Family Seeks $100M in Wrongful Death Lawsuit

Shawntray Grant’s family has filed a $100 million wrongful death lawsuit against housing and management companies that overlooked the property where Grant was living when he was killed. Grant was shot on June 15, 2018 in the parking lot of The … Continue reading

PG&E Pleads Guilty to 85 Counts in 2018 Wildfire

Pacific Gas & Electric pleaded guilty on Tuesday to 84 separate counts of involuntary manslaughter and one felony count of unlawfully starting a fire in a case stemming from a horrific 2018 blaze that destroyed much of the town of … Continue reading

$12.5M Settlement Awarded After Tonsil Surgery Leads to Leg Amputation

A Staten Island couple has settled its malpractice lawsuit against a New Jersey hospital and medical staff for $12.5 million arising from the amputation of their young son’s leg due to complications from tonsil surgery. The boy was 5 years … Continue reading

Man Paralyzed in Police Shooting Receives $6M Settlement

Nearly seven years after being paralyzed, a Palm Beach County man will receive a fraction of his $22 million settlement. A jury awarded Dontrell Stephens the settlement after he was shot by a Palm Beach County deputy. “You are out … Continue reading

Global COVID-19 Death Toll Surpasses 400,000

The COVID-19 pandemic has now claimed more than 400,000 lives worldwide, according to data collected by Johns Hopkins University. The university’s Coronavirus Resource Center noted the grim milestone on Sunday. The United States — at more than 109,000 — accounts for more … Continue reading

Man Sues Mill for $15M After Allegedly Suffering Severe Burns and Permanent Disfigurement

A man who alleges he suffered severe burns and permanent disfigurement while working at the Graphic Packaging mill in Queen City, Texas, in January 2019 is suing the company in a Texarkana federal court. Montgomery “Monte” Crompton was blasted with … Continue reading

Hillsborough Schools to Pay $1M to Family of Student Who Died During Conditioning Drills

The Hillsborough County School board will pay a $1 million settlement to the family of an incoming freshman at Middleton High School who collapsed and died during football conditioning drills. The school board is expected to approve the settlement at Tuesday’s … Continue reading

$13.1 Million Settlement Awarded to Victim Catastrophically Injured on Crosswalk

At noted San Francisco injury firm Rouda Feder Tietjen & McGuinn, Attorneys Timothy G. Tietjen, Cynthia McGuinn, and Robert Igleheart recently obtained $13.1 million in a settlement, on behalf of a client who suffered life-altering injuries after a pedestrian crosswalk accident. The lawsuit was brought on behalf of … Continue reading

Santander Consumer Reaches $550M Settlement with State AGs

Santander Consumer USA will pay $65 million to states and forgive hundreds of millions more in consumer debt as part of a settlement with a group of attorneys general over practices in its subprime auto lending business.  The attorneys general, … Continue reading

Lawsuit Accuses Juul of Targeting Children With Marketing

Anne Arundel and Howard counties sued e-cigarette maker Juul Labs and affiliated companies, joining a growing onslaught against the billion-dollar company over claims that it marketed its products to children. They joined Garrett County in filing separate but identical federal lawsuits … Continue reading