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Woman Seeks Cash After Falling Over FedEx Package In Front of Her Own Doorway

In the News | September 2, 2015 09:56 am

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FedEx, and every other delivery service, places packages on the doorways of homes. That’s what they do. One Florida woman, however, allegedly fell over a package placed in her doorway by FedEx and is seeking money for “severe physical pain, mental anguish and humiliation”. The lawsuit claims the deliveryman placed the package in the doorway…

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Neighbors File Suit After 8-Year-Old Girl ‘Warms Hearts’ by Feeding Gift-Bearing Birds

In the News | September 2, 2015 09:56 am

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Eight-year-old Seattle girl Gabi Mann gained fame when the birds she fed in her family’s garden allegedly brought her “gifts”, such as beads, broken light bulbs and broken pieces of glass. But these gifts aren’t the only thing she’s received. Her family is now being sued by their neighbors for feeding those gift-bearing birds. The…

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In Restaurant Famous for ‘Throwed Rolls’, Woman Sues After Getting Hit by … A Throwed Roll

In the News | September 2, 2015 09:56 am

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When you eat at legendary Missouri restaurant, Lambert’s Cafe, you know what to expect — flying rolls. That’s right, Lambert’s is well-known as the “Home of the Throwed Roll” because servers at the restaurant are known for tossing the rolls to customers. But one woman apparently forgot to duck — and is suing Lambert’s for $25,000 because…

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Rubio’s Restaurants Sued for Texting Phone Number that Used to Belong to Employee

Featured Story, Spotlight Stories | July 27, 2015 09:56 am

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Ralph Rubio opened his first fish taco stand in 1983, and now he has 200 locations nationwide. When companies grow, communication with their employees can be challenging. A few years ago, Rubio’s installed a system to text employees about urgent food safety issues. And that’s when the trouble began. Rubio’s was sued for $500,000 for…

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Most Ridiculous Lawsuits of 2015: Episode 4

Featured Story, Spotlight Stories | July 21, 2015 09:56 am

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Sleepless in Houston? The cost of lawsuit abuse, and the agony that abusive lawsuits can cause, might be enough to keep some people up at night. But what about a ridiculous lawsuit that started because of lost sleep? Alleging she hasn’t had a good night’s sleep in the past 42 days, Houston attorney Kiri Martin has…

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Jenny from the “cell block”?

In the News | July 10, 2015 09:56 am

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(Source: https://instagram.com/jlo/) Jennifer Lopez is being sued for being “too sexy.” Yes, you read that correctly. An education group in Morocco is suing Lopez, claiming Lopez’s recent concert in the country “disturbed public order” with its “sexually suggestive” content. The show, at the Mawazine World Rhythms International Music Festival in Rabat, Morocco, was broadcast on a…

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Trial Lawyers Toast to Making Millions While Beer Drinkers Get $50

In the News | July 9, 2015 09:56 am

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Usually when people regret drinking a beer, it’s because they’ve had a little too much to drink. But three cheers for some trial lawyers who created an all-new way for you to regret knocking back a brewski. Thanks to a class action lawsuit that was just settled in the U.S. District Court in Miami, anyone…

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California Prosecutors Team Up to Protect Public From … Extra Packing Space?

In the News | July 8, 2015 09:56 am

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Like the Avengers teaming up to fight the Universe’s greatest threats — district attorneys in four separate California counties recently teamed up to fight what they apparently saw as a threat to their citizens:  The packaging on Olay skin-care products? That’s right: After a three-year investigation by these California prosecutors, Procter & Gamble Co. agreed to…

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U.S. Supreme Court Sides with Raisin Farmers in Horne v. Department of Agriculture

Featured Story, In the News, Spotlight Stories | June 23, 2015 09:56 am

In an 8-1 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court has delivered a victory for the rights of private citizens and businesses by striking down “a raisin price-support program that dates back to the New Deal, ruling it unconstitutionally requires growers to surrender their crop to the government for future sale,” reports the Wall Street Journal. The…

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