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Family of UPS Driver Files Lawsuit Against Police After Bystander Shooting

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

The family of a UPS driver along with another man who was injured in the crossfire of a police shooting has filed lawsuits against the six police agencies that were involved in the altercation. Two men took the driver, Frank Ordonez, hostage after hijacking the truck and robbing a jewelry store. The men led… Read More »

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Black Lives Matter Files Lawsuit Over Less-Than-Lethal Weapons

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

The cycle goes something like this. Law enforcement injures or kills someone by going way beyond what is necessary to subdue them, protests and riots ensue requiring police officers to keep crowds under control, police officers use less-than-lethal rounds to subdue the crowd, and someone is injured, maimed, or killed by these rounds. Individuals… Read More »

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YouTuber Sued After Brutal Unprovoked Assault

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

YouTuber Vitaly Zdorovetskiy is being charged with felony aggravated battery after an assault at Miami Beach left a woman with serious injuries to her face. The woman says that Zdorovetskiy leapt out of the bushes and attacked her, tackling her from behind and then proceeding to punch her in the face. The woman has… Read More »

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Exploding Beer Bottle Lawsuit is Settled

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

An exploding beer bottle lawsuit was settled under seal recently in Pennsylvania. The plaintiff claimed that the beer bottle exploded causing injuries. According to the complaint, plaintiff John Fralic was attempting to load a bottle of Erie Brewing Co.’s Soleil Shandy into a cooler when the bottle exploded. South Erie Beer was also named… Read More »

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Crew Member Files Lawsuit Against Marc Anthony After Yacht Fire

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

Marc Anthony’s 120-foot-long Yacht caught fire and went under while at the Island Gardens Marina in Miami. Over 40 emergency responders arrived to put out the blaze but there was nothing that they could do for the ship itself. Their focus was on preventing the fire from spreading to other yachts that were docked…. Read More »

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Is Sand Renourishment Causing Beach Accidents?

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

Each year, coastal territories spend millions of dollars replacing the sand on East Coast beaches. With water levels rising, the need to replace sand is only going to grow. But for at least one man who is now a quadriplegic, sand renourishment may be to blame for the accident that caused his injuries. Twenty-five-year-old… Read More »

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Dartmouth Pitcher Settles Lawsuit Against School

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

Dartmouth pitcher, Colton French, filed a lawsuit against the school after he was seriously injured at practice. According to the lawsuit, it was the first time French ever pitched using the L-shaped net. The net is designed to protect pitchers from hits and is generally used during batting practice. The pitcher lobs a floater… Read More »

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Court Rules Truck Company Not Responsible for Poor Repairs

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

An appeals court upheld a lower court’s decision that the trucking company whose vehicle injured a plaintiff is not responsible for faulty repairs made to the truck. The decision reduced the jury’s verdict award by 75% costing the plaintiff well over $300,000. Tuong Vi Le sued Colonial Freight Systems after a tire detached and… Read More »

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Ohio School Bullying Lawsuit Heads to Supreme Court

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

The Ohio Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case concerning whether educators at DeVeaux Elementary School are responsible for an injury suffered by one of their students. A kindergartner was injured after another student stabbed her in the face with a pencil. According to the lawsuit, teachers and administration were made aware that… Read More »

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Starbucks Customer Burned by Hot Water

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

In a lawsuit eerily reminiscent of another, a Starbucks customer is claiming that she required skin grafts after spilling hot coffee on herself. The original lawsuit, filed in 1992, involved a 79-year-old woman who spilled coffee on herself in McDonald’s. This lawsuit was, in turn, held up as an example of frivolous litigation that… Read More »

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