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26 07, 2017

This Week’s Wacky Wednesday: Drunk Goggles Causes Girl Injuries

By |2018-03-12T22:16:31+00:00July 26th, 2017|Wacky lawsuits|Comments Off on This Week’s Wacky Wednesday: Drunk Goggles Causes Girl Injuries

Drunk goggles can be an issue too. Drunk Goggles Cause Injuries, Teen’s Family Sues Think back to when you were in school. What sorts of things did you learn? Of course, you probably learned all of the basics – reading, writing, and arithmetic. You might’ve even taken driver’s education, shop class, and [...]

14 06, 2017

This Week’s Wacky Wednesday: That’s One Spicy Pepper!

By |2017-09-06T20:21:27+00:00June 14th, 2017|Wacky lawsuits|Comments Off on This Week’s Wacky Wednesday: That’s One Spicy Pepper!

That pepper is spicy! Too Hot to Handle: Ghost Pepper Induces Coma Do you like spicy food? Even if you do enjoy a bit of spice, there is a difference between some jalapenos or even a habanero and the notorious ghost pepper. However, many restaurants know that people not only love some spice, [...]

29 05, 2017

Home Insurance Laws: Top 10 Things You Should Know

By |2017-05-29T23:02:38+00:00May 29th, 2017|Litigation, Real Estate Law|Comments Off on Home Insurance Laws: Top 10 Things You Should Know

Things to know about Home Insurance Understanding the Laws Surrounding Home Insurance To Better Protect Yourself When it comes to protecting your home - a house, condominium, apartment or cottage etc. – home insurance is a must. In fact, according to a poll in 2010, CBC found that most renters skip home insurance! [...]

8 12, 2016

Wacky Wednesday: Lawyer Loses Finger At A Pub

By |2016-12-14T21:38:49+00:00December 8th, 2016|Wacky lawsuits|Comments Off on Wacky Wednesday: Lawyer Loses Finger At A Pub

  Lawyer loses his finger. Lawyer’s Finger Severed at Popular Bar Whenever alcohol is involved some odd things can happen, and most of the time they aren’t very good. That’s what Virginia attorney Robert Dyer found out in 2012, and what caused him to sue Smith Point, a bar in Washington D.C. when [...]

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