Businesses Still Recovering From Superstorm

Fish Plate, by wikipedia user Jastrow, licensed by Creative Commons

Seems a little fishy

Years ago, Hurricane Sandy struck everywhere on the East Coast of the US, from Florida all the way to Maine. Many homes, companies, and families were uprooted, including vacation spots along the cost and even in New York City. A Greek restaurant in the TriBeCa district called Thalassa has recently filed a lawsuit against their insurance provider, who denied their claim that the storm disrupted their business. A main substation in downtown Manhattan, powered by a company called Con Edison, experienced problems due to the surging waters. The Phoenix Insurance Co. states that although the business was closed for 11 days, Thalassa’s insurance does not cover this kind of disruption. Read more

Class Action: Golden Corral Gets the Lasso

This is raw meat, for you., by flickr user leah.jones, licensed by Creative Commons.

                           Giddy up!

A popular restaurant chain based out of North Carolina is now getting grilled themselves.  The Golden Corral Corporation is coming under fire after selling food that was unfit for human consumption.  Plaintiffs in both Seattle, Washington and Casper, Wyoming have come out claiming that employees of Golden Corral restaurant had been negligent towards health precautions and correct procedures taken as part of a class action lawsuit.  Read more