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CASE NUMBER 2006-11564
The defendent was supposed to have fixed my car and within three months the parts that he fixed broke down and the car no longer worked.
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CASE NUMBER 2006-11563
On Friday night June 23,2006, I put money on the bar that I was standing at and went to talk to a friend. After ten minutes I returned to the bar and my money was missing. The Gentlemen that was sitting beside me was nolonger there. I questioned the bar tender and he said the man sitting next to me took the money. I went to the mens room and he was there. I came right out and asked him if he took my money and he put both hands on my chest and pushed me and said get out of my way. I then grabed him and put him up against the wall and told him to give me back my money or get out of the bar. He left.A few weeks ago I found out he was bringing me to court for assult and for causing him all medical problems. I want to counter sue for him assulting me and stealing my money.
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CASE NUMBER 2006-11562
My ex-wife and I half joint custody (one week on, and one week off). My fiance ran into my 10 year son at the public pool alone. He said that he had been there with out any supervision for 3 1/2 hours. When I talked to my exwife, she minimized the situation by denying he was there that long and that the pool staff were watching him. The pool staff are all teenagers who wouldn't do anything if he bursted into flames. Is this negligence?
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CASE NUMBER 2006-11561
Husband served me with divorce papers in 2004, we have community property, not children.
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CASE NUMBER 2006-11560
While enjoying a very expensive dinner at Jackson's Steakhouse in Ft. lauderdale, Fl, My son was snacking on his sugar stick that came with a capuccino only to find it had a roach imbedded in it. Unfortunately, he had consumed half of the roach already. He was extremely sickened by this as was everyone else in the table. The manager was apologetic and comped the meal. Somehow I do not feel that was enough.
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CASE NUMBER 2006-11559
My 11 day old son died as a proximate result of inadequate care during childbirth
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CASE NUMBER 2006-11558
I checked into the Cupertino Inn on the morning of February 5, 2006. After moving my luggage into my room on the second floor, I decided to take the stairs down to the lobby to get some lunch. Unbeknownst to me, the stairs had recently been cleaned and were extremely wet—there were no warning signs; the area was also dimly lit so that the water was not clearly visible. As a result, I slipped on my second step, falling down an entire flight of stairs. I broke my left arm and right leg and suffered severe bruising to my head. I still suffer routine aches throughout my body even after my two week stay in the hospital. I am now suing Cupertino Inn for negligence, $50,000 in compensatory damages, and $600,000 in punitive damages.
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CASE NUMBER 2006-11557
CIVIL RIGHTS CASE WARRANTLESS ARREST WITHIN A HOME FALSE ARREST FALSE IMPRISONMENT
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