- ISBN: 9781939447258 (electronic bk)
- Physical Description: 1 online resource
- Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : [publisher not identified], 2014.
K.D. Jennings juggles law school, a full-time job as a paralegal at Ingram and Associates and falling in love with fellow student Trip Folsom. She lives in small-town Alabama with her clinically depressed mother and the memories of the father who abandoned them both. Anger and resentment as a small child fuel the motivation to succeed at all cost as an adult. The case of a lifetime walks through the door of K.D.'s employer, Ezra Ingram, whose last opponent filed bankruptcy. A couple wants to sue the doctor who they allege killed their son, the local football star, treating him for a concussion rather than the obvious heat stroke which took his life. The firm, well-versed on property-line disputes, dog bites, and Ingram's ongoing divorce with his wife, has never argued a wrongful death complaint. K.D. wades through discovery documents, unearthing secrets about the doctor and his relationship with an ER nurse and shoddy reports from the understaffed hospital. The hired medical...
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