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Kristin Lynee Tinoco sues Barbara L Marton-Rosenberg for damages from a car accident

Kristin Lynee Tinoco has filed a lawsuit against Barbara L Marton-Rosenberg in the Circuit Court of the 15th Judicial Circuit, Palm Beach County, Florida. The case, identified by number 502024CA003201 and filed on April 5, 2024, alleges damages exceeding $50,000 due to a motor vehicle accident. Represented by attorney Stefano Batista-Cagan of Morgan & Morgan […]

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Tirtzah Israel sues Target Corporation for negligence leading to personal injury

Tirtzah Israel has filed a lawsuit against Target Corporation in the Circuit Court of the 15th Judicial Circuit in Palm Beach County, Florida. The case, with ID number 502024CA003175XXXAMB Div: AG, was officially filed on April 5, 2024. The plaintiff alleges that due to the negligence of the defendant, she suffered injuries and damages exceeding […]

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Woman says Celebrity Cruises medical staff misdiagnosed her brain aneurysm

A Canadian woman says Celebrit Cruises medical officials caused her more injuries after failing to properly diagnose her brain aneurysm. Joelle Christina Robinson filed her complaint in federal court against Celebrity Cruises Inc. and Dr. Anselmo Martinez Castillo. Robinson claims she was misdiagnosed by Castillo, who was working aboard the Celebrity Eclipse on February 7, […]

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Blind man sues FedEx after it wouldn’t accommodate his disability

A blind man has sued FedEx claiming the company refused to accommodate his disability. Clinton Von Aiken filed his complaint in federal court against FedEx Ground Package System Inc. According to the compalint, Aiken suffers from diabetic retinopathy and glaucoma. He says FedEx failed to provide reasonable accommodations for his disability, which he believes constitutes […]

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Attorney General Moody Leads Fight Against Bidens Sue and Settle Gamesmanship

Attorney General Ashley Moody is leading a coalition of 20 state attorneys general in filing an amicus brief in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia supporting Intervenor States that seek to prevent the Biden administration from weaponizing sue-and-settle tactics to avoid accountability for the border crisis. The Biden administration appears to have abandoned […]

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