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Kuzyk Law's "Fighting for Justice" Radio with Attorney's Reid Breitman, Mark Leonardo, and Robert Ryan
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Calif. Couple Sues PetSmart in Dachshund Pup's Death
Henry suffered 2 broken ribs and a punctured lung within 3 minutes of arriving

Pet grooming is an unregulated business and requires no license, and a PETA spokesperson tells the San Francisco Chronicle that the organization gets complaints "all the time" from people who say their pets were injured or even killed during grooming at PetSmart. Now a California couple whose dachshund Henry died at a San Mateo PetSmart in May are filing a wrongful death lawsuit against the retailer and a groomer not for money, they say, but for "systematic" changes. "We want these people to be trained," says Stefan Zier, who with his partner Terrie Peacock has been mourning Henry's death ever since. "I was helpless—he was dying right in front of us," Peacock says. "It's been a living nightmare."

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NYC Pays $1,500,000 to Family of Man Who Screamed ‘I Can’t Breathe’ and Died in Police Custody
Four years before Eric Garner died after an altercation with New York City police officers on Staten Island, N.Y., another man also died in the same neighborhood, his last words eerily echoing Garner’s: “I can’t breathe.” The New York Daily News reports that New York City has agreed to pay $1.5 million to Stanley Streeter’s fiancee to settle a federal lawsuit alleging wrongful death and excessive police force. The News reports that Streeter’s death occurred March 16, 2010, and went largely unnoticed—unlike the death of Eric Garner, which 

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