Chef Shown Gruesome Photo Files Lawsuit

A chef has filed a lawsuit against a New York City restaurant, claiming that when he asked for W-2 forms to report his taxes, his employer showed him a gruesome photo of a person whose fingers had been chopped off as a warning for him to keep quiet. The lawsuit, filed by Alfred Lolange, who had been hired as executive chef at Z-Two Diner & Lounge in Staten Island, is seeking an unspecified amount in damages Read More

Subaru Legacy, Outback Recalled for Steering Malfunction

Subaru announced a recall this week of 5,400 of its 2013 Legacy and Outback model cars in the United States due to a mechanical issue that may cause drivers to lose steering control. According to the recall announcement, the steering shaft in the vehicles consists of two pieces which can separate, causing the driver to lose the ability to steer. The defect was discovered in Subaru's Indiana factory, and auto Read More

Man Sues Police for Sober DUI Arrest

A man in Arizona who was arrested and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol even after a breathalyzer test indicated that he was sober has filed a lawsuit claiming a violation of his civil rights. The suit was filed by 64-year-old Jessie Thornton against the Surprise Police Department. Thornton, who is seeking $500,000, claims his traffic stop and arrest constitutes racial profiling. Thornton was Read More

Parents Sue After Son Killed by Falling Sign

The parents of a 10-year-old boy who was killed by a falling sign at an Alabama airport have filed a lawsuit against several companies responsible for designing, constructing and installing the sign, according to court documents. The suit was filed by the Bresette family, who claim a sign at Birmingham-Shuttlesworth airport wasn't secure and that contractors knew it posed a safety hazard. Nine contractors, Read More