Bill Collectors and Harassment

How far can a bill collector go before it is considered harassment? If you are late paying a bill, which can happen for many reasons, then you may be asking that question. Up until recently, companies gave you some time to pay a bill as long as you called them and...

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Can Dating Websites Cost More Than a Monthly Fee?

Dating websites are very popular, but their stories are sometimes horrific. One man has taken his experience to court claiming that his Tinder girlfriend stole money from him. Marcel Kooter was “blinded by attraction” when he met a young lady on Tinder. They pursued a...

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Should Tech Companies Give Law Enforcement Your Private Data?

That question is asked more often these days because the ability exists for law enforcement to have access to your private information without your permission. Big companies such as Apple and Google are fighting such requests on behalf of consumers, however, that is...

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If Your New Car Doesn’t Get the Miles Advertised, Can You Sue?

So, your shopping for a new car, and miles-per-gallon is an important factor in your purchase; for many reasons this is what folks look for. However, suppose you buy the new car to get you back and forth to work, but the advertised mileage is not as advertised - what...

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Chemistry Lab Gone Wrong. Mother Sues School

A chemistry lab experiment gone wrong has sent two students and a teacher to the hospital. The incident could have happened at any school that offers lab classes to its students, but this one happened in Pennsylvania. And now, one of the student’s mothers is suing the...

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Responsibilty For the Actions of Your Child

Parental liability does not begin until a child is 8-years old and ends at the age of majority, which is 18 in most states. A child’s offense can be civil or criminal in nature. While many acts can trigger both civil and criminal legal repercussions, some will be one...

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If the Government Causes You Poor Health, Can You Sue?

You may recall the false missile alert that the government issued in Hawaii last year. It caused quite the panic for residents there, and for those who have loved ones residing in Hawaii. It didn’t stop there; imagine that you were visiting, or heaven forbid, on your...

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Is Light Pollution Really a Thing?

It is that time of year again, and if you haven’t already, you’ll soon be putting up Christmas decorations. Some folks keep outdoor decorating to a minimum, while others (and you probably know some) go all out. You may remember the movie, Christmas Vacation, wherein...

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Not in My Backyard, Said…Scrooge?

When Jeremy and Kristy Morris wanted to purchase a home in West Hayden Estates, they ran into trouble. It was not just any trouble; they were allegedly being discriminated against because of their religion. A letter they received from the Homeowners’ Association...

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A Wrong Diagnosis and the Tragedy That Ensued

Wrong diagnoses can result in wrong medicines being prescribed and wrong ailments being treated. However, usually they don’t result in the loss of major organs. Now a Colorado grandmother is experiencing the worst kind of misdiagnosis. 73-year old Linda Woolley went...

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