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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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Today's Stories Include

Man Files Lawsuit Against Tesla Claiming His Model X Spontaneously Accelerated Into His Living Room
In addition to claiming that the sudden acceleration was caused by Son pressing the accelerator pedal, and not by any fault of the car, a statement from a Tesla spokesperson said the following: “Before filing his class action lawsuit against Tesla, Mr. Son had threatened to use his celebrity in Korea to hurt Tesla unless we agreed to make a financial payment and acknowledge that the vehicle accelerated on its own. 

Daughter Files Baby Powder Wrongful Death Lawsuit
Like many other women, Ann Christine Underwood regularly used Johnson & Johnson’s baby powder products for feminine hygiene. And, like thousands of other women, she developed ovarian cancer. Her daughter, Amy F. Darnold, believes her mother’s cancer was a direct result of baby powder use. Ms. Underwood used baby powder around her groin for over fifty years.

California man fights DUI charge for driving under influence of caffeine
Caffeine may be the “nootropic” brain drug of choice in Silicon Valley, but an hour’s drive north in Solano County, California, the stimulant could get you charged with driving under the influence. That is according to defense attorney Stacey Barrett, speaking on behalf of her client, Joseph Schwab. After being pulled over on 5 August 2015, Schwab was charged by the Solano County district attorney with misdemeanor driving under the influence of a drug. 

 

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