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Laurence Banville

Pennsylvania Attorney General Files Suit Over Stucco Construction Defects

Pennsylvania’s Attorney General’s Office has filed a stucco construction lawsuit against the David Cutler Group, a residential developer accused of pawning off numerous poorly-built houses on unsuspecting buyers. Dozens of families have also taken to court, pursuing civil actions against stucco […]

Laurence Banville

Seventh-Day Adventist Schools Under Fire Over Child Abuse Claims

Two former students of a Seventh-day Adventist boarding school in West Virginia have decided to come forward, the Washington Post reports, filing civil lawsuits over years of horrific physical and emotional abuse. Their allegations are shocking, but in the light […]

Laurence Banville

Minor League Baseball Class Action Proceeds On Unpaid Overtime Claims

After three long years of legal battle, minor league baseball players have finally won the right to pursue a class action lawsuit over what they call unfair wage and labor practices. On March 7, 2017, a federal judge in San […]

Laurence Banville

Massage Envy Hit With 3 New Sexual Assault Lawsuits

Sex abuse survivors are beginning to step forward, leveling troubling allegations against Massage Envy, a chain of massage spas with locations throughout the United States. In a growing series of sex abuse lawsuits, survivors across the country say Massage Envy […]

Chrissie Cole

CDC Mobile Apps You Should Know About

Did you know that The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides several mobile apps for a variety of devices that can be extremely useful and easy to use for safety information and updates on the go? Below is […]

Chrissie Cole

2014 List: Worst Cities for Spring Allergies

With spring time upon us the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) released an annual list of the top 100 U.S. ‘Allergy Capitals.’ In the report the AAFA ranks cities based on analysis from several factors included but not […]

Chrissie Cole

Man, 84, Suing City After Alercation Over Jaywalking

A Manhattan man, 84, was left bruised, bleeding and humiliated by NYPD officers during a jaywalking ticket. That man is now preparing to file a $5 million lawsuit. The man has lived in the same neighborhood for almost five decades […]

Chrissie Cole

Thanksgiving Safety Tips In The Kitchen

It’s hard to believe that Thanksgiving is less than a month away. And, that it is known to be the leading day for home cooking fires. With that in mind we created a short safety checklist for turkey day cooking. Safety […]

Chrissie Cole

Computer Safety Tips: How To Avoid Theft

The more we turn to the Internet to perform our daily functions – from work to banking to emails to communicating with schools and business associates – the more vigilant we need to be, as consumers, to ensure that our […]

Chrissie Cole

Tornado Safety Tips

Tornadoes occur around the world; over 1000 a year, happen in the US alone. The death toll can range from single digits to the hundreds. The period in which tornadoes are known to strike is March through August. Keeping death […]