Macy’s Will Pay $75K to Settle Disability Discrimination Lawsuit

After experiencing disability discrimination, a former Macy’s employee was recently awarded $75,000 to settled the lawsuit they filed against the popular retailer. The lawsuit was originally filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and in it the federal agency “charged Macy’s with firing an asthmatic employee, rather than excuse a one-day absence the employee needed to address emergency complications arising from her disability.” As a result of Macy’s misconduct, the EEOC claimed the retailer “violated the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).”


Family Files Wrongful Death Lawsuit After Girl Dies in School Bus Fire

A wrongful death lawsuit has been filed by the family of a girl “who died in a school bus fire” in Iowa. The suit itself was filed against the Riverside Community School District and alleges wrongful death and negligence. But what happened? Well, back on December 12, bus driver Donald Hendricks, 74, picked Megan Klindt, 16, up for school when the “bus backed into a ditch across from the girl’s home.” While trying to get out of the ditch, the bus caught fire.


Fox Television Host Laura Ingraham Sued by Former Assistant

For some 16 months, Karolina Wilson worked as a personal assistant to Fox television host Laura Ingraham. Wilson, writes The Washington Post, handled the celebrity anchor’s scheduling, checked and arranged her travel plans. She did what she could to make Ingraham’s life less hectic, down to sending e-mails and collaborating with household staff. The demands


Bitter Democrats Sue Trump Campaign, Russia, Claiming Conspiracy to Sabotage Hillary Clinton’s Candidacy

Late last week, the Democratic National Committee launched a multimillion-dollar lawsuit against the Trump campaign, WikiLeaks organization, and Russian government. Alleging that the three actors collaborated to sabotage Hillary Clinton’s candidacy and skew the 2016 presidential election in favor of Donald Trump, the Committee is hoping to recoup some of its damages. Filed in federal



Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed by Family of Boy Who Drowned at Camp

Losing a child before their time is something no parent should ever have to experience. Sadly, it happens often and just as often wrongful death lawsuits are filed as a result. For example, the family of a five-year-old boy who drowned while at a summer camp recently filed a wrongful death lawsuit. The tragic accident occurred in July 2017 at Camp Cricket at the Cochran Mill Nature Center. According to the lawsuit and police reports from the time, the boy, Benjamin ‘Kamau’ Hosch III, “was missing for 45 minutes before anyone realized he was gone.” His body was eventually found in a pond by police who had shown up to help search for him. An autopsy report revealed that he had drowned.


Wonderful Citrus Packing LLC Accused of Age Discrimination

Discrimination is an unpleasant experience that no one should ever have to endure. Unfortunately, it’s also a common occurrence, especially in the workplace. One man in Tulare County, James K. Jordan, recently had an experience with age discrimination and filed a lawsuit as a result. According to his lawsuit, Jordan alleges “he was terminated from his job at a citrus company because of his age after 30 years” with Wonderful Citrus Packing LLC, a citrus packing company. The lawsuit itself was filed late last month in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California.