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  • 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 […]

  • Tyson Foods Supreme Court Judgmenet

    June 5, 2016 The Supreme Court ruled in favor of 3,000 workers from a pork processing plant who brought a single, class-action lawsuit against Tyson Foods Inc. to recover overtime pay. Businesses closely watched the case, hoping new limits on class-action lawsuits would be passed. Much to their dismay, the courts defended the use of […]

  • Johnson & Johnson Hip Implant Lawsuit

    May 16, 2016 On March 15, 2016, a Texas federal court awarded five plaintiffs $502 million after DePuy Orthopaedics and Johnson & Johnson, its parent company, were found liable, negligent and responsible for their chronic pain and physical problems. The court heard testimony from the plaintiffs and expert witnesses on both sides for 37 days. After […]

  • April 20, 2016 Could utilization review physicians and UR provider companies face liability lawsuits filed by injured workers alleging they were damaged by the administration of the UR process? Perhaps. That appears to be possible under certain circumstances after a 2016 decision by the California Court of Appeal 4th District, Kirk King v. CompPartners. Read the […]

  • Walmart shooting rampage

    February 29, 2016 After the death of three people in a shooting rampage, family members are filing a lawsuit, alleging that a Walmart employee negligently sold ammunition to an intoxicated and underage customer. They filed the wrongful death lawsuit in Philadelphia on Dec. 31, 2015, stating that the cashier sold ammunition to a 20-year-old man […]

  • Personal Injury lawsuit Disney Park

    February 20, 2016 A family from Alabama claims that a snake escaped from its cage and bit their son, resulting in a heart attack and the eventual death of the child’s great-grandmother. The family lawyer stated that the family will file a personal injury lawsuit against Disney. In October 2014, the snake allegedly fell out […]

  • Parents file lawsuit teen football death

    January 18, 2016 A couple filed a wrongful death lawsuit last month after their 16-year-old son collapsed and died during a high school football practice in New York City on Sept. 1, 2014. The parents claimed that their son would not have died if the city had provided proper care, including access to a defibrillator. […]

  • Alien Ant Farm medical malpractice

    January 13, 2016 Terry Corso, one of the founding members of the band Alien Ant Farm, claims that a botched surgery brought turmoil to his life four years ago. In February 2013, the former rocker filed a lawsuit against Riverside Community Hospital of California alleging medical malpractice negligence. The lawsuit claims that hospital personnel failed […]

  • Job Discrimination Lawsuit

    November 30, 2015 On Sept. 8, 2015, a jury awarded a restaurant worker in Los Angeles $1,661,800 for unjust termination and sexual and racial harassment after they found he was wrongfully fired from his job. A local diner hired the plaintiff as a shift leader in June 2012. A few months later, he transferred to […]

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