It was getting late, but the Landstown High School student wanted to make sure his uniform looked perfect. The next morning, senior Cade Anderson would participate in a JROTC drill competition in Prince William county. As his roommate slept, he decided to hang his jacket on a sprinkler head in his hotel room and properly affix all of his ribbons and medals, an attorney said.
June 25, 2019 Liability Litigation Property Weird Virginia

It was a fire that crossed mountain ranges and valleys, that spanned multiple counties and shocked Californians by its sheer scale — by far the biggest wildfire in modern state history. And yet a newly disclosed investigation suggests it was probably started by a single man and a single spark.
June 14, 2019 Property Weird California

Every once in a while, we come across a creative idea or concept and ponder, why didn’t I think of that? Or maybe we think, why didn’t I ponder of that?
May 17, 2019 Fraud Life & Health Weird

For 50 years, I have been a Star Trek man. I own a phaser (a ray gun), although sadly it’s only a facsimile. I have a machine that makes whooshing noises when you open the kitchen door, in the style of the doors on the starship USS Enterprise.
May 17, 2019 Weird

Studies have found insurance companies to be among the most despised service industries, but few customers resort to making physical threats against a provider.
January 15, 2019 Auto Risk Management Weird Maryland

I am supposed to be at CES in Las Vegas this week. Colloquially known as the “Consumer Electronics Show,” CES is the largest technology exposition and conference in the world. Last year 189,000 people swarmed sessions and exhibits in 11 Las Vegas locations to catch a glimpse of the technology that will change our lives in the near future.
January 10, 2019 Technology Weird

Money rained down on a New Jersey highway Thursday morning, leading to several crashes as motorists stopped and scrambled to pick up the cash.
December 14, 2018 Auto Weird New Jersey

The Dearborn Police Department announced Monday that officers broke up a major retail fraud ring. They say everything from guns to liquor and even energy drinks were stolen. Dearborn police said they recovered a trove of stolen goods, including $600,000 in cash - some of which was stuffed in a Velveeta box - as part of an organized crime ring run by a 70-year-old woman.
December 12, 2018 Property Weird Michigan

Well, it has been another banner week in the news. This week saw the culmination of the latest and greatest “most important election in our lifetime,” one that had just a couple eyebrow raising moments.
November 9, 2018 Weird

Welcome to what will undoubtedly be the most read article I have posted in some time. To be fair, the title of the article that originally caught my eye read, “Male Stripper Loses Damages Claim Over Rear-Ending Injury, ” but I probably clicked on that link with the same tawdry imagination and giddy interest in the perverse as you did in order to wind up here.
November 2, 2018 Liability Litigation Weird

Disclaimer: Don’t try this at home. Fresno Fire says a man who was house-sitting for his parents set the home on fire after he used a blowtorch to kill black widows. Yes, you read that right.
October 25, 2018 Property Weird California

When a friend stopped by to tell Nicole Minkin Lissenden that her van door was open and some trash was on the ground next to it, she thought it was odd.
September 19, 2018 Auto Weird North Carolina

There has been a clear push in recent years to change the culture of workers’ comp across the nation with better communication, clearer language and an emphasis on ultimate recovery. This is a difficult task, as the legislative complexities of comp and entrenched interests within the system make this industry a very difficult ship to turn.
August 24, 2018 Weird Workers' Compensation

Like a real-life version of a Looney Tunes cartoon, a visitor to a Portuguese museum was injured last week when he stepped into an art installation resembling an inky void.
August 21, 2018 Liability Weird

Eleven people from the Sicilian capital Palermo have been arrested, police said. They include a hospital nurse who would procure painkillers for the victims in order to lessen their screams as their bones were broken.
August 10, 2018 Auto Fraud Liability Weird

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