Monthly Archives: February 2016

Los Angeles to pay out $3.8 million in racial bias lawsuit … to white plaintiff

L.a to pay $3.8 million in racial prejudice suit … to white plaintiff
The broad strokes recognize: A guy files and wins a racial discrimination claim against a previous employer who was no nakedly biased against his …

Babewatch is over, SD
#Scarski’s suit is the 5th such gender-discrimination suit submitted by a female lifeguard during the previous 10 years. All 5 females were …

Mountain bike dog attack case ends with $1 million settlement

Mountain bicycle dog attack case ends with $1 million settlement
2 of them attacked Renee Legro, July 9, 2008, throughout a Vail Rec District mountain bicycle race at Camp Hale. The dogs were euthanized and the …

Mountain bicycle pet attack case ends with $1 million settlement
If you’re a Great Pyrenees watchdog, a human on a bike resembles a … Legro was assaulted and trampled by two massive Terrific Pyrenees, the violent …

Vail: Female assaulted by rancher’s pets receives $1 million settlementA female who was whipped by two Excellent Pyrenees dogs throughout a mountain bike race, has actually settled her lawsuit against the pet dogs’ owners for $1 million.

Settlement: Personal Injury – Verdict in favor of Plaintiff in the amount of US$950,000

Settlement: Accident – Decision in favor of Plaintiff in the amount of US$ 950,000
LeAnn Erikson v Mid Columbia Medical Center (MCMC) Decision for Plaintiff for US$ 950,000

Settlement: Malpractice – Verdict in Favor of Complainant in the quantity of US$ 2,300,000
Weisshar v Real estate World Selzer Property Management Verdict for Plaintiff for US$ 2,300,000

How to Spot and Stop Nursing Home Abuse

How to Identify and Stop Retirement home Abuse
If you have a senior living in a retirement home in Florida, like a number of us do, you need to understand ways to identify and stop nursing home abuse. Our blog site can …

Federal jury awards $5.5M in US Steel discrimination lawsuit

Federal jury awards $5.5 M in US Steel discrimination suit
PITTSBURGH (AP) – A federal court jury in Pittsburgh states U.S. Steel must pay a previous worker $5.5 million who asserts he was terminated because of …
Jury awards previous U.S. Steel staff member $5.55 million in disability discrimination claim
U.S. Steel need to pay a previous long time employee $5.5 million for shooting him since of his arthritic knee, a federal jury chose Tuesday. Albert Gucker …
How Tennessee’s Sexual Harassment Allegations Caught Up With Peyton Manning 20 Years Later
The public record on this legal history is for different reasons insufficient and in part challenging to access, covering an employment-discrimination …
Framingham School Committee’s Silverman alleges anti-Semitism from company, Wheelock College
FRAMINGHAM– School Committee member Eric Silverman and college faculty colleague Gail Dines submitted federal workplace discrimination …
Sonyé Randolph signs up with Appalachian’s Office of Equity, Diversity and Compliance
Through the North Carolina Justice Center, she dealt with work discrimination problems for individuals with criminal histories. In combination with …

Mealey’s PI/Product Liability – Man Challenges Punitive Damages Ruling After $20M Asbestos …

Mealey’s PI/Product Liability – Guy Challenges Punitive Damages Ruling After $20M Asbestos …
CLEVELAND – A male awarded $20 million for his better half’s mesothelioma resulting from asbestos exposure from friction items told an Ohio appellate …

Standard Lawsuits 2016 Honors Kaye Scholer with Antitrust and Product Liability Awards
Furthermore, the firm was shortlisted in the Product Liability Practice Group of the Year classification, and partners Arthur Brown and Saul Morgenstern …

Multi-district litigation moves forward for bleeding cases allegedly related to Xarelto

Multi-district lawsuits progresses for bleeding cases apparently relevant to Xarelto
Legal experts have compared the Xarelto cases to the Pradaxa MDL. Countless cases involving the prescription blood-thinner Pradaxa were …

Concussion movie too real for some

Concussion film too real for some
Omalu studied the brains of lots of deceased NFL players which then helped to connect brain disease to concussions and head injuries suffered on the …

‘Concussion’ physician to check out Ohio State
Dr. Bennet Omalu, the man on which the movie “Concussion” is based, will … About 96 percent of former NFL gamers who participated in a study by the …
New Evidence Accumulates in Case Against the NFL’s Former Helmet Maker
… told the New york city Post last week that brand-new evidence has actually surfaced that Riddell and the NFL understood more about the risks of concussion than they let on.
‘Disabling’ brain injury widespread among NFL players– and league knows it
In a Q and A, Nowinski talked about how football needs to change; why NFL players do not self-report concussions; and exactly what critics of concussion …
The Super Bowl of Concussion Diagnoses
“This is what we carry out in a concussion center– they’re not players, they’re … As a member of the NFL’s Head, Neck and Spine committee, he is extremely …

Major Legal Cases Will Change the Way the NFL Operates

Significant Legal Cases Will Change the Way the NFL Operates
Major Legal Cases Will Change the Way the NFL Operates … after years of playing professional football resulted in an NFL concussion settlement.

Police investigating how man’s clothing got stuck in subway door, leading to dragging death

Police examining how guy’s clothes got stuck in subway door, causing dragging death
“It seems like a freak accident,” said subway rider Sam Rudy, from the very same platform where the deadly tragedy took place, the Brooklyn bound F train.