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Woman walks into a ladder while ‘engrossed’ in her cellphone; jury awards her $161,000

They say that walking under a ladder will bring a person bad luck. Apparently, walking into that same ladder while texting will bring you a pot of gold … or, $161,000, to be exact. That’s what happened for DeToya ... WATCH VIDEO & read story

Top Ten Most Ridiculous Lawsuits of 2016

Too much ice in an iced coffee? Illegal monkey selfie? Legal action over a typo? Yup, it’s that time of year again. ILR has officially released the Top Ten Most Ridiculous Lawsuits of 2016 and, as expected, these cases ... WATCH VIDEO & read story

Are TV Ads for Drug Lawsuits Bad for your Health?

In 2015, trial lawyers spent 128 million dollars to air 365,000 ads hawking lawsuits against drugs and medical devices.But these ads can be harmful to the public health.According to a recent report submitted to the Food and ... WATCH VIDEO & read story

Most Ridiculous Lawsuits of 2016: Episode 3

$5 Million in Damages for a Partially Deflated Basketball? The “Neverflat” basketballs from Spalding retail for about $29, and are guaranteed to “stay fully inflated for at least one year.”But a New York man who claims to have watched ... WATCH VIDEO & read story

Most Ridiculous Lawsuits of 2016: Europe Edition

Not Just a Case of the Mondays: Parisian Man Sues Employer Over Boring Job A Parisian man who claims his job made him suffer from crushing boredom is now sticking that company with a big, not-boring lawsuit.Frederic Desnard claims ... WATCH VIDEO & read story

Deterring Fraud in the Longest-Running Mass Tort in History

40 years of asbestos lawsuits have bankrupted almost 100 companies, costing tens of thousands of jobs. It’s the longest running mass tort in history. Former Washington State attorney general Rob McKenna says Congress created trust funds to help asbestos ... WATCH VIDEO & read story
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