Attorneys for one of the NFL’s highest-paid defensive players announced a lawsuit Tuesday alleging Bank of America “aided and abetted” a fraud scheme that cost him $20 million.
An L.A. jury has awarded $28.2 million to a woman who said treatment delays by Kaiser Permanent doctors cost her a leg.
Steve Carmine is accused of saying 18-year-old Michael Brown “got what he deserved” when he was shot and killed by a police officer.
Parents and teachers at a California school district where celebrities including Cindy Crawford have removed their children over fears about PCBs filed a lawsuit Monday demanding all caulk containing elevated levels of the contaminant be removed.
The jury awarded $1.9 million to 34-year-old Officer George Diego Thursday and over $2 million to 35-year-old Officer Allan Corrales.
A man removed from his job at Mount St. Mary’s University is suing the women’s college, saying he was fired for dancing with a student of another race.
A Los Angeles Times investigation a decade ago called into question much of the evidence in Bruce Lisker’s trial.
A proposed class action lawsuit alleges consumers face a serious health threat from dozens of California wineries due to extremely elevated levels of poisonous inorganic arsenic.
The parent accused the teacher of using the N word, said “black people were not smart,” as well as suggesting teen Michael Brown, shot to death by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri “got what he deserved.”
Justin Bieber’s former neighbor claims in a lawsuit filed Thursday that the pop singer spit in his face and terrorized his family with loud parties, drug use and aggressive driving.
The family of a 63-year-old man that was killed by a homeless man abandoned their lawsuit against the City of Long Beach on Tuesday.
A third patient is suing a medical device maker, blaming the company for the superbug that recently broke out at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, infecting at least seven patients and killing two.
The two women were among 30 passengers injured when a Metrolink commuter train struck a pickup truck stuck on the tracks in Oxnard Feb. 24.
Two teachers at an Agoura Hills daycare center allegedly disciplined young boys by pressing push pins into their legs, according to a lawsuit.
Owners of two properties in Venice and in the Del Rey neighborhood faced legal action Monday for allegedly serving for years as centers for drug sales and other criminal activity.