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Oyenik v. Corizon Health, Inc., AZ, Opening Brief, Deliberate Indifference Medical Treatment, 2016 Case: 15-16850, 01/27/2016, ID: 9841902, DktEntry: 13, Page 1 of 38 No. 15-16850 UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE NINTH CIRCUIT RONALD EDWARD OYENIK, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. CORIZON HEALTH INC., ET AL., Defendants-Appellees. On Appeal from the ...
Oyenik v. Corizon Health, Inc., AZ, Reply Brief, Deliberate Indifference Medical Treatment, 2016 Case: 15-16850, 05/06/2016, ID: 9966889, DktEntry: 41, Page 1 of 20 No. 15-16850 UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE NINTH CIRCUIT RONALD EDWARD OYENIK, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. CORIZON HEALTH INC., Defendant-Appellee. On Appeal from the United States ...
Ryan v. County of Nassau, NY, Complaint, PTSD Suicide, 2012 Case 2:12-cv-05343-JS-SIL Document 1 Filed 10/22/12 Page 1 of 21 PageID #: 1 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK LIL YANN RYAN, as Administrator of the Estate of BARTHOLOMEW RYAN, deceased and LILL ...
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Private Jail Contractor’s Insurance Excludes Coverage of Detainee’s Death by The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals held that an insurance company is not required to defend or indemnify a private prison contractor in the death of a pretrial detainee at a Texas jail. Mario Garcia was confined at the Brooks ...
Private Prison Company Not Liable for Guard's Death in Riot by Lonnie Burton Corrections Corporation of America (CCA) successfully moved in federal court to dismiss a suit brought by the survivors of a guard who was killed by prisoners during a riot in 2012. On May 20, 2012, prisoners rioted ...
Tennessee Jail Seizure Death Claims Survive Dismissal; Physician Claims Dismissed for No Deliberate Indifference Allegations by Mark Wilson A Tennessee federal court dismissed deliberate indifference claims against a jail doctor for a prisoner's seizure death, absent allegations of his personal involvement or awareness. The court refused to dismiss claims brought ...
Article • October 14, 2016
Prison-Area Cell Phone Companies Not Liable for Attempted Hit on Guard by Matthew Clarke In a March 25, 2015, opinion, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals held that cell phone service providers and owners of cell towers in the area around a South Carolina prison were not liable for the ...
City of Pembroke Pines v. Corrections Corporation of America, FL, Order, City not obligated to service CCA prison, 2014 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 17Th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BROWARD COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO.: 12-7337(25) CITY OF PEMBROKE PINES, Plaintiff, vs. CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA, INC. a foreign ...
Whether Private Actors Entitled to Qualified Immunity Bypassed Due to Factual Dispute by Whether Private Actors Entitled to Qualified Immunity Bypassed Due to Factual Dispute The First Circuit Court of Appeals declined to rule on a question of whether qualified immunity is categorically unavailable to private medical contractors because disputed ...
Article • September 18, 2014 • from PLN September, 2014
Fifth Circuit: Prisoner Who was Raped May Proceed with Lawsuit against Lock Company by Matthew Clarke Fifth Circuit: Prisoner Who was Raped May Proceed with Lawsuit against Lock Company by Matt Clarke In a July 9, 2013 opinion, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals held that the statute of limitations ...
Article • May 15, 2013
Seventh Circuit Permits Insurance Company to Deny Coverage of Civil Rights Claims by Derek Gilna The city of Waukegan, Illinois had been issued two comprehensive general liability Insurance policies, effective November 1, 1991 to November 1, 1995. Both policies contained a “law enforcement liability provision,” providing that the insurer “would ...
Ninth Circuit Rules that Washington DOC Religious Contractor Not a “State Actor” by Congregation Pidyon Shevuyim, N.A., a private Jewish organization that contracted with the Washington Department of Corrections (DOC), may not be sued under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 or the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act (RLUIPA), the ...
BOP's Motion to Dismiss Religious Discrimination Case Denied by A North Carolina District Court has denied the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) motion to dismiss prisoners Lascelles Somie and Oral Malcolm's complaint alleging that the BOP failed to permit them to exercise their Twelve-Tribe Rastafarian religion. The plaintiffs had claimed ...
CCA May Be Liable For Guard Captain's Sexual Assault Of Louisiana Prisoner by Matthew Clarke by Matt Clarke On March 15, 2007, a federal court in Louisiana held that the Corrections Corporation of America (CCA) may be liable for the sexual assault of a prisoner by a CCA captain at ...
California: State May Be Liable for Delaying Medical Care to Prisoner’s Infant Child by The California Court of Appeal has held that the State may be vicariously liable for the acts or omissions of its employees in failing to provide needed medical care for an infant living with its mother ...
Ninth Circuit Holds Private Prison Companies Can Be Sued Under Bivens for Violating Federal Prisoner’s Rights by Derek Gilna On June 7, 2010, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit held that Richard Lee Pollard, a prisoner in the custody of the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) at ...
CMS Nurse Denied Summary Judgment for Failure to Treat Prisoner for Heat Illness;$400,000 Settlement Following Sixth Circuit Ruling by David Reutter by David M. Reutter In February 2009, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the denial of summary judgment to a Correctional Medical Services (CMS) nurse in a lawsuit ...
Montana State and County Officials May be Liable for Injuries Caused by Private Prisoner Transport Company by The State of Montana and Montana counties may be held liable for mistreatment and injuries caused by private prisoner transportation companies, the Supreme Court of Montana held. Jaydon Paull was arrested in 2003 ...
Article • June 15, 2010 • from PLN June, 2010
Mental Health Specialist May be Liable in California Jail Detainee’s Suicide by In a tragic case involving a father who signed a citizen’s arrest for his son who later committed suicide while in pretrial detention, the Ninth Circuit upheld the grant of summary judgment to two sheriff’s deputies and the ...
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