Negligent Security and Personal Injury on College Campuses

Every year, thousands of criminal instances are reported on U.S. college campuses. In fact, studies indicate that as many as 35,000 crimes were reported at colleges and universities in 2005 alone. According to the Office of Postsecondary Education, many college and university campuses report multiple on-campus crimes every year. Sex crimes, such as sexual assault, are one of the most commonly reported crimes on college and university campuses. Burglary is another common on-campus crime. To avoid crimes, colleges and universities should anticipate crime before it happens and employ adequate safety measures to protect students. This might include independent research to determine… Read More

NFL Lawsuits & Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBIS)

The NFL recently has been hit with hundreds of lawsuits by former players claim the NFL did not protect them enough from sustained Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI). The big question in these lawsuits will be (a) what did the NFL know and (b) when did they know it? For example, if there is evidence that the NFL knew its players were likely to sustain brain injuries but did nothing to stop it from happening, the NFL could be found liable. The Loewy Law Firm has represented scores of clients who have sustained TBIs. A brain injury is without question one… Read More