Two Dozen Cattlemen and Beef Suppliers Seek to Join Suit Against Kane Beef

About two dozen beef suppliers and cattlemen recently decided to join a federal Packers and Stockyards Act lawsuit filed by “livestock sellers that claim Kane Beef Processors LLC owes them millions of dollars.” It turns out, Kane Beef Processors LLC, based in Corpus Christi, has been paying $500,000 each month to settle with the cattlemen and beef suppliers, but new businesses have stepped forward arguing they have a “cause to join the case.”

Negligence Lawsuit Filed Against Unlicensed Pittsfield Township Daycare After Toddler Drowning

If you’re a parent with a child in daycare, chances are you have a level of expectation that your child will be well cared for while you’re away. Unfortunately, accidents happen, and sometimes those accidents result in lawsuits. For example, the family of a toddler who drowned back on October 16, 2016, at an unlicensed Pittsfield Township daycare filed a lawsuit yesterday against “a number of people connected to the property.” The toddler was 22-month-old Annie Mae Flynn.

Lawsuit Accuses Torrance Unified School Officials of Ignoring Autistic Student’s Sexual Abuse

Three middle school officials in the Torrance Unified School District are under fire in a new lawsuit filed against the district claiming the officials “failed to follow up on allegations of sexual abuse by a group of male pupils against an autistic female student.” The suit itself was filed in Los Angeles Superior Court and alleges that “Calle Mayor Middle School principal David Mosley, assistant principal James Ashikawa and special education teacher William Kealey violated state law” when they failed to file a police report of suspected child abuse.

Civil Lawsuit Targets Gwinnett County Walmart After Fatal Shooting

The wife of a man killed outside a Walmart store in Gwinnett County filed a wrongful death lawsuit earlier this week against the popular retailer and the man who shot and killed her husband, Fadil Delkic. According to the civil suit, which was filed in Gwinnett County State Court by Delkic’s wife, Bahra Delkic, Fadil was fatally shot on August 19 after a dispute with Troy Hunte, “who has since been charged with murder.”

Portland Rental Management Company Forks Over $105K to Settle Lawsuit Filed by Former Tenant

A&G Rental Management, a rental management company in Portland recently agreed to settle a lawsuit filed by a former tenant for $105,000. The suit was filed earlier this year and alleged that the former tenant, Aleina Langford, lived in “deplorable living conditions that included hypodermic needles, rats and overflowing garbage at her Southeast Portland apartment complex.” To make matters worse, her attorney, Michael Fuller, claimed the rental management company sent a “collection agency after her seeking more than $1,500 in so-called bogus charges.”

Louisville Metro Police at the Center of a Federal Wrongful Death Lawsuit

Earlier this year on April 24, Demonjhea Jordan fled the scene of a robbery and allegedly pointed his handgun at police officers in a Portland neighborhood. In response, one of those Louisville Metro Police officers “fired his gun through the window of his squad car,” killing Jordan, who was 21-years-old at the time. As a result of the fatal shooting, Jordan’s mother and father filed a wrongful death lawsuit earlier this month in Jefferson County Court, though it was moved to federal court yesterday.