Most Ridiculous Lawsuits

  • Yelp Reviewers Sue for ‘Unpaid Wages’

    …. A final compensation amount was not revealed. In related news, Amazon is under fire for reportedly providing free merchandise to its elite reviewers. According to an NPR report, Amazon runs an invitation-only program for the site’s top reviewers, called Amazon Vine. Members can choose items from a monthly list and are required to write a review…

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  • Why are James and Tricia Keene suing the wrong company?

    … at Crystal Beach on the Bolivar Peninsula. The Keenes’ case against Brint Construction of Beaumont is less than thin. It’s ridiculous. “They sued us, but we didn’t make it, install it, or guarantee it,” company owner Tim Byrom said about the Keenes and their cargo-lift claim. Brint Construction did build the Keenes’ beach house and do the electrical…

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  • Prisoner Files $1 Trillion Lawsuit Over Belly Ache

    … Lawsuit In a hand-written one-page complaint, Maisano claims he was fed a “non-medical diet” that resulted in “cramps which caused the plaintiff to lose sleep.” This is far from the first outrageous lawsuit filed by Maisano, who is six years into a 15-year sentence for aggravated assault. In a related suit, he is suing for $10 trillion in damages…

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  • NY woman who admitted killing 3 kids seeks money

    … MINEOLA — A mentally disturbed suburban New York woman who drowned her three young children in a bathtub in 2008 wants a cut of $350,000 in wrongful death settlements obtained by the children’s fathers, attorneys said Friday. Leatrice Brewer, 33, was found not guilty because of mental disease or defect in the deaths of her children, so her…

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  • Most ridiculous lawsuits: Attorney drops lawsuit over Thunder tickets

    … Oklahoma City attorney Doug Friesen has dropped a lawsuit over Thunder tickets. He had claimed another fan backed out of an agreement to let him buy a third of her two season tickets. An Oklahoma City attorney has dropped his lawsuit over Thunder tickets, saying it wasn’t worth the pettiness. Doug Friesen in August asked an Oklahoma County judge…

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  • Most ridiculous lawsuits: Inmates sue major beer companies: The alcohol made us do it

    … on alcoholism and claiming that the companies are responsible because they don’t warn consumers that their products are addictive. Reminiscent of lawsuits filed against major tobacco companies in the mid-1990s, the litigation targets many of the same companies named in a lawsuit filed last February by an Indian tribe in South Dakota. In that case…

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  • Most ridiculous lawsuits: Ruling over bumper-car injury supports amusement park

    … The California Supreme Court says riders can’t sue over injuries stemming from the inherent nature of the attraction. ‘Those who voluntarily join in these activities also voluntarily take on their minor inherent risks,’ the court says. SAN FRANCISCO — The California Supreme Court, protecting providers of risky recreational activities from…

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  • Most ridicuous lawsuits: Rikers Island inmates cost city big $$ with ‘frivolous’ lawsuits

    … — including settlements of “frivolous” cases that would have cost more to fight in court. Sources said the situation is “out of control,” with a growing network of prisoners sharing the names of lawyers and even scrawling the attorneys’ contact info near the jail’s pay phones. “Once the lawsuit is created, even if it’s nonsense, they still get paid…

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  • Most ridiculous Lawsuits USA: Man’s ban from future museum site unconstitutional

    … A local man wants a judge to void the Aspen Art Museum’s ban that prevents him from stepping foot on property owned by the institution. Lee Mulcahy filed a lawsuit against Heidi Zuckerman Jacobson, the museum’s director and curator, in Pitkin County Court on Thursday. The lawsuit, which seeks $250, says his ban from the museum’s future location…

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