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Apr 28
2014

This blog post has been edited. It was originally posted on April 28, 2014. Facts of this case may have developed or changed since the original post date. Settlements/verdicts may have been reached or are in progress.

A drunk teen decided to get behind the wheel and ended up killing four and injuring another, a testament to the fact that driving drunk can ruin lives forever.

The family of an affluent teenager who admitted to fatally striking four pedestrians last summer while driving drunk has settled lawsuits with two of the victims’ families. The remaining...

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Settlements
Apr 25
2014
The family of an 11-year-old boy who was killed in a car crash on December 21, 2013 filed a lawsuit on March 24, 2014 against the Chicago Police Department.

The family of an 11-year-old boy who was killed in a car crash on December 21, 2013 filed a lawsuit on March 24, 2014 against the Chicago Police Department, stating a reckless police chase caused the death of their son. Prosecutors plan to charge the chased suspect when he returns from Wisconsin, where he is currently being held in Kenosha County jail. He faces charges in both states. Details of the Incident Rockie Douglas was...

Apr 20
2014
A deceased High Point University student’s family has filed a lawsuit against the university, Delta Sigma Phi fraternity, the fraternity’s director of security and two frat members.

A deceased High Point University student’s family has filed a lawsuit against the university, Delta Sigma Phi fraternity, the fraternity’s director of security and two frat members. The family is seeking justice for their son, Robert Eugene Tipton Jr., who was allegedly killed by violent assault and battery during a hazing ritual in March 2012. They are suing for damages in excess of $10,000. Incident...

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Negligence
Apr 17
2014
When ice and snow fell from a stadium roof onto a Super Bowl worker, he didn’t take it lying down. He filed a lawsuit and got the recompense he deserved.

A seriously injured Super Bowl XLV worker has reached an undisclosed settlement amount with the National Football League (NFL), Dallas Cowboys and Super Bowl contractor S.A.F.E. Management, according to an article in the Dallas News . The February 2011 Super Bowl XLV took place at AT&T Stadium – then called Cowboys Stadium – in Arlington, Texas. The settlement amount will remain confidential due to an agreement signed by all...