The Rose-Human Institute of Technology in Terre Haute is currently ranked as America’s top Undergraduate Engineering College according to the U.S News & World Report for its college guidebook. This position however, seems undeserved, considering the extent of insensitivity they displayed on senior engineering student JC, JC has been coping with an Auditory Processing Disability … Continue reading SENIOR STUDENT SUES ROSE-HULMAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOG
A student with Auditory Processing Disorder, which affects a person’s ability to understand spoken language, has sued Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute, saying it failed to accommodate his disability. Officials at the undergraduate engineering school dispute the allegations and say they take “enormous pride in helping each student experience personal growth and success.” … Continue reading Rose-Hulman student lawsuit alleges abuse from professors
One of the most difficult calls a personal injury attorney can receive is when a potential client says he was badly injured and the statute of limitations is about to expire. Busy attorneys will often decline taking such a case because they do not want to take the risk that the suit cannot be filed … Continue reading Statutes of Limitations
Trying to interpret a homeowner insurance policy is probably one of the most befuddling tasks to undertake. Did you know that your homeowners insurance might cover for losses that occur away from home? It all boils down to the small print language written on the policy. Insurance companies hope their customers will never assume the … Continue reading Coverage Under Homeowners Insurance
The events that occur immediately after an accident can determine whether the injured person receives reasonable and timely compensation. This person should avoid discussing anything that could later be interpreted as an admission of fault. During this stressful time, an insurance company lawyer can twist an apology into an admission. At the same time, the … Continue reading After an Accident
Libel (a false and damaging statement made in writing or broadcast) and slander (a false and damaging statement made orally) are also considered intentional injuries. Both involve defamation, which is defined as a false statement made to at least one other person that damages the reputation of the person spoken about. Although you may read … Continue reading Libel, Slander, and Defamation
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