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Was It Right to Fire This Kansas Woman Over a Facebook Post?

A Kansas woman recently lost her job over anti-military comments posted on her Facebook page. Meagan May’s post included statements such as “War is not … Read More »

Is Public Shaming Acceptable Punishment for Breaking the Law?

Judges are coming up with creative punishments for law-breakers. One example comes from Judge Michael J. Holbrook, who sentences convicted defendants to spend their favorite … Read More »

Was Six Flags at Fault for the Wrongful Death of Roller Coaster Victim?

What started as a fun day at Six Flags quickly turned to tragedy when a Dallas woman plummeted from a roller coaster and was killed.

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Is This Judge’s Ruling Fair?

An Ohio judge is creating quite a stir with his sentences. Judge Michael J. Holbrook has dubbed his sentencing technique “Holbrook Holiday.” Holbrook Holiday consists … Read More »

Insurance Refuses to Pay for Mans Surgery Because of 26 Cents: Could it Happen to You?

Sergio Branco is a 33-year-old victim of acute myelogenous leukemia. Without treatment, Branco’s diagnoses would eventually become fatal. The bone-marrow transplant needed will cost Branco … Read More »

First Death in Tough Mudder Race Raises Safety Questions

Tough Mudder is an endurance race that has swept the nation. However, a participant’s recent death during the race is raising a question: is Tough … Read More »

Pilots Competency in Question after Third Victims Dies from Boeing 777 Crash

The devastation of the Boeing 777 crash in San Francisco only continues as the death toll has risen to three. The Asiana Airlines jet was … Read More »

What is a Frivolous Lawsuit?


The law says a frivolous lawsuit is any lawsuit that cannot be brought or should not be brought. However, the phrase “frivolous lawsuit” … Read More »

Are Cruise Liners Reputations Going Down in Flames?

Carnival Cruise liners couldn’t seem to stay out of the headlines for the last few months, beginning with a major incident in February on the … Read More »

Is Legalized Marijuana Making America’s Highways Unsafe?


Marijuana legalization in some states has made headlines for several months. Now, some are wondering if stoned drivers are making highways unsafe.

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Will Hands-Free Texting Solve Distracted Driving Problems?


In hopes of decreasing distracted driving, California made the decision to allow hands-free texting in 2012. However, a study by the American Automobile … Read More »

Michael Jordan Called “Greedy” by Judge during Lawsuit

Although most of Michael Jordan’s publicity is positive, he has recently created a new low-point in the public eye, especially in the eye of one … Read More »

Bad McChicken Destroys Gospel Singers Voice

McDonald’s is in the news yet again for another lawsuit. This time involving the destruction of a woman’s singing voice. Gospel singer Jacqueline Simpson of … Read More »

Wanting to Fire an Employee because of Facebook Posts? Think Again.

As most of us know by now, social media or anything on the Internet isn’t really private. In fact, businesses spend a significant amount of … Read More »

Personal Information Released by Police after Woman Didn’t Pay for Using Bathroom

Most Wichita citizens have probably seen a public bathroom with signs noting that the facilities are for paying customers only. And more than likely, the … Read More »

Carnival Cruise Ship Sees First Lawsuits after Returning to Port

It didn’t take long after the disabled Carnival cruise ship finally docked for the first lawsuits to be filed. After being stuck for five days … Read More »

Five Dollar Sandwich Becomes a $5 Million Lawsuit


Subway became famous with their $5 footlong sandwiches. But according to two New Jersey men, the world’s biggest fast-food chain has been deceptive … Read More »

Family of NFL linebacker files wrongful death suit

After the tragic death of Junior Seau, his family has filed a wrongful death suit. His family’s claim states that the NFL is responsible for … Read More »

Cystic fibrosis patient dies after receiving smoker’s lungs in transplant

Jennifer Wederell was a young British woman that suffered from cystic fibrosis. After waiting for 18 months for a lung transplant, she was told there … Read More »

Employee fired after being deemed “irresistible” to employer

In a unanimous ruling by the State Supreme Court, an Iowa dentist was deemed within his rights to fire his longtime employee. The dentist claimed … Read More »

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