Less than 72 hours after it happened, a wrongful death lawsuit has been filed in the ambulance crash on I-40 Friday night, that ejected and killed the two people in the rear of the ambulance. The family of the patient that was in the ambulance filed suit in a Nashville court on Monday.
The Dog Spot is ordered to pay $5,924.00 in a lawsuit over the death of a dog in it’s care. In testimony, Chad Baker admitted it was never the practice to separate dogs by size in play areas, despite the claim on their website – which he says he copied and pasted from other websites, without reading the details.
In a lawsuit filed last week in Davidson County Circuit Court, a woman says she was stripped searched and forcibly double-cavity searched against her will at the direction of an off-duty THP officer, while working at Tennessee Titan’s game.
An anonymous person has created a website calling a Nashville Woman a cheater – now she’s suing to find out who is behind the website.
Ryan Owens is suing Nashville police after he was diverted from an ambulance to jail, skipping the hospital.
COURT: A former The Dog Spot employee speaks out about dogs physically hit & kicked, allowed to go days without food, and being reprimanded for notifying an owner about a sick dog.
Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville – behind on bills.
TNT Billiards Bar & Grill sued in death of customer; another claim of over-serving
Taylor Hicks sues his management group to get out of contract; says they’ve failed to make proper payments
Nashville Mayoral candidate Jeffrey Napier was named in a civil lawsuit on May 8th, and a civil warrant was signed on May 9th for him to appear in court. He is being sued by Advance Financial for a Flex loan that was never repaid, for $851.98, plus $283.99 in attorney’s fees, for a total of $1,135.97 + fees. As a reminder, the budget for the city of Nashville, for which the Mayor is responsible, is just over $2.2 Billion. Napier was reached by phone late Friday evening, and was not…