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Enterprise Rental Cars Sued

Enterprise Leasing Company is facing legal action after the company allegedly violated the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (WARN Act). It was accused of doing so after terminating hundreds of employees without cause or any advanced written notice amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. The lawsuit was filed in federal court in the Middle District of […]

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City of Sibley Sued for Negligence

A lawsuit has been filed against the city of Sibley, Iowa, after a man was electrocuted and fell after touching a high-voltage line. According to the lawsuit, the city knew the line’s location did not comply with safety codes, but failed to warn the worker. Victor Maldonado, a construction worker working on a building in […]

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Lawsuit Filed by Man Struck by Falling Debris in Myrtle Beach

One of the two workers injured at a construction site in Myrtle Beach has filed a lawsuit seeking compensation for his injuries. The man was injured when debris fell from the 25-story project located along Ocean Boulevard. Timothy Duarte filed a civil suit in Horry County civil court claiming that he requires extensive medical treatment […]

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Trump Administration Rejects Projected COVID-19 Death Toll in Government Report

The White House has refuted an internal government report obtained by The New York Times predicting the daily death toll from COVID-19 could double by early June. According to the report, the internal update was obtained from the CDC after being acquired from FEMA. It predicts daily deaths could reach 3000 in the United States […]

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Settlement Approved in Walmart Pregnancy Discrimination Case

A federal judge has approved a $14 million settlement in a class action lawsuit accusing Walmart of discriminating against pregnant employees. According to the claim, the retailer denied access to necessary workplace accommodations. According to the National Women’s Law Center, it is the first case of its kind to settle as a class action. The […]

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Bend Nightclub Faces Lawsuit Alleging Negligence in Stabbing Outside of Club

A nightclub in Bend is facing a $1 million lawsuit after a man alleged he was attacked outside of the club as bouncers from the club watched. According to the plaintiff, the security staff at Se7en did nothing as he was stabbed four times. The claim alleges the club was negligent and created a “violent […]

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Homeowner Denied Compensation after Explosion Damages Home

Homeowners’ insurance is supposed to cover a variety of damages that can happen to a home. Policyholders pay their premiums and should something unexpected occur, they are supposed to be entitled to compensation to pay for repairs. Unfortunately, this doesn’t always happen as it should. In the case of one Benson, Nebraska homeowner, his Homeowners’ […]

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OC Communications, Inc. Settles Labor Law Violations and Unpaid Overtime Lawsuit

OC Communications, a “tech talent supplier” that works on a contract basis with the Comcast Corporation has agreed to settle a lawsuit accusing the company of unpaid overtime and other labor law violations. Though the company claims to hire the best talent and provide them with the best work environment, the lawsuit alleges this is […]

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Navy SEAL and Border Patrol Drop Lawsuits against One Another

Both the Navy SEAL and Border Patrol have decided to walk away from a lawsuit them against each other after a scuffle at Imperial Beach. The case was settled after the judge issued a mixed ruling, with each agreeing to pay nothing. The incident occurred in 2014 during a family visit to the beach. Alton […]

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Lawsuit Accusing Jackson City and Former Police Chief of Discrimination Settled

A female police officer who levied accusations against the Jackson City police department and former Police Chief Lee Vance has agreed to settle the case. Tina Wallace filed a federal lawsuit in April 2017 claiming she’d been a victim of racial and gender discrimination after being demoted from a deputy chief to lieutenant in 2015. […]

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