A recent story out of Louisiana State University (LSU) alleges that the president of the LSU Alumni Association asked to pay off a woman he had a sexual relationship with if she resigned from her job. In no […]Read more.
If you’ve never had to file a claim or sue anyone before, it can be difficult to understand the different scenarios in which you find yourself. Q: What are the different things I can make a […]Read more.
The operator of El Dorado Chemical Company, the south Arkansas chemical plant that exploded in 2012, has filed a federal lawsuit against Air Liquide, the supplier that is responsible for over $100 million in damages and […]Read more.
Workers at Co-op City apartment complex in the Bronx are claiming that they have been cheated out of compensation, including overtime pay. In a class-action lawsuit, the workers claim that the companies that run the apartment […]Read more.
A Tolland physician and his employers were struck with an $8 million wrongful death lawsuit after the parties were found liable for the death of James Morrin, who killed his wife and then himself in 2009. […]Read more.
A settlement has been reached in the Lafayette city-parish government after a woman filed a lawsuit because she broad-sided a police cruiser that was going through a red light while responding to another traffic accident. The […]Read more.
In 2009 a student at Minnesota Duluth was riding her bicycle and became injured after she was thrown from her bike near an intersection. The city of Duluth had recently resurfaced the intersection that Cassandra Olson […]Read more.
A gym teacher at the former Rogers School, Robert Martinez, sexually assaulted an 8-year-old boy in the 1970’s under the noses of school officials. A suit filed against Martinez seeks unspecified damages against him, who now […]Read more.
Maurice Howard, a 27-year-old black man from Maui, is suing Hertz and Facebook because employees of the car company made racist comments about him on the social website. His attorney stated what was done was a […]Read more.
If you are injured at work and it is your employers fault, you may need to take legal action. Learn about the Ohio laws regarding worker’s compensation and work injury and hear about what you can […]Read more.