Paint Manufacturers in for a World of Pain

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Soon to Be Makeover Compliments of Sherwin Williams.

Property managers, owners, and landlords can breathe a collective sigh of relief. A Northern California Superior Court Judge ruled that the 1.1 billion dollar expenses associated with the removal of lead paint and any related building deficiencies of residences built prior to 1978 will lay in the laps of three major paint manufacturers.

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Is A Google-Backed Company Building A DNA Database?

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A glimpse into your DNA for only $99.

The Google-backed company, 23andMe (formerly Google-backed?), was slapped with a $5 million dollar class action lawsuit by San Diego, California resident, Lisa Casey, early December, according to The Huffington Post. Before the class action lawsuit, the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) ordered 23andMe to stop the sale of their saliva, DNA gathering kits because the company was not cleared by the United States federal government to make any medical claims.

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Dead End Taxi

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Imagine waiting for someone you love dearly to arrive and when they do, you open the door to the taxi and they are dead. Sounds terrible, right? Well, that is was happened to a mother from North Carolina, Deborah Washington, who found her son A’Darrin Washington, “unresponsive and cold to the touch,” when he arrived home in a taxi.  A’Darrin Washington was discharged from Cumberland County Hospital and died on Nov. 22, 2011 at the age of 30 and was a patient of the hospital for 10 years. Ms. Washington is suing the security firm whose guards are accused of forcibly removing her son from a hospital even though he was allegedly dying or possibly already dead. Read More

Young Tourist Sues NYC after Losing Her Leg

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NYC Vacation Comes to Screeching Halt

Sian Green, 24 was on vacation with her best friend in New York City, enjoying  a hotdog near Rockefeller Center when a cab driver jumped the curb and struck her. The young woman lost her leg as a result of the accident and is now suing the city for 27.5 million dollars. According to reports the cab driver, Faysal Himon should not have even been driving at the time of accident, as his license should have been suspended for previous violations before the accident. The taxi and limousine commission admittedly failed to suspend Himon, due to a “computer glitch”. Read More

5 Lawsuits Filed Against Affluenza Teen

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Look both ways before crossing!

16-year old Ethan Couch was recently sentenced to ten years of probation, after a drunk driving incident took the lives of four civilians. The prosecution was pushing for a maximum prison sentence of 20 years, as his blood alcohol content was three times the legal limit for an adult. Huffington Post article states, “Psychologist G. Dick Miller testified for the defense that Couch suffered from “affluenza,” a condition in which his family felt that wealth bought privilege and there was no rational link between behavior and consequences.” As part of his sentence, Ethan will also be attending a luxurious private counseling center. As expected, families of the victims of Ethan’s drunk driving, have brought 5 lawsuits against both Ethan, his family, and his father’s business. Read More