Tragic Loss: Family Granted $10 Million in Landmark Case Against Negligent CT Facility after Special Olympian’s Untimely Death

WATERBURY, Conn. – In a verdict that holds a Connecticut facility responsible for negligence, a jury has awarded a family $10 million following the death of a Special Olympian. The tragic incident occurred at the Oak Hill School in Waterbury, where the victim was attending a summer program. The lawsuit, filed by the family of the deceased athlete, claimed that the facility failed to provide proper safety measures and supervision, ultimately leading to the death of their loved one. The court heard that the victim’s medical condition required continuous monitoring, which was allegedly neglected by … Read more

Former Death Row Inmate Granted Life in Resentencing Hearing after 27 Years: Shocking Twist in Notorious Liberty City Case

MIAMI (AP) — In a stunning turn of events, Tavares Calloway, the convicted killer who was sentenced to death in 2010 for a heinous crime, has been given a chance at life. After a resentencing hearing on Thursday night, a jury recommended Calloway be sentenced to life in prison instead. The decision came 14 years after he was released from death row. The brutal crime took place in 1997 in a Liberty City apartment, where Calloway stormed in and subjected five men to a horrifying ordeal. He tied them up, taped their mouths shut, and … Read more

Mother Granted Estate Administration as Judge Declares Missing 5-Year-Old New Hampshire Girl Legally Dead, Weeks After Father’s Conviction

CONCORD, N.H. – A judge in New Hampshire has declared a missing 5-year-old girl legally dead, allowing her mother to assume administration of her estate. This decision comes shortly after the girl’s father was convicted of her murder. The news was made public in an order released by the probate judge on Tuesday, following a court appearance by the mother, Crystal Sorey. The judge determined that Sorey had provided sufficient evidence to demonstrate that her daughter, Harmony Montgomery, was the victim of a “catastrophic event” and that her body has not been found. This ruling … Read more

City of Chesterfield Granted New Trial in Lawsuit Over Left Turns, Challenging $2 Million Damages Verdict

CHESTERFIELD, Mo. – The city of Chesterfield is set to have a new trial in a lawsuit involving left turns, following a previous jury verdict that ordered the city to pay $2 million in damages. The lawsuit was originally filed in 2017 by Energy Marketing 709, the company behind a gas station seeking redevelopment. The company alleges that the city has impeded their efforts to redevelop a property due to its zoning policies. Specifically, Chesterfield approved an ordinance in 2014 that prohibited left turns to access points from Chesterfield Airport Road. According to an attorney … Read more