Blog Posts in 2013

  • Sriracha Sauce company closed for a period of tie over lawsuit in California.

    || 25-Nov-2013

    On November 4, 2013 a small community located to the east of LA filed a lawsuit against Huy Fong Foods, better known as the makers of the ever-so-popular hot sauce, Sriracha Hot Chili Sauce. The city filed this lawsuit in an attempt to limit the strong odor of the jalapeno crushing done to make the sauce. Some residents state that the odor is so strong that it causes irritation to the eyes and ...
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  • Miami Heat Star May Sue His Former Team

    || 25-Oct-2013

    Former Miami Heat player, Mike Miller, might sue his former team, the Miami Heat. It was a great year for Mike and the team in basketball, as they won the NBA championship. However, Mike has apparently lost nearly $2 Million dollars to a real estate scheme. No, the Heat organization didn't scheme him, but apparently one of their employees connected Mike with the guy who did scam him. That may ...
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  • Hidden Camera in Gynecologist's Pen

    || 28-Mar-2013

    Hidden Camera in Gynecologist's Pen Numerous patients were secretly recorded during their exams. The video recording were extremely upsetting, private, and invasive to the women. A class action lawsuit has been filed by their personal injury lawyers. The gynecologist Dr. Nikita Levy, committed suicide when what he was doing came public. He was at the world famous Johns Hopkins Hospital. He was ...
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  • Woman Dies When Nurse Refuses to Provide CPR

    || 4-Mar-2013

    While nursing homes provide medical care to its clients, independent living facilities generally do not. This reality was clarified recently at a nursing home when a nurse refused to save a dying 87 year old at Glenwood Gardens in Bakersfield. Apparently, the facility had different independent levels of care as they had both a nursing home as well as independent living. The 87 year old woman was a ...
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  • Is a Pet Worth More than the Property Value?

    || 11-Feb-2013

    In 2009, the Medlen family brought $80 to the veterinarian to get their dog back. When they arrived, they found out that the vet had accidently killed their Avery, their pet dog. The dog had been euthanized by accident. The family is understandably suing over this tragic incident. However, it appears that any damage award may be limited to next to nothing, because the dog was not worth anything as ...
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  • City Worker Fired Due To Missing Work While Caring For Dying Wife

    || 6-Feb-2013

    Tom Sapienza, a Lawrence, Mass man, was fired from his job as a public works city employee. Apparently, he took too much time off from work, to care for his dying wife. His wife, Heather Sapienza died on January 3, 2013, after a 19-month battle with brain cancer. He and his lawyer are now filing a reverse racial-discrimination lawsuit. He lawyer said, "We firmly believe that if Tom Sapienza ...
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  • Insurance Company Uses Home in Commercial After It Refuses to Cover Home

    || 29-Jan-2013

    AllState Refuses to Settle Case For What Homeowners Ask, and then Uses the Home in a Commercial As storm Sandy was making its way to Staten Island, Dominic and Sheila Traina evacuated their home and it's contents, which were insured for $280,000. After they left, their neighbor called to inform them that the wind had blown off their roof. No problem, they were insured by Allstate. However, ...
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