Verdicts & Settlements: $20 million awarded - child sex abuse case in Stamford    $1.1 million won - Post Traumatic Stress Disorder    $1 million - Injured worker requiring back surgery    $1 million+ Awarded - Woman in car accident Rt. 17    $975,000 Recovered - Foot Injury at Work    $650,000 Recovered - Woman suffered neck injury required surgery    $580,000 Recovered - Head Trauma as a Result of Falling Downstairs    $500,000 Recovered - Pedestrian Hit by Car    $500,000 Recovered - Rear End Car Accident    $425,000 Recovered - Rear End Tractor Trailer Accident    $380,000 Recovered - Dog Bite by Police Dog    $155,000 Recovered - Slip and Fall on Walkway    $125,000 Recovered - Slip and Fall at a Supermarket

Slide: Types of Fraternity Hazing

Fraternity hazing is the practice of rituals, challenges, and other activities that include harassment, abuse or humiliation. Types of fraternity hazing may include subtle hazing, harassment hazing and violent hazing. The lawyers at The Reinken Law Firm are dedicated to obtaining...
Read More →

Types of Fraternity Hazing

Fraternity Hazing is the practice of rituals, challenges, and other activities that include harassment, abuse or humiliation. It is used as a way of inducting a person into a group, a new fraternity, sorority, team, or club. Some types of fraternity hazing include: Subtle Hazing...
Read More →

Fraternity Hazing is Illegal

Many colleges and some high schools have fraternities and sororities to attract students with similar goals and interests. Fraternity hazing is used as a rite of passage to join a group. It is a practice of rituals involving harassment, abuse or humiliation. There has been...
Read More →

Fraternity suspended following hazing incident

The Towson University chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon was temporarily suspended by both the school and national chapter after a student was hospitalized in an alleged off-campus hazing incident. As part of a hazing ritual, the student had to drink vinegar and pickle juice, and eat...
Read More →

6 fraternity members charged with hazing

An investigation into a Ferrum College student’s death led to the indictment of six students on charges of hazing. Michael Anthony Walker, 20, of Cumberland was found unresponsive at a home. Walker died at a hospital after spending just more than a week there. A Franklin County...
Read More →