Outback Steakhouse Slip and Fall Lawsuit Results in $2.75M Federal Jury Verdict

A federal jury awarded $2.75 million to a plaintiff in a slip and fall case against Outback Steakhouse, a popular chain restaurant. The trial centered around the issue of causation and damages, after Outback admitted liability just before the trial began. The restaurant had been facing the possibility of an adverse inference against them for failing to preserve enough video evidence. The incident occurred at an Outback Steakhouse in Southington, Connecticut. The plaintiff alleged that they slipped and fell due to a hazardous condition on the premises, resulting in serious injuries. The jury deliberated and … Read more

Florida’s Red Flag Law Comes Under Scrutiny Amid Rising Gun Deaths and Mixed Results on Mass Shootings

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Florida’s red flag law, implemented in response to the devastating shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, aims to prevent potential crimes by allowing the state to seize firearms from individuals deemed at risk. Since the law’s passage, over 12,000 people have temporarily lost access to their weapons based on reports received from concerned family members or friends, as state records indicate. Under this legislation, a judge can issue a temporary risk protection order, preventing a gun owner from having access to their firearms. These weapons can then be placed in … Read more

Conservative Attorney John Eastman Faces Disbarment in California Over Role in Challenging 2020 Election Results

Los Angeles, California – Conservative attorney John Eastman could face disbarment in California for his involvement in creating a legal strategy aimed at helping former President Donald Trump maintain power after losing the 2020 election. The recommendation for disbarment was made by State Bar Court of California Judge Yvette Roland in a 128-page ruling on Wednesday. If the California Supreme Court upholds the recommendation, Eastman’s law license would be placed on “involuntary inactive” status. Eastman would also be required to pay $10,000 in monetary sanctions to the State Bar of California Client Security Fund, as … Read more

New Study Reveals Surprising Results About Zip Code Impact on Super Purchases

Madison, Wisconsin – Residents in Madison, Wisconsin are facing challenges when it comes to purchasing products online. Many residents have reported difficulties in completing online purchases due to issues with the website’s form. The website requires users to enter their state, zip code, and country in order to finalize a purchase. However, the form is not functioning properly, making it impossible for many residents to complete their transactions. The problem lies in the dropdown menus on the website’s form. Users are unable to select their state, zip code, and country from the provided options. This … Read more