Renzenberger Inc. hired a recidivist felon with a 30 year-history of crime, but without a commercial driver's license, and the man, Brandon J. Bradshaw, raped a woman he was hired to drive, she claims in Denver County Court.
Isuzu made and sold cars with rear center seats with lap belts instead of shoulder restraints, and a woman was paralyzed by a broken back in a rollover accident because of it, she claims in Salt Lake County Court. She also sues Takata Restraint Systems.
A patient claims she was raped by Evergreen Healthcare employee Heathcliff Warren while participating in a sleep study, in King County Court, Seattle.
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