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In the last five years, Monroe Rubber and Gasket — a family business in Monroe, Louisiana — has been sued in more than 100 asbestos suits by over 2000 plaintiffs. More than a decade ago, the business ordered a material containing encapsulated asbestos…In the last five years, Monroe Rubber and Gasket — a family business in Monroe, Louisiana — has been sued in more than 100 asbestos suits by over 2000 plaintiffs. More than a decade ago, the business ordered a material containing encapsulated asbestos…

A man from Krasnoyarsk, Russia, is suing the Bethesda, MD, gaming company Bethesda Softworks, makers of Fallout 4, claiming that he didn’t know the game would be “so addictive.” “Apparently, after seeing an advertisement for the game, the man decided to download it and spend a few hours playing over the next few days,” reports…

We guess it’s true that no good deed goes unpunished. “Baseless” and “disappointing” is how a spokesperson for MasterCard labels a class action against the company over its “Stand Up To Cancer” charity fundraising promotion. The lawsuit, filed by a New Jersey man last month, alleges MasterCard kept advertising the promotion (in each year 2012-2015)…

Twelve years ago, former Buffalo Sabres defenseman Grant Ledyard and his wife hosted a birthday party for their son. During that party, apparently channeling the Hanson Brothers from the classic hockey movie, Slap Shot, a child “swung a plastic golf club and struck 11-year-old Brianna Fasanello, splitting her lip and knocking out a front tooth.”…

An animal rights group suing on behalf of a monkey for the copyright ownership of his “selfies” tops our list of the “Top Ten Most Ridiculous Lawsuits of 2015.”  The list is comprised of the year’s ten most popular stories featured in our monthly Most Ridiculous Lawsuit polls. The Top Ten Most Ridiculous Lawsuits of 2015 are: Animal…

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