Category Archives for Social responsibility

Homless people who require service animals discriminated!

Legal news for California social disability attorneys. Los Angeles area homeless shelters sued over not allowing service animals to stay with owners. California disability attorney’s alerts disability

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Tennessee Attorney General settles hurricane gas gouging lawsuit!

27 Middle Tennessee and Knoxville area gas stations defrauded hurricane victims. Nashville, TN(JusticeNewsFlash.com)–the Tennessee Attorney General has agreed to settle consumer complaints alleging

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Count Me In Corp. sued for stealing millions from hundreds of Little Leagues

Count Me In Corp. won’t pay millions owed to hundreds of American Little Leagues. Lawsuits filed against Count Me In across the country for stealing millions. Bay Area consumer fraud lawyers say consumer

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18 toy related deaths says U.S. Federal government-how do we keep kids safe?

JusticeNewsFlash.com (JNF) provides a forum for lawyers, reporters and other professionals to communicates with consumers in their communities. 170,000 toy related injuries treated in U.S. Hospital emergency

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Palm Beach burn injury lawyers say holiday fires cause deaths in U.S. homes

South Florida injury attorneys for Justice say Americans are burned every year. Holiday fires are preventable according to U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. December 19, 2008, West Palm Beach, FL

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President-Elect Barack Obama named person of the year by TIME

History could not wait. TIME magazine has named President-Elect Barack Obama person of the year. December 18, 2008, West Palm Beach FL (JusticeNewsFlash.com) Florida government and headline news correspondents

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Toddler breaks into Texas store to play with toys in wee morning hours

December 15, 2008, Dallas, TX (JusticeNewsFlash.com)–Breaking news: A Family Dollar store silent alarm alerted authorities in Beaumont at approximately 3 a.m. this morning. Local authorities responded

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New England worst ice storm in 10 years leaves hundreds of thousands without power

Hundreds of thousands without power Friday morning in New Hampshire, Maine and Vermont. New Hampshire’s Department of Emergency Management says half without power December 12, 2008, New York, NY (JusticeNewsFlahsh.com)–JNF

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Daytona Beach Lawyers Helps Keep Spruce Creek High School’s Boy’s Volleyball Season Alive

Recently, it came to the attention of Rue & Ziffra that the Spruce Creek High School boy’s volleyball season might be cancelled due to budget cuts that have been forcing schools to discontinue extracurricular

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