Mar 14, 2014
Fatal Helicopter Crash in Los Angeles Sparks Lawsuit 1421

Wrongful Death is another area of San-Diego-Personal-Injury-attorney.com A fatal helicopter crash during a reality television shoot has prompted a lawsuit filed by the mother of one of the men killed in the crash. San-Diego-Auto-Accident-lawyer.com The suit names the show producers, helicopter pilot and companies responsible for leasing the machine as defendants, claiming they "negligently maintained and operated the Bell 206B Jetranger that was used during filming." The lawsuit is seeking unspecified damages. San Diego personal injury attorney

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470,000 Teavana Tea Tumblers Recalled 1420

Product liability is another area of San-Diego-Personal-Injury-attorney.com The U. S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and Health Canada have issued a recall of about 470,000 glass tea tumblers from Teavana due to a laceration and burn hazard. San-Diego-Auto-Accident-lawyer.com The agency said that the tumblers can break or shatter without warning, posing an injury risk to users. The company has received more than 300 reports of tumblers breaking during use, including six incidents of lacerations and burns. San Diego personal injury attorney

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Woman Discriminated Against by Military Academy 1819

Discrimination is another area of San-Diego-Personal-Injury-attorney.com A Philadelphia woman has filed suit against Valley Forge Military Academy, claiming she was discriminated against by academy officials because of her gender. San-Diego-Auto-Accident-lawyer.com In the lawsuit, the woman claims that she was treated differently than her male co-workers and "excluded from important meetings and excluded from interviewing individuals for positions that she would eventually oversee." When she complained to HR, she was allegedly told there was nothing to be done. In August 2011, after filing a complaint, she was fired. San Diego personal injury attorney

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Hep A Outbreak from Berry Mix Prompts Lawsuit 1418

Product liability is another area of San-Diego-Personal-Injury-attorney.com A lawsuit has been filed against Costco Corporation and Oregon-based Townsend Farms over a multi-state outbreak of Hepatitis A linked to a frozen berry mix made by Townsend and sold at Costco stores. San-Diego-Auto-Accident-lawyer.com The suit was filed on behalf of a California woman who was diagnosed with Hepatitis A a few weeks after eating the berry mix. The plaintiff is one of at least 30 victims in the western U.S. to have been affected, the suit states. San Diego personal injury attorney

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Harassment Suit Against Judge Settled 1417

Harassment is another area of San-Diego-Personal-Injury-attorney.com The city of Aberdeen, Wash., will pay $580,000 to settle a sexual harassment and stalking lawsuit filed by a former employee against a local municipal court judge. San-Diego-Auto-Accident-lawyer.com In the suit, the former court administrator said the judge made multiple sexual advances toward her, and she was forced to quit her job after she declined. No action has been taken against the judge, whose term expires at the end of the year. San Diego personal injury attorney

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Suit Outlines 'Inhumane' Conditions at Mississippi Prison 1416

Premises liability is another area of San-Diego-Personal-Injury-attorney.com A group of prisoners at the East Mississippi Correctional Facility in Meridian have filed suit against the jail, claiming they are forced to live in "barbaric and horrific conditions." San-Diego-Auto-Accident-lawyer.com The suit says rats and mice have overrun the facility; violence is rampant between inmates and cleanliness borders on "grossly inhumane." The suit claims prison officials have been aware of the conditions for some time but refuse to make any changes. San Diego personal injury attorney

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MD Firefighter Fired over Pregnancy, Suit Says 1415

Wrongful termination is another area of San-Diego-Personal-Injury-attorney.com A former firefighter in Sykesville, Md., has filed suit against the department, alleging she was fired after taking time off for the birth of her son. San-Diego-Auto-Accident-lawyer.com In her suit, the woman says she was fired "without explanation" after notifying the department that she was taking a month off after her son was born. The suit says the department violated the Americans with Disabilities Act. San Diego personal injury attorney

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Village Settles Overtime Suit with K-9 Officer 1414

Premises liability is another area of San-Diego-Personal-Injury-attorney.com The Village of Tinley Park in the Chicago area will pay $40,000 to settle a lawsuit with a K-9 officer over unpaid overtime. San-Diego-Auto-Accident-lawyer.com In the suit, the plaintiff claimed the village should have paid him for the countless hours he spent caring for his police dog while off duty. While working with the animal, the plaintiff was only paid a $2,000 stipend a year. San Diego personal injury attorney

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Exxon Discriminates Against LGBT Applicants 1413

Discrimination is another area of San-Diego-Personal-Injury-attorney.com A lawsuit has been filed against ExxonMobil, claiming hiring managers have shown bias against LGBT candidates for open positions. San-Diego-Auto-Accident-lawyer.com The lawsuit says Exxon denies "qualified gay and transgender Americans a fair shot to get a job" and often hire less qualified candidates instead. The plaintiffs call the tactic the "paired resume test," saying the hiring officials will completely ignore applicants who are linked to the LGBT community. San Diego personal injury attorney

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Appeals Court Allows QB to Sue Video Game Maker 1412

Product liability is another area of San-Diego-Personal-Injury-attorney.com A federal appeals court has ruled that former Rutgers quarterback Ryan Hart can pursue a lawsuit against Electronic Arts Inc. over the alleged theft of his likeness for the company's "NCAA Football" video game series. San-Diego-Auto-Accident-lawyer.com EA had tried to hide behind the First Amendment, but the panel ruled that company had not done enough to transform the plaintiff's identity for the game. San Diego personal injury attorney

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