Eight-year-old Treasure Brighon lingered for two months in a hospital before succumbing to injuries from a fire that ripped through her family's East Side apartment and killed two other people in 2016.
Her family, in a lawsuit, claimed their out-of-town landlord didn't provide working smoke detectors in the home.
A woman who suffered a debilitating neck injury while at work has accused an insurance company who denied her benefits of hiring a doctor that it knew would dispute her injury claim.
Kristi Thompson alleges that National Union Fire Insurance Co. of Pittsburgh hired Dr. Paul Cederberg because Cederberg routinely finds in favor of insurance companies seeking to deny benefits.
Great advice from out friends at Indiana Electric Cooperatives.
For an inexperienced teenaged driver, wrecking the family car is almost a rite of passage. The only way for young drivers to gain experience is by getting behind the wheel and putting miles behind them.
Some dangers, though, cannot be learned from personal “experience.” Take this example: an accident involving a utility pole. How the driver and passengers handle themselves in those moments after the car comes to a stop may mean the difference between life and death.
Residents in a senior living center in Santa Rosa have filed suit against the facility's owners, claiming that staffers abandoned them in the face of last month's devastating wildfire. In a lawsuit filed Monday in Sonoma County Superior Court, four residents of the now-destroyed Villa Capri assisted living center said they were abandoned by the staff, along with “other residents in wheelchairs, and other residents with dementia who were physically and cognitively incapable of escaping a burning building without assistance.”