According to victims, at least four automakers dismissed the dangers of Takata airbags for years, but refused to replace them.
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Crawford County Memorial Hospital recently released medical malpractice settlement documents related to its pay out to widower Eugene Christiansen.
Taneesha Crooks and Anthony Brown filed a class action lawsuit against Rady Children’s hospital, stating that they received harassing phone calls.
The Arkansas Supreme Court has struck down Fayetteville’s ordinance, citing there is no specific LGBT protections under the state law.