Did Coding Errors in the Business Rise to Excusable Neglect in the failure to respond to a Personal Injury Lawsuits? — Daily Business Review – Law.com S8256702173NS With a majority of 2-1, it was a majority of 2-1. Fourth District Court of Appeals agreed with a landscaping company in the last week, concluding it had demonstrated “excusable inattention” and was not knowingly ignoring documents related to a lawsuit for personal injuries which resulted in the award of a $2.5 million verdict for the plaintiff. Alonzie Wiggins had a job at Barnett which was a staffing firm that supplied workers on a temporary basis in Brightview Landscape Services. Wiggins was injured , and made a workers’ comp claim with Barnett and was able to settle the claim in 2015.

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