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Insurance Bad Faith and Your Stolen Car

Insurance Bad Faith and Your Stolen Vehicle Claim

We purchase insurance to protect us from many unforeseen and unwelcome possibilities, including vehicle theft. Lately, insurance companies seem to be investigating stolen car claims with additional scrutiny and increasing skepticism. 423 more words

Arizona

Striking punitive damages allegations in California

Striking punitive damages allegations in California is the topic of this blog post.  If a complaint includes only boilerplate and conclusory allegations in support of a request for punitive damages a motion to strike the punitive damages allegations and/or a prayer for punitive damages should be filed. 717 more words

California Freelance Paralegal

Only On 9: Former Rite Aid Manager Gets Nearly $9M In Settlement After Harassment, Termination

LANCASTER (CBSLA.com) — A former Rite Aid manager has won nearly $9 million in a lawsuit against the company.

Robert Leggins claimed supervisors harassed him after he was hurt trying to stop a robbery at the Lincoln Heights store. 322 more words

News

50 Cent ordered to pay Rick Ross' ex-girlfriend $5 million for posting sex tape

Rapper 50 Cent has been hit with a $5 million verdict in the case of a Florida woman who alleges that he “destroyed” her reputation when he posted a sex tape online without her knowledge. 170 more words

Entertainment

Bank of America Hit with FDCPA Damages PLUS PUNITIVE Damages $100,000

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This is not a legal opinion on your case. It is general information only. 4,990 more words

Foreclosure

Injured by a driver on drugs? Take Action.

Vicodin and other hydrocodone-combination painkillers are the most commonly prescribed drugs in the U.S.  Deaths have reached crisis proportions inthe United States, holding no prejudice to sex, age, or social status. 369 more words

Education And Safety

Jury awards patient $500K due to doctor's defamatory comments while he was sedated for colonoscopy

Now this is funny!

ABA reports

A Virginia jury last week awarded an unidentified patient $500,000, including $200,000 in punitive damages, because of defamatory comments made by his anesthesiologist while he was sedated for a colonoscopy. 443 more words

Bar Alpha