February 2, 2010
The American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts filed a civil rights lawsuit yesterday against the City of Boston and three Boston police officers on behalf of a man who was arrested for video recording police officers making an arrest near Boston Common in 2007.
Simon Glick, 33, has said he was walking on Tremont Street on Oct. 1, 2007, when he saw three police officers making an arrest. He heard another man apparently yelling, “You are hurting him, stop.’’ Glick, thinking that police might have been using excessive force, pulled out his cellphone and began to record the arrest.
Read Article: Boston.Com
Although Cleveland fire investigators have yet to announce the cause of the blast, the lawsuit filed in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court claims that Dominion and the California-based company, EZ Access Funding, are to blame.
Read Article: Metro Cleveland.Com
A Jefferson County jury has found Christus St. Mary Hospital negligent in its treatment of a 41-year-old woman who died of a heart attack within hours of an emergency room visit.
In the verdict, filed Jan. 21, the jury found that the Port Arthur hospital along with Dr. Michael Peterson committed “willful or wanton negligence,” in their treatment of Stacy Meaux.
Read Article: Beaumontenterprise.Com
The family of a Houston woman whose car sped through a stop sign and smashed into a cement wall, killing her on impact a week before Christmas, filed what is likely the third acceleration-related wrongful death lawsuit against Toyota in the nation Monday.
Trina Renee Harris, a 34-year-old mother of two, died on impact when her 2009 Toyota Corolla slammed into an East Hardy Toll Road cement divider at Barry, leaving no skid marks, Houston police reported.
Read Article: Chron
A lawsuit seeking more than $50 million in damages has been filed by a man in behalf of his son, a Cape Coral police officer, who is recovering from massive head injuries.
The lawsuit was filed for Enrique Caballero in behalf of his son, officer Damien Garcia, 26.
Garcia was critically injured in a June 2 crash involving his police motorcycle and a Lincoln sport utility vehicle on Cultural Park Boulevard in Cape Coral.
The driver of the SUV, Josephine Pierce, 51, and her husband, Thomas Pierce, are named as defendants in the lawsuit.
Read Article: News Press.Com
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