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CASE NUMBER 2001-10589
On the morning of 29 April 2001, I was performing duties at Gunter Air Forces Base, Montgomery Al, as a law enforcement officer. At 0001 hours I proceeded to the Dalraita street gate to assist Airman First Class (A1C) Hudson in closing the gate for the night. While closing the gate, the 500 lb. gate came off the rollers falling on top of A1C Hudson and myself. A1C Hudson received several burses and a pinched nerve in her upper back. I received low back strain and a torn rotator cup in my right shoulder. About a week prier to the incident Civil Engineering had worked on the gate and stated that the gate was repaired after many complaints and attempts to get them to repair the gate.
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CASE NUMBER 2001-10584
i watched 2 children for this women on 2 different days. for a sum total of 12 hrs. We had a verbal contract for $5 for under 5 hrs and $10 for over 5 hrs. When i went to collect my pay for watching these children i was argued with as to whether i had ever watched them at all. It was agreed that i had and that i should be payed. I have tried to collect several times and have been told ' we don't have the money' I then made an agreement with her for reimbursment in the form of $20 worth of cd-r's. it has been 4 weeks since this agreement was made and i have recieved nor heard anything. also this women has been slandering my children. After her child broke my childs arm. I am seeking $20 for the amount owed and a cesation of all negsative comments about my children.
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CASE NUMBER 2001-10583
On leaving the store there was an overhang over the entrance.A large chunk of ice fell on my shoulder knocking me down. Getting up I continued on my way home. After I got home I looked at my shoulder and it was cut and bruised and hurt very much. Returning to the store with my daughter and camera took pictures of the ice still on roof getting ready to fall. I told the assistant manager he then, went out and cleaned the remaining ice off the overhang.The manager told me to go to the doctors so, I went to the emergency room because by then I could not move my arm.Nothing was broken but, it continued to be quite sore for about four months.
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CASE NUMBER 2001-10582
While being a roommate with the defendant, we decided to pay half for Phone, TV, and DirecTV. The defendant has not paid me back after 2-3 months after moving back out. The defendant has only made two payments in witch where when she was living in the residence. I am asking for the amount of 120.21 plus interest of 5% for every two weeks the defendant does not pay.
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CASE NUMBER 2001-10579
My company was informed of a pre-approved 150,000.00 lease to purchase machining equipment. This was no gimmick.They assured us everything was O.K. .We started to proceed with our agreed transaction. Come to find out the defendants are only brokers, and jobbed out credit info collecting to several lending institutions and these lenders jobbed out to more lenders.This hit my triple A credit rating and shredded to pieces. The only alternitive, was to go with another leasing company that because of my now bad credit rating, my company over eight month period,lost millons of dollars and distroyed customer relations.
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CASE NUMBER 2001-10578
1 month ago a car crashed and damaged the living room wall and made a hole of 8ft wide and 4ft tall. The damage was not repaired in a timely fashion after the landlord told us the repair would be done immediately within a week. At first they said we would get a rent reduction but later told us we wouldn't. It has been about a month and we've been living with a big hole in our wall with bits of pieces of the wall laying on the living room floor. We cannot use half of our whole living room due to this hole. We think we should get a rent reduction prorated to the number of days it takes for the repair to take place.
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CASE NUMBER 2001-10577
Mrs. Plaintiff, age 42,was a working mom employed full time as an Operating Room nurse. On 1/24/99 she was smashed in the forehead by another passenger's hard edged briefcase weighing 35 lbs, while seated on a commercial plane. It dropped from the overhead luggage bin during the steep ascent phase of take-off, due to flight attendant negligence in failing to securely latch all bin doors as required by the FAA. She was dazed, disoriented and vomited repeatedly in flight. Since the inicident she has suffered intense, throbbing migraine headache; blurry vision; dizziness; nausea; insomnia; fatigue; depression. All symptoms are made much worse by trying to read, focus her vision or concentrate, so she cannot return to work as a surgical nurse. Her medical expenses are $25,000. She will lose $60,000 per year in salary and benefits until such time, if ever, she can return to work.
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CASE NUMBER 2001-10576
Account was canceled without notification to me about my violation. I doubt i had a violation and I think I should still have an account.
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