203
Subject
Evidence
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