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Austrian Train Injury Case Has No Legs in US Court

Austrian Train Injury Case Has No Legs in US Court

By on Oct 23, 2015 in Accidents, Law |

On Monday, October 5th, Californian resident Carol P Sachs tried to sue a European railroad in American court.  The woman lost both of her legs in a rail accident in Innsbruck, Austria as she tried to board a moving train.  Although the accident clearly took place in Europe, Sachs claims that because she purchased the ticket for the journey over the internet in...

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Cat Charities in Inheritance Battle with Disinherited Daughters Over $440,000 Estate

Cat Charities in Inheritance Battle with Disinherited Daughters Over $440,000 Estate

By on Oct 23, 2015 in Cat Charities, Inheritance Battle, Law |

When 81 year old Terrence Kunky died in August 2014, it is hard to say whether he anticipated the long legal struggle that would be caused by his decision to disinherit his two daughters and leave animal charities as beneficiaries in his will. Now, over a year after his passing, the Panhandle Animal Welfare Society, better known as PAWS, and Save Our Cats and...

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