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Class Action Suit Results in Payout for Underpaid SpaceX Workers

The Space Exploration Technologies Corporation, more commonly known as SpaceX, is a famous company founded by Elon Musk. It has had its fair share of media attention with its astonishing accomplishments as a commercial space transport company, including being the first company that was able to send its own spacecraft to the International Space Station….

$100 Million Lawsuit Filed Against Fyre Festival Organizers

The Fyre Festival was supposed to be a super-luxurious 2-weekend party for wealthy millennials, set in a beautiful private Caribbean island. Instead, for the attendees it was a time in hell. Now a $100 million class action suit has been filed against the organizers of the event. The Alluring Promises People were lured to the…

LA Police Puts Down 3 Vicious Pit Bulls

On May 10, 2017, Los Angeles police officers responded to reports of a pit bull attack by shooting down 3 vicious pit bulls who brutally attacked a man in downtown LA. The police say that 2 of the dogs died immediately, though the 3rd one survived the gunshot. Unfortunately this type of situation happens all…

Faulty Airbag Leads to Serious Injuries and a Civil Lawsuit

Just recently, a civil suit was filed on behalf of an injured woman against Honda and Takata. According to the suit, the faulty Takata airbag in her Honda vehicle nearly killed the plaintiff when she got into a car accident. Car accident lawyers in San Diego can help with cases like this where there is…

US Navy Bans Ecigs after Reports of Explosions and Injuries to Sailors

The US Navy has now banned the use of electronic cigarettes and vaporizers throughout its fleet. This ban has been issued after the Navy received numerous reports of various types of ecig-related accidents including explosions, damage to Navy property, and injuries to sailors. The ban covers the possession and use of electronic cigarettes and other…

Uber Faces Million Dollar Fine for Ignoring Complaints about Drunk Drivers

Uber’s popularity has risen dramatically, connecting freelance cabbies and vehicle owners with customers by using the Uber app. This service is available in 440 cities across the 6 continents. But it’s not without its share of controversies, including allegedly ignoring complaints about its drunk drivers, and for this, the company is facing an estimated $1.13…

Defective Viking Gas Ranges Lawsuit Leads to Millions in Fines

Viking, the manufacturer of gas ranges that were found to be defective, has been fined $4.65 million by the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC). It was found that their product had a design defect that enabled the devices to activate on their own. The CPSC fined Viking due to its failure to immediately report…

BMW’s Lawsuits From Cars Exploding

Many car makers hope that their new models “catch fire” among the consumer public. Obviously, they mean this in a figurative sense. But numerous BMWs in the US and in the world seem to be catching fire, literally. The BMW Fire Reports The reports of BMWs suddenly self-igniting was uncovered by an investigation conducted by…

Did Tom Brady Suffer a Concussion Last Season?

According to Tom Brady’s wife Gisele Bundchen, the football star suffered a concussion during the previous season. The NFL is taking this allegation seriously, especially in light of the fact that the records maintained by the New England Patriots didn’t list any such head injury for the superstar quarterback. Brian injury lawyers deal with these types…

Gas Station Nacho Cheese Causes Botulism Fatality

The Valley Oak Food and Fuel gas station sells nachos and nacho cheese to customers, but unfortunately it didn’t prove all that convenient for some unlucky patrons. In fact, the nacho cheese proved to be deadly, as it killed one customer and sent 10 others to the hospital. If you are ever in this situation…