Three death row inmates are suing the Louisiana Department of Corrections, the Corrections Secretary and two prison wardens over what they call the “appalling and extreme” heat on the death row of the Louisiana State Penitentiary, also known as Angola. The suit contends that authorities have not met the requirement to treat death row inmates humanely.
Ten lawsuits that prove you can pretty much sue anyone for anything.
A man serving time for the murder of a former friend and business partner is suing his victim’s family for emotional distress.
After repeated physical assaults on her daughter went unanswered, DeAnn Cooks was allegedly told by the Assistant Principal of her daughter’s Tulsa, Ok., school to drop her complaint because it made them look bad.
On ovember 29, 2012, Judge Kenneth Hoyt ruled to dismiss the lawsuit filed by Christopher Bridgeman and Martin Borger against Continental Airlines for negligence and invasion of privacy after their sex toy was found befouled and taped prominently to their vandalized luggage.
Real-life medical misfeasance, malfeasance, and mayhem.
The father told reporters, "I married my wife out of love, but as soon as we had our first daughter, we began having marital issues. Our daughter was incredibly ugly, to the point where it horrified me."
Ilda Vitor Maciel, 88, of Rio de Janeiro, died in a hospital last month. Maciel had been admitted to Santa Casa de Barra Mansa after suffering a stroke, and died after receiving an injection from a nurse technician. A lawsuit filed by her family claims that the nurse injected soup into the elderly woman’s veins instead of into her feeding tube.
It’s bad enough that you don’t have anywhere to plug in your phone when you’re a temp, but it seems that one Texas employer made it much worse for the man temping at his office.
Jamal Hunter has filed a Complaint and Jury Demand against the City of Denver and several of its deputies for doing nothing in the face of the extreme abuse he suffered at the hands of inmates and deputies while incarcerated at the jail for a misdemeanor offense.