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  • $1.9 Million Settlement Sandra Bland

    November 9, 2016 In September 2016, parties agreed to a $1.9 million settlement in the case of Sandra Bland, a woman who lost her life after incarceration in a Texas jail during the summer of 2015. The courts awarded the money to her mother, Geneva Reed-Veal. While officials are questioning the finality of the agreement, […]

  • Nurses win 2.8 million discrimination lawsuit

    October 18, 2016 On Aug. 19, 2016, a jury ruled in favor of two former straight nurses from the Community Hospital of Long Beach, awarding them $2.8 million after they suffered harassment and discrimination from a fellow nurse, an openly homosexual male. Taking slightly more than a day to reach their decision, the Los Angeles […]

  • 2.3 Million verdict los angeles retiree

    October 6, 2016 In June 2016, a Los Angeles jury awarded a retired man $2.3 million after a city employee ran over him, resulting in serious injuries. The victim, Jonathan Soto, 66, suffered fractures to four vertebrae and a broken pelvis in the Feb. 4, 2014 incident. Soto filed the lawsuit against the truck driver, […]

  • HP Age Discrimination Lawsuit

    September 25, 2016 A complaint filed in U.S. District Court against the tech conglomerate Hewlett-Packard in August 2016 alleges that the company discriminated against older employees. The company began downsizing in 2012 amid restructuring, eventually laying off more than 80,000 employees. However, the workers have claimed that they were specifically targeted due to their age. […]

  • Supreme Court Transgender Ruling

    September 12, 2016 In August 2016, the U.S. Supreme Court temporarily refused to permit a transgender boy in Virginia, who was originally born as a female, to select the boys’ bathroom at his high school. In a 5-3 decision, Justice Stephen G. Breyer sided with the majority, deferring a final ruling until the court decides […]

  • Medical Marijuana federal legal

    August 10, 2016 In early June, Ohio joined a list of 24 states (plus Washington DC)  that allow the use of medical marijuana. As the Washington Post reported, John Kasich signed the bill into law as a compromise with medical marijuana advocates to limit more inclusive measures for marijuana use. The law includes the limitations of plant […]

  • Iowa Guilty Plea DNA Exoneration

    July 25, 2016 An eventual exoneration through DNA and related evidence does not give a defendant the right to seek damages in Iowa if he or she originally entered a guilty plea in the case. The decision by the Iowa Supreme Court, with potential implications for California, will not consider possible coercion in a confession […]

  • NFL Former Player Settlement

    July 5, 2016 The NFL has reached a legal settlement with former players who suffer from cognitive impairment as a result of concussions and on-the-field collisions. Payouts could reach as high as $5 million each, but will take months to arrive—and some players don’t have that long to wait. Financially strapped with no money left […]

  • Supreme Court Montanile v Board of Trustees

    June 29, 2016 When accidents result in personal injury, victims commonly seek reparation through the courts to mitigate the financial burden, but winning the lawsuit may not be the end of the fight. If your health insurance covered your medical bills, they can make a claim for reimbursement from your settlement. Fortunately, a Supreme Court […]

  • Los Angeles Good Samaritan Hospital Lawsuit

    Jun 20, 2016 Good Samaritan Hospital in Los Angeles agreed to a settlement of $450,000 after they left a homeless patient in the street upon discharge while the patient still needed medical help. While the hospital did not admit fault, they are the fourth hospital since January 2014 to reach a settlement regarding the improper […]

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