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Monthly Archives: April 2020

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Princess Cruises Sued After Guests Come Down With Coronavirus

By Livingston & Flowers, P.L.L.C. |

The cruise lines have had a tough run of it lately. Not only did President Trump announce that they would not be eligible for bailouts since they fly under the flags of foreign countries, but Princess Cruises is now facing a series of lawsuits after several of their guests tested positive for the coronavirus…. Read More »

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Amazon Faces Lawsuits Over Amazon Ring Doorbell

By Livingston & Flowers, P.L.L.C. |

Amazon is facing a class-action lawsuit brought by plaintiff John Baker Orange. Orange alleges that a hacker broke into the video doorbell and spoke to his children. The lawsuit lists breach of privacy as the injury, but it could very well have been a lot worse. If the hacker was able to breach the… Read More »

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Family Sues After Airport Worker Killed in Baggage Accident

By Livingston & Flowers, P.L.L.C. |

The family of Kendrick Darrell Hudson has filed a lawsuit against the city of Charlotte and American Airlines after their son was killed in a baggage vehicle accident. According to the report, Hudson was running luggage on a vehicle called a tug when he attempted to avoid some other luggage that had fallen on… Read More »

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Lax Security Blamed for Murder of Seniors at Retirement Community

By Livingston & Flowers, P.L.L.C. |

Lax security is being blamed for the deaths of as many as seven residents at a North Texas senior home. The senior home served as the hunting grounds of suspected serial killer Billy Chemirmir who posed as a health care worker or a maintenance man to gain access to the facility. Chemirmir is suspected… Read More »

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The Accident That Resulted in the Death of a Toddler Aboard a Cruise Ship

By Livingston & Flowers, P.L.L.C. |

Ever since it was first reported that 18-month-old Chloe Wiegand tragically fell to her death aboard a Royal Caribbean Cruise ship, the information surrounding the case continues to get more interesting. The girl’s grandfather has been charged with negligent homicide after placing Chloe on the ledge of an open window. The grandfather claims that… Read More »

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