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While the Boy Scouts were once seen as an honorable organization, many of their headlines are now marred with sexual assault settlements. Predators often hide within spaces that are assumed to be safe and in positions associated with authority and trust. The Boy Scouts are not exempt from this sick strategy.Recently, the Boy Scouts of America organization filed Chapter 11

The woman who sued McDonald’s for serving her coffee that was too hot in the drive-thru is perhaps the most famous personal injury case in the country. However, many don’t know the true story.While the McDonald’s Hot Coffee Lawsuit is the poster child for frivolous lawsuits and how “you can sue for anything nowadays,” this was actually all part of

Whether you take your motorcycle to work daily or you’re on a long-distance road trip, you may want to know if lane splitting is legal in California. Lane splitting is when a motorcyclist rides down the middle of the road between lanes.Lane splitting is typically done to save time and to get the rider to their destination faster, and it’s

You may have noticed that traffic in Huntington Beach was heavy on the evening of Saturday, Sept. 11. This is because a crash occurred between a motorcycle and a car, resulting in one fatality.Motorists driving down the Pacific Coast Highway noticed a motorcycle driving erratically and popping wheelies. They were then witness to a horrific accident where the motorcycle colliding

To a passenger, an Uber/Lyft ride is all about convenience and comfort. But to the drivers, it is so much more than that; it’s their livelihood, so they try to act their best during each and every booking they get.When your passenger is disrespectful, condescending, or rude, being polite while navigating the roads can become difficult. This is why we

Just last month marked 40 years since one of the most deadly and injurious building collapses in American history. With the recent collapse of the Surfside Condominium in Miami, it seems people are just now realizing how serious negligence in design and construction is.

On July 17, 1981, the hotel chain was hosting a public dance when two suspended walkways