Summer is here. Grass is growing. Time to break out the lawn mower — but be careful!
Every year, more people are getting injured by lawn mowers. According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, 83,291 people were injured by lawn mowers in 2011. Of those people injured, 3,780 were children under the age of 14.
If you’re injured by a lawn mower, can you sue?
A burglar smashed your living room window to break into your home. While he was in the process of taking your flat screen television off the wall, he steps on your kid’s toy car and falls on his back, spraining it. The TV then falls on his face breaking his nose. To add insult to injury, the burglar is now suing you for his injuries!
Can a burglar really sue the homeowner for injuries during a break in?
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The promotion, the Times notes, brings to realization a well-known ambition of Copeland’s, who wrote about wanting to secure the promotion in her memoir, Life in Motion: An Unlikely Ballerina. “My fears are that it could be another two decades before another black woman is in the position that I hold with an elite ballet company,” the Times quotes from the book, which was published last year. “That if I don’t rise to principal, people will feel I have failed them.”
“Someone needs to put a stop to this in Pickens County. I mean, they do what they want to do, when they want to do it and how they want to do it,” said one arrestee, Tabitha Whitten, who says she’s innocent of any charges, according to WBRC-TV.
“People ask me all the time how does it feel, and I tell them it’s just amazing to be celebrated for just being myself. I consider myself to be an artist, fashion designer, and self-identity activist,” McEntyre told Nicole Bitchie.