weird lawsuits

"If he is going to file something that frivolous, he can't expect me to be too judicious in how I respond."
She claims the insurance company told her she had to name the 12-year-old in the suit.
I'm sure we can all agree that it is a sad day when a man burned by fajitas while praying can't sue Applebee's. But perhaps it will provide him -- and the rest of us mourning this tragedy of our broken judicial system -- some solace to know that he is not alone.
"That was the final straw," she writes. "I've never heard of a food place not having to go. I was so devastated I cried for
While the company initially approved her request to work shorter days, DeGerolamo says the accommodation didn't last long
One day in early March 2009, he collected pee from the toilet and poured it into Utz' coffee pot and waited for Utz to drink
Apparently not everyone is aware that a divorce ends a marriage. A British woman tried to sue her lawyers, claiming they
San Diego's La Jolla Cove is smelly. Like, super stinky. And it's all because of cute, lovable sea lions, that are pooping everywhere!
The maker of Sriracha hot sauce is under fire for allegedly fouling the air around its Southern California factory.
Later, in a section highlighted by Above the Law, Sevier accuses Apple of enabling "unfair competition" between porn actresses
On Oct. 10, Judge David Baker reportedly dismissed the lawsuit because "the fantastic allegations do not meet the plausibility
Plaintiff's lawyers Rod Edmond and Tricia Hoffler, who represented the estate of William Martinez, argued that Gangasani
CORRECTION: An earlier version of this story said Callan has daughters. She actually has a son and a daughter. We regret
Correction: Following Patch's reporting, a previous version of this post incorrectly stated Princess Samantha Kennedy's name
A West Virginia college student is suing his fraternity, alleging that he fell off a deck when a drunken frat brother fired
Bach was shopping at a Walmart in Delmont when she picked up a package of Banquet "Brown 'N Serve" sausage, listed at 98
Raising the stakes on a two-year-old intellectual property controversy in Second Life, a popular seller of online adult novelties