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Snapchat Sued After Sexual Relationship Between Student And Teacher

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A Texas family has filed a lawsuit against Snapchat alleging that the social media company facilitated a sexual relationship between a student and their teacher. The lawsuit claims the social media platform allowed the teacher to groom the student for an inappropriate sexual relationship. Lawsuits have also been filed against the district and the… Read More »

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Parent Sues, Teacher Arrested After Student Breaks Leg

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The special education teacher at an exclusive school is facing aggravated battery charges after a child’s leg was broken under her care. The child is nonverbal and autistic, according to the parents, who were overjoyed when they heard their daughter had been removed from the waitlist and allowed entry to the school. According to… Read More »

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Woman Sues After Slipping On Cherries At Walmart

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A Canadian woman filed a lawsuit in Canadian court against an area Walmart and a “John Doe” who spilled cherries onto the floor. John Doe is often used when the name of an at-fault party is unknown to the plaintiff. According to the plaintiff, John Doe spilled cherries onto the floor and then did… Read More »

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Jury Awards $10M In Walmart Amputation Lawsuit

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Walmart mostly faces premises liability lawsuits. These suits do not involve amputation injuries traditionally. In one case, however, a woman stepped on a rusty nail and the ensuing injury required that she have part of her leg amputated. She went to the hospital to have the wound treated, but the wound became infected. Eventually,… Read More »

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What Are The Most Difficult Injuries To Prove?

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Proving the legitimacy of injuries has long been a barrier for victims seeking compensation. The truth is that insurance adjusters and defendants will look for any excuse to avoid paying out settlements, and they often question the validity of injuries. That being said, some injuries are inherently more difficult to prove than others, and… Read More »

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Bob Saget’s Family Suing After Unexplained Hotel Room Death

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News organizations have been discussing Bob Saget’s death for some time now. His family members want to keep the details of his passing as private as possible, for understandable reasons. However, many details have already been published by the media, and people have been left scratching their heads as a result. No one can… Read More »

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Man Injured En Route From Bedroom To Home Office Files WC Claim

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COVID has created a new normal and not everyone likes it. One interest group that is having a major issue right now is workers’ compensation insurers. They are being forced to pay claims related to remote employees’ “workplace” injuries. In one instance, a man injured himself after tripping on his way from his bed… Read More »

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Driver Claims Homeless Woman Stuck Her Foot Under Tire To Cause Injury

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A driver working for an HVAC company claimed a homeless woman attempted to intentionally injure herself as she was passing through a crosswalk. According to the homeless woman, she was hit by a white work van that was operating at a high rate of speed. Luckily for the homeless woman, a bystander told police… Read More »

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Complaints About Attorney’s Fees In Workers’ Compensation Cases

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You won’t hear any of our clients complaining about our exorbitant fees related to litigation of their claims against insurance companies. That’s because our clients don’t have to pay the fees. Instead, the defendant pays the fees when they lose the claim and our client is awarded money owed. This means fighting your workers’… Read More »

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Injured Workers Claim “Culture Of Apathy” At Amazon

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Amazon warehouses are like the 6th layer of Hell according to workers who have suffered serious repetitive stress injuries related to their position as “pickers”. Pickers are responsible for gathering warehouse items and placing them into robots, thus preparing them for delivery. Part of the problem is that the robots require you to use… Read More »

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