Former adult film star Stephanie Clifford, known professionally as Stormy Daniels, filed a lawsuit against President Donald Trump Tuesday, claiming he never signed a non-disclosure agreement.
The parents of a Farragut High School student who killed himself in April 2017 have filed a lawsuit against the school, claiming school officials brushed off his cry for help.
Old Dominion University has agreed to pay $249K to a woman who said campus police interrogated her for almost eight hours after she reported being raped.
Ariana Kukors-Smith, a former University of Washington swimmer and 2012 Olympian, is pursuing civil action against USA Swimming. She claims that key officials were aware of the sexual abuse she endured from her coach, Sean Hutchison, and tried to cover it up.
Mike Isabella has agreed to settle a lawsuit filed by his former employee, Chloe Caras, who claimed she experienced sexual harassment while working at his restaurant.
The parents of a young boy have filed a lawsuit against Grandville Public Schools, alleging they failed to protect him against sexual abuse from his classmates.
Addison Barnes, a senior at Liberty High School in Hillsboro, Oregon, filed a lawsuit against his school for suspending him for wearing a T-shirt that supported President Trump’s border wall.
Fata Sakoc will receive $550,000 in a settlement of a lawsuit against a former Vermont State Police trooper, who allegedly wrongfully arrested her in a 2010 traffic stop.
Ingrid Avendaño, a former engineer at Uber, filed a lawsuits against the rideshare company Monday, accusing her co-workers of sexually harassing her and its human resources department for doing nothing about it.
Five former University of Southern California students filed a lawsuit against the college, alleging they were molested by Dr. George Tyndall, the campus gynecologist.
Prince’s family has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Trinity Medical Center, alleging the hospital didn’t properly investigate and treat the singer’s overdose.
Two graduates have filed a lawsuit against St. Paul’s School, a boarding school in Concord, NH, claiming school officials didn’t do anything to stop the sexual abuse by faculty
The wife of a Waynesboro man who died shortly after being arrested filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the August County Sheriff’s Office, accusing the officers of excessive force and gross negligence.
Harvey Weinstein currently has 11 pending sexual misconduct lawsuits against him and his five insurance companies are refusing to cover any of them.
Five Theta Tau members have filed a lawsuit against Syracuse University, alleging they were treated unfairly after offensive videos at a fraternity event were let out.
Chipotle agreed to settle a lawsuit brought by a former worker who claimed four managers sexually harassed her and four other female employees at the Woodland Hills location.
A federal jury awarded Faisal G. Khalaf, a former Ford employee, $16.8 million for being discriminated against for his Arab background at work.
The family of Brittany Oswell, who died two years ago after suffering an embolism in the middle of a flight, filed a wrongful death lawsuit against American Airlines.
Target plans to settle a $3.7 million lawsuit that claimed the company’s criminal background check process discriminated against African-Americans and Latinos who applied for jobs.
A former student at Bergen Catholic High School has file a lawsuit against the school, accusing them of covering up sexual and verbal abuse in its wrestling program.
The family members of an unarmed black man who was shot and killed by a Texas police officer have filed a lawsuit against the Harris county sheriff’s office, claiming that the man wasn’t a physical threat.
Facebook is in some legal hot water. A federal judge ruled Monday that the social network company has to face a lawsuit because its face recognition feature violated a 2008 Illinois law.
Morgan Stanley was hit with a racial discrimination lawsuit Thursday, a decade after settling a class-action lawsuit over the same issues.
A total of 17 states have filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration Tuesday, alleging the inclusion of a citizenship question in the 2020 census survey is unconstitutional.
A woman has filed a lawsuit against Wisconsin’s Ozaukee County, claiming her employer Lasata Care Center told her she had to get a flu shot even after she informed them about her religious objections.
The city of Pasadena has agreed to pay the family of Reginald Thomas Jr., an African-American man who died after police officer shocked him with a stun gun, $1.5 million.
Uber faces yet another lawsuit for allegedly not providing enough wheelchair accessible vehicles to the disabled.
A lawsuit filed on behalf of Amber and Elliot Ash claims that University Hospitals in Cleveland, OH, lost the couple’s embryos, along with thousands of others, after a refrigerator malfunction.
Two students who survived the shooting at a Florida high school on Feb. 14 have plans to file a lawsuit against the Broward School Board, the Broward County Sheriff’s Office and FBI, alleging that they failed to keep everyone safe.
Aly Raisman filed a lawsuit against USOC and USA Gymnastics on Wednesday, claiming they didn’t do enough to protect her against Larry Nassar’s sexual abuse.
Former culinary students of Le Cordon Bleu Culinary School in Portland, Oregon are looking forward to a big payout in a lawsuit against the for-profit cooking school.
Patricia MacCorquodale, an ex-dean at the University of Arizona, filed a lawsuit against the institution, alleging she was severely underpaid compared to her male colleagues.
A family in California have filed a lawsuit against Starbucks, alleging their toddler drank a beverage that was contaminated with blood.
The UW College Republican club threatened to file a lawsuit against the University of Washington for telling them to pay $17,000 for security costs to put on a rally on Red Square this upcoming weekend.
Nevest Coleman, who served 23 years in prison for a rape and murder he didn’t commit, has filed a wrongful conviction lawsuit against police officers, the City of Chicago, a former prosecutor, and the county.
Four San Francisco Bay Area residents filed a lawsuit against Berkeley University for injuries they suffered while trying to attend a speech by Milo Yiannopoulos.
Bellingham city officials settled a civil rights lawsuit for $100,000 that claimed two police officer used excessive force during an arrest.
Five Native American tribes have filed a lawsuit against President Donald Trump after he announced Monday that he would reduce the size of the Bears Ears National Monument in Utah by 80 percent.
Sandeep Rehal has filed a lawsuit against Harvey Weinstein, claiming she was forced to follow orders from him while he was naked and clean up after his sexual encounters.
On Monday, a federal jury denied a lawsuit by former professor and conspiracy theorist who alleged Florida Atlantic University terminated him for his controversial writings on his blog.
Low-income inmates in the Dallas County Jail filed a lawsuit against the county, accusing its bail system of discriminating against them for not being able to afford bail.
Two former camera operators for The Tonight Show filed a lawsuit against Questlove and NBC, claiming they were fired because they’re white.
Essie Grundy has filed a racial discrimination lawsuit against Walmart, accusing the retailer of keeping their hair and skin products used by African Americans behind a locked glass display case.
Connecticut, New Jersey, and New York plan to file a lawsuit against the Trump administration for approving a new tax plan that limits state and local tax deductions.
It looks like Russell Simmons is in some legal hot water. A woman filed a civil lawsuit against the Def Jam recording co-founder Wednesday, claiming he raped her.
The mother of stuntman John Bernecker, who died while filming The Walking Dead, filed a wrongful death lawsuit against AMC, claiming the network failed to keep the set safe.
The families of two A&M University-Kingsville students who died in a car accident last February have filed a lawsuit against General Motors and Enterprise Rent-A-Car, alleging the companies of manufacturing and renting a defective 2016 Chevy Cruze.
St. Paul’s School in Concord has settled a lawsuit filed by the parents of former student Chessie Prout, who accused the prep school of not protecting their daughter from sexual assault when she was 15.
The family of a man fatally shot by a police officer during a chase sued the Strongsville Police Department, claiming the officer had no reason to shoot him.
Tyna Karageorge, the mother of Brian Urlacher’s 12-year-old son, filed a lawsuit against the former Bears player, claiming he made statements about her being an unfit mother and a murderer.
Stephen Heasley and Andrew Borg filed a lawsuit against Vistaprint for allegedly sending them anti-gay pamphlets rather than the wedding programs they ordered.
An Army veteran has sued the Department of Veteran Affairs after a surgeon at West Haven Veteran Affairs Hospital allegedly left a scalpel in his body during a surgery four years ago.
Carla Guzman filed a lawsuit Monday against Uber, claiming her driver kicked her out and left her on a Pennsylvania turnpike at 5 a.m. Guzman is seeking monetary damages from the rideshare company.
The mother of Jamarion Robinson, who was shot multiple times in his Georgia apartment, filed a lawsuit Wednesday against eight police officers who killed him, claiming they used excessive force and tampered with evidence.
A Louisiana teacher who was thrown out of a school board meeting Monday for challenging her superintendent’s pay raise said she may likely file a lawsuit.
Tenants at a Portland apartment complex filed a lawsuit against their new landlord for allegedly kicking them out after they demanded repairs to their residences.
Former Google engineer James Damore filed a lawsuit against the technology company for allegedly discriminating against white male conservatives whose political views are unpopular with its executives.
Leigh Corfman, who accused former Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore of sexual abuse, filed a defamation lawsuit against him Thursday.
A conductor who was injured during an Amtrak crash in December filed a lawsuit against the company Wednesday, alleging they didn’t provide a safe working environment.
The parents of a student who was struck and killed by a truck after walking home from an off-campus sorority party have filed a lawsuit against the University of Delaware.
A judge dismissed a lawsuit Tuesday against the late Michael Jackson, which accused him of molesting choreographer Wade Robson.
A 43-year-old woman sued Wonder Bagels in New Jersey, claiming her boss and his brother sexually assaulted her for years.
Inmates filed a lawsuit against the Lake County Sheriff’s Office Monday, claiming they dealt with unsanitary conditions after a water shutdown at Lake County Jail. The lawsuit requests monetary compensation for each inmate.
Two Lyft passengers have filed a lawsuit against the ride sharing company, accusing their driver of pulling a gun out at them back in September. They are seeking $50,000 in damages.
A woman has sued Lululemon for $3 million after she was allegedly raped by her boss in his home. She claims the Vancouver-based retailer knew that Philip Silva was sexually inappropriate with female workers in the past, but allowed him to work in the store anyway.
Drug companies sued the state of California Friday for creating a law that would require them to provide advance notice before raising their prices. The law was established in October after consumers complained about the rise in drug spending.
Gymnast McKayla Maroney filed a lawsuit against the US Olympic Committee Wednesday, claiming they paid her money to keep silent about the sexual abuse she endured from Olympic team doctor Larry Nassar.
The family of a 13-year-old girl who killed herself has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Yucaipa School District, claiming school officials didn’t do enough to stop the bullying their daughter suffered.
Gallatin County joined a lawsuit Tuesday with Cascade County against several pharmaceutical companies, claiming they didn’t do enough to warn individuals about the risk of addiction to opioid drugs.
Larry King has threatened to file a lawsuit against “Daily Mail TV” over allegations that he groped Terry Richard. Richard told “Daily Mail TV” on Monday that King touched her inappropriately in 2005 by putting his hand down her dress.
Advocacy law firm, Public Counsel, filed a lawsuit against the state of California Tuesday for not doing enough for the many children who can’t read. Less than half of California students met the state’s literacy standards for their grade.
Five female kitchen workers filed a lawsuit against McCormick & Schmick’s in Boston for not doing anything to stop male co-workers from sexually harassing them. They are seeking damages for emotional and mental distress.
Cesar Sanchez-Guzman filed a lawsuit against “X-men” director Bryan Singer Thursday, claiming Singer sexually assaulted him on a yacht in Seattle when he was just 17.
Amy Hensley filed a wrongful death lawsuit five years after her husband drowned while being attacked by a swan at the Bay Colony Drive condo complex near Des Plaines, IL. She is seeking at least $50,000 in damages.
California Superior Court State Judge Mary Wiss dismissed a class action lawsuit against Google for unfair pay practices. The lawsuit claimed Google paid its female employees less than its male employees.
Wendy Haskell, an executive assistant to former NFL quarterback Warren Moon, filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against him Monday. She claimed Moon forced her to wear thong underwear and sleep in his bed during business trips.
Five families are seeking millions in a lawsuit against Longview School District in Washington for allegedly putting their kids in an isolation booth at Mint Valley Elementary School.
A Minnesota family of a teenage girl who died during dental surgery agreed to a $2 million settlement. The lawsuit they filed was originally scheduled to go to trial in May 2018.
The Utah Court of Appeals dismissed a lawsuit filed against a Utah school district over ex-teacher Brianne Altice, who had sex with three male students. A male student who brought the lawsuit said the school district was negligent.
A family has filed a lawsuit against the city of Carmel after their 8-year-old daughter was allegedly bullied and sexually assaulted by another child at summer camp.
We’ve compiled a list of awards and ratings from both the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and Insurance Institute for Highway Ratings (IIHS) to get a glimpse into how unsafe some major car brands can be.
On March 2, 2017, a Fairfax County jury awarded a woman $5,134,000 for severe facial, neck, chest, back and shoulder burns and other damages she suffered in an operating room fire at INOVA Fairfax Hospital in December 2013.
Newborns are susceptible to a lot of dangers—they can get hurt and sick very easily, and so it’s up to you, the new parent, to keep a watchful eye. Here are some common proactive steps to keeping your baby healthy and safe.
Has your airbag been recalled? Make sure by looking through this list. It only takes 30 seconds to do, and can save your life, and the lives of your passengers.
This woman’s car flew right off of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, and she escaped the car and survived!
Delta Airlines employees have filed a lawsuit against the airline company, alleging that Delta higher-ups fired the pair after reporting their “mentor” masturbated in the office…More To Come
Every year during the warm months, I get contacted by an injured bicyclist. Some of those cases are catastrophic because the victim was not wearing a helmet, or was wearing a helmet but it was either outdated or did not fit properly. I must admit that it wasn’t until I became involved in these types of cases that I truly understood how dangerous it is to ride a bicycle without a helmet…Read More
A “birth injury” is defined as any damage done to the tissues and organs of a child as the result of complications during childbirth. These birth injuries can also be the result of a poor decision made by a doctor or other health care provider during delivery. Some of these poor decisions include: failing to detect an umbilical cord wrapped around the baby’s neck, unreasonable delay in performing an emergency…Read More
A car accident can ruin a person’s life. One minute, you are driving down the road, minding your own business; the next minute, you’re a victim of someone else’s mistake or inattention. Whether in Maryland, Washington DC, or Virginia, the lawyers at Cohen & Cohen, P.C. help injured people…Read More
Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless, and tasteless gas that can cause a lot of harm or even death to you and your family if not properly monitored. Hundreds of people accidentally die every year from carbon monoxide poisoning caused by malfunctioning fuel-burning appliances and idle cars…Read More
With medicine advancing and life expectancy increasing, growing numbers of people are moving into long-term care centers and nursing homes. Although these facilities can provide excellent health and recreation services, they may also expose residents to mistreatment…Read More
Lawyers at our firm are frequently asked the question, “Do I have a case?” The answer, unfortunately, is not always a simple one. Injury cases typically have three elements: a mistake, an injury, and proof that the mistake caused the injury. The analysis can be most clearly illustrated by…Read More
Understanding your car insurance policy can be difficult. As a result, people often end up with policies that do not provide the right protection. Here is some basic information which you may not know. Uninsured Motorist Protection: This provides protection if…Read More
The birth of a baby is usually a joyous occasion. However, sometimes the birthing process does not go as planned because a doctor commits negligence during the birthing process. A doctor is negligent when he or she fails to use the degree of skill and learning ordinarily used under the same or similar circumstances by members of their profession…Read More
Each year almost 3,000 people die in household fires. According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), fires are the second leading cause of unintentional death in the home. Wherever they strike, fires can potentially be deadly…Read More
It is truly amazing how few people actually take the time to check their doctors’ credentials. Most patients choose their physicians based on either a simple word-of-mouth referral or by which doctor is geographically desirable…Read More
Finding elder abuse lawyers in Washington, D.C., Maryland, and Virginia is not easy. As the World Health Organization so elegantly put it, “Elder abuse is a violation of human rights and a significant cause of illness, injury, loss of productivity, isolation and despair.” …Read More
The lawyers at Cohen & Cohen, P.C. are experienced professionals that handle premises liability cases in Washington, D.C., Maryland and Northern Virginia. If you were involved in an accident caused by an unsafe condition on someone else’s property – such as a slip and fall – you may be eligible to receive compensation…Read More
Product defects can be extremely dangerous, especially because they have the potential of harming or injuring large quantities of people. Any injury caused by a product defect should be brought to the attention of a product defect attorney right away so that the proper steps are taken…Read More
The federal government, like any other entity, often is responsible for causing innocent people to be harmed. For those of us who live in the Washington metropolitan area, the chances of being harmed by a government employee are increased…Read More
Over the past few years the issue of “tort reform” has crept to the forefront of the American political scene. Today, some politicians claim to be racking their brains, attempting to devise a solution to this so-called problem. They have, and will continue to fail to find this solution for one simple reason…Read More
Although they affect almost all of us, surprisingly few people fully understand federal and state wage and hour laws. These laws dictate how much employers are required to pay employees and mandate that employers must appropriately compensate employees for their overtime work…Read More
The most frequent question our clients ask is, “How much money will I receive from my case?” Placing a value on a personal injury case is not easy, but there are three simple tips to consider. First, cases are generally valued based on the extent of the damages…Read More
When a person dies because of someone else’s mistake (a.k.a. wrongful death), their surviving family members often feel depressed, angry, and powerless. However, family members have the power to take action against the person or people who made the mistake…Read More
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