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Personal Injury

Murder at Cornell

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On August 28, 2016, Ithaca College sophomore, Anthony Nazaire, attended a fraternity party at Omega Psi Phi on Cornell University’s campus during orientation week. After the party, a large fight broke out, and Mr. Nazaire was stabbed to death. Mr. Nazaire’s mother, Katia Toussaint, has filed a lawsuit on behalf…

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Dollywood Disaster

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Last July, Melissa Stone suffered an injury while on a ride at Dollywood. She is seeking millions in compensation for these injuries that allegedly resulted from a ride on the RiverRush Water Coaster at the Dollywood Splash Country Water Adventure Park. According to Ms. Stone, her raft reached the peak…

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Are Your Lost Pants Worth $67 Million?

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A former administrative law judge sued his dry cleaners for $67 million for allegedly losing his pants.  The District of Columbia Board of Professional Responsibility ruled that a stayed suspension was too light a punishment for him. Roy Pearson, Jr. initially sought $1,150 as compensation for Hickey-Freeman pants that his…

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$200,000 Personal Injury Scam

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A Manhattan lawsuit charges that a bankrupt ambulance-chaser scammed $200K from a cash-advance company that did business with her clients.   Marina Trubitsky filed bogus, inflated and/or contrived personal-injury claims on behalf of her clients.  She then induced the cash-advance firm, Green Legal Funding of Queens, to work with at…

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Woman Attacked by 150-lb Dog

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In Somerset County, New Jersey, a woman recently suffered broken bones, had part of her ear bitten off, and required 60 stitches after an attached by her neighbor’s 150-pound dog. The dog apparently charged at the woman when she knocked on her next-door neighbor’s door.  Her injuries include a broken…

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