Law

DOJ Rounds Up Elder ‘Tech Support’ Scammers

A recent press release from the Department of Justice announced the largest-ever nationwide sweep of fraudsters targeting the nation's seniors. The sweep targeted over 260 fraudsters and accounted for approximately $750 million. The DOJ's press release explained that...

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Girl Gets $75K for Mechanical Dinosaur Injuries

Witnessing a dinosaur egg hatching must be a magical moment. Until, that is, you're punched on the chin by a mechanical arm. That's what happened to a young girl visiting Universal Orlando in 2013, and she and her family finally settled a lawsuit against the theme...

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Were Grand Canyon Visitors Exposed to Radiation?

"If you were in the Museum Collections Building (bldg 2C) between the year 2000 and June 18, 2018, you were 'exposed' to uranium by OSHA's definition." Not exactly something you want to hear after your vacation to the Grand Canyon, but that's what the park's health...

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When to Sue for a Chemical Burn

Dozens of workers every year suffer chemical burns on the job. And the products we use and businesses we frequent often contain or use dangerous chemicals. So, if you're one of the people who suffers a chemical burn, when (and who) can you sue? That will largely...

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