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“We believe in the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act). We just don’t think the ADA was created to protect people who have Oxycodone and then drink to excess.” Those were the words of Mike Caspino, lawyer for the Newport Beach, CA-based Balboa Bay Club, which is being sued by a man who was kicked out…

Nigel Sykes, who committed armed robbery at a Seasons Pizza restaurant in Delaware, is now attempting to sue the pizzeria, six of its employees and the two arresting officers for a total of over $250,000 after sustaining injuries during his arrest. After “displaying” a gun, Sykes was handed $140 from the cashier. According to his…

A captain in the City of Houston fire department cited the Americans With Disabilities Act in a lawsuit after he was released from his job because of his fear of entering burning buildings. The department cited that the captain’s inability to enter burning buildings created a danger to him and others. However, the court originally…

A New Jersey woman is claiming to have a case of ‘commuter anxiety’ so severe that it warranted a change in her work schedule. The rush hour traffic to and from work was allegedly causing the women to experience anxiety and depression. To oblige her request, her bosses shifted her to a job with more…

NYC woman spooked by ‘Dexter’ ad sues MTA, Showtime for subway fall A New York City woman is suing public transportation after she was startled by an advertisement for the Showtime murder series “Dexter,” causing her to take a tumble down the stairs at Grand Central Terminal. At the time, the woman had lost track of her…

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