The bank agreed to pay for employees who opened fake accounts under customers' names to meet sales goals.
If somebody files a medical malpractice lawsuit, they feel they were harmed due to the negligence of a medical professional. While nobody wants to deal with this type of situation, it is something that people throughout the country face every year. For our Los Angeles readers, a recent medical malpractice lawsuit is sure to hit home.
For most people across California, the New Year will mean fulfilling resolutions and making a fresh start. For Judge James Selna of the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California however, 2013 will mean finally wrapping up the product-liability lawsuits filed against Toyota related to the accelerator issues a few years back.
A large hospital system agreed to pay $123 million to more than 80 children who suffered abuse as the result of its alleged negligent supervision of a pediatrician. The case is an example of how the class action model can help even the odds between individual plaintiffs and large, sophisticated defendants.
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