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2014 Most Ridiculous Lawsuits: Episode #5

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 ... WATCH VIDEO & read story

Gambler Sues, Says He Lost $500,000 Playing ‘Blackout’ Drunk

"Sin City" is chock full of stories of gamblers who lost big — and partiers who had a little too much to drink. One man, however, thinks he shouldn't have to pay for his gambling losses because he was so drunk, ... WATCH VIDEO & read story

Oregon Home Builder Pushes Back Against Patent Troll

Building today's high-tech homes takes increasing skill, but beneath the new gadgets and fancy finishes, the fundamentals haven't changed in generations. But one technique, used for decades, is now the subject of a wave of lawsuits experts say could impact ... WATCH VIDEO & read story

Rescuers Sued By Man They Pulled From Floodwaters

Area rescue workers saved Roy Ortiz's life during the Denver-area floods last September. Their reward for risking their lives? A proposed lawsuit for $500,000! Ortiz claims that his pleas were ignored while trapped upside-down in his car during the ... WATCH VIDEO & read story

Most Ridiculous Lawsuits of the Month: May 2014

It’s that time of the month again: Time for our Most Ridiculous Lawsuit poll! Without further adieu, here are the nominees... Minimum Wage for Court-Ordered Community Service? Two New York City residents are suing to make their crimes pay, ... WATCH VIDEO & read story

Fast Cash, Exorbitant Interest: States Act to Reign in Lawsuit Lenders

Across the nation, individuals in need of funding to file lawsuits are falling victim to financial lenders who claim easy, fast cash. What these lenders fail to mention, however, are the maliciously high interest rates that can exceed 200 percent. ... WATCH VIDEO & read story
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