Rent Control Laws in California

There was this lady in New York who felt that her landlord didn’t have the right to kick her out of her apartment since her legal guardian was the previous tenant. Under current succession laws in that state, Maria DeTommaso (the 63-year-old woman that had lived in...

Already Too Many DUI Wrongful Deaths in 2014

It’s really sad to say, but there have been a larger number drunk driving deaths already in 2014. It’s even sadder to say that many of these deaths were people who didn’t deserve to die. But, because someone chose to be careless and irresponsible while drinking then...

Contraceptives are Killing Women

If a drug does what it’s supposed to do and may possibly have what we like to call ‘bonus benefits’, people who need it jump for joy. That’s how 24-year-old Carissa Ubersox from Madison Wisconsin felt about the birth control pill Yaz. She’d heard that it helped with...

Meal Breaks in California

In California, employers are required to give you a 30-minute lunch break. These breaks are supposed to be off duty, meaning that an employee is free to leave the property if he or she pleases. In the event that the employer doesn’t allow you a break, they have to pay...

Defining Insurance Bad Faith

Insurance bad faith means the unfair or disrespectful behavior of an insurance company when they turn away from an insurance claim that they should clearly pay. In addition to not paying you what you deserve, an insurance company’s unprofessional delay in issuing you...

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