SAN JOAQUIN – A Stockton man alleges that he has ongoing health issues because of a bariatric surgical procedure done in 2016.
News from December 2018
SAN FRANCISCO – A driver alleges he was injured in a collision in San Francisco.
SAN JOAQUIN – An insurance company is seeking more than $10,000 from a San Joaquin County woman.
SAN FRANCISCO – A woman alleges she was injured at a San Francisco pharmacy because of liquid on the floor.
An attorney has filed a lawsuit in the San Francisco Superior Court against a government program he claims is collecting DNA from innocent people.
SAN FRANCISCO – A mobile and Web application development service provider alleges that a client failed to pay it in full.
SAN FRANCISCO – A case over privacy concerns with the toll system at the Golden Gate Bridge belongs in state court, a federal appellate court has ruled.
SAN FRANCISCO – On Dec. 13, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit affirmed, vacated and remanded an Affordable Care Act case a handful of states filed against a number of federal agencies over regulations that would exempt religious employers from a contraceptive care policy.
SAN FRANCISCO – An insurance company is seeking damages from the driver an owner of a car over a San Francisco collision that injured a worker.
SAN FRANCISCO – The owner of a 23rd Street, San Francisco property alleges a tenant moved out and instead subletted the unit.
FRESNO – A driver alleges another motorist's failure to yield caused a collision in Fresno County.
FRESNO – A driver alleges she was injured when her vehicle was rear-ended on state Route 41.
FRESNO – A New York corporation alleges that it is owed money for two agreements made with Fresno County business and others.
SAN FRANCISCO – A woman alleges she fell at a San Francisco medical facility because of a raised area in the lot entrance.
SAN FRANCISCO – Two San Francisco residents are seeking damages from Santa Rosa residents over a collision in San Francisco.
An American cereal company was under fire with a class-action suit claiming that General Mills uses trans fats in the form of partially hydrogenated oils (PHOs) in their baking mix products, but a judge granted a motion to dismiss.
Even as attorneys for BNSF Railway Co. concede that the company failed to safeguard some of its equipment, they argued during opening statements of a trial where a former laborer suffered serious impairment that they should not be held liable for injuries that they insist are nowhere near as grave as the victim contends.
A court ordered for Amstar hotel to make back-payments for an employee pension plan that it had no idea was underfunded when it acquired the Ohana Hotel Company’s assets.
FRESNO – A wheelchair user alleges her wheelchair was not properly secured on a Fresno bus.