Civil Rights Law

Lehrman Law Files Lawsuit Against Spirit Airlines for Failing to Protect Passenger from Sexual Assault

April 24, 2024

Boca Raton, Florida – A passenger, identified as Jane Doe, filed a lawsuit against Spirit Airlines alleging that she was sexually assaulted by another passenger on the flight. The victim alleges that she sustained severe physical and emotional injuries from being assaulted during the flight and that Spirit could have prevented this abuse. The lawsuit,…

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Revolutionizing Victim Empowerment: Law Firms Join Twentyfour-Seven Inc. in Pioneering Financial Freedom for Trafficking Victims

April 10, 2024

Clewiston, Florida – Twentyfour-Seven Inc. is spearheading a revolutionary initiative that promises not only to redefine the financial empowerment of human trafficking victims but also to offer law firms a unique partnership opportunity. By seamlessly integrating the Twentyfour-Seven Anti-Trafficking QR Code® into settlements under the Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA), Twentyfour-Seven is offering a sustainable…

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Veterans Lawyer Calls for VA to Fix Glitches Affecting Disability Claims System

March 28, 2024

Northville, Michigan – Last year, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced the discovery of additional technical issues with its online disability claims system, impacting tens of thousands of veterans. The revelation came after VA officials disclosed two weeks prior that 32,000 disability claims had been lost due to similar glitches dating back to 2018.…

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Brill Legal Group Advocates for Westchester Cop Fired for Upholding the Law After Ticketing a Lawyer Who Presented a PBA Courtesy Card

March 19, 2024

New York, New York – A Westchester County rookie police officer, Joseph Saetta, who allegedly lost his job for issuing a ticket disregarding a presented Police Benevolence Association (PBA) courtesy card, is now seeking justice. Represented by New York defense attorney, Peter Brill of the Brill Legal Group, the former cop has filed a federal…

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Nematzadeh PLLC and Cocounsel File Antitrust Class Action Complaint Against Major Tire Manufacturers

March 19, 2024

New York, New York – Nematzadeh PLLC and cocounsel have announced the filing of an antitrust class action lawsuit in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, on behalf of Frank Novak, against some of the world’s largest tire manufacturers. The defendants include, without limitation, Continental, Michelin, Nokian Tyres, Goodyear,…

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Sommers Schwartz Files Lawsuit Over Erroneous Ovarian Cancer Diagnosis, Highlights Importance of Second Opinions

March 12, 2024

Detroit, Michigan – In a pivotal legal action that underscores the critical importance of accurate medical diagnoses, Sommers Schwartz, P.C., has filed a lawsuit on behalf of a client who was mistakenly diagnosed and treated for ovarian cancer. Attorney Richard Groffsky is leading the charge in this case, which serves as a stark reminder of…

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Defense Firm, Patituce & Associates, Delivers Three Notable Acquittals Led by Attorneys Meehan, Patituce, and Schwartz

February 12, 2024

Cleveland, Ohio – In a remarkable display of legal finesse and dedication to justice, the defense team at Patituce & Associates secured three significant acquittals in high-profile cases, spearheaded by attorneys Catherine Meehan, Joseph Patituce, and Aaron Schwartz. In the first case their client, Mr. Valenti, was accused of inappropriate behavior towards a minor, Attorney…

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Physicians for Informed Consent Files Amicus Curiae Brief with Supreme Court of the United States to End Vaccine Mandates for Schoolchildren

January 18, 2024

Newport Beach, California – Physicians for Informed Consent (PIC), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit educational organization focused on science and statistics, has filed an amicus curiae brief in support of Connecticut parents’ right of informed refusal to vaccinate their schoolchildren in the case We The Patriots USA v. Connecticut Office Of Early Childhood Development (United States Supreme Court…

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Physicians for Informed Consent Files New Lawsuit to Challenge Medical Board’s Claimed Authority to Censor California Doctors’ Speech

January 3, 2024

Newport Beach, California – Physicians for Informed Consent (PIC), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit educational organization, has filed a new first amendment lawsuit in federal court—together with co-plaintiffs Children’s Health Defense, Pierre Kory, MD, and Brian Tyson, MD.  The new case, Kory v. Bonta, 2:24-cv-00001-DJC-AC, in the Eastern District of California is the companion case to PIC’s…

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Steinberg Law Firm Spreads Holiday Cheer to Local Nursing Home Residents

December 22, 2023

Summerville, South Carolina – In the spirit of togetherness that defines the holiday season, Steinberg Law Firm has taken an uplifting initiative to spread cheer among the elderly residents of a Dorchester County nursing home. In a heartwarming display of Holiday spirit and generosity, the staff of Steinberg Law Firm, including attorneys and marketing staff…

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