Pro athletes, many representing out-of-state teams, have been awarded millions of dollars from the California Workers’ Compensation program over the last three decades, according to a Los Angeles Times report.
The family of the Hailey Ratliff, the 12 year-old girl who was killed in September crash while riding her bike, has filed a claim against the city of Novato, alleging dangerous roadway conditions. They also disagree with police report clearing the driver of the SUV involved in the crash.
A Bay Area sailor is seeking thousands in award money after rescuing a drifting catamaran belonging to the French America’s Cup World Series known as Energy, according to a report in the San Francisco Chronicle.
Some Capitola small business owners recently found out how hard it is to resolve a claim dispute with an insurance provider when they found their requests denied after the March floods.
Americans are increasingly taking their financial disputes to small claims court, but before you get your case heard, it might be smart to find out if you could actually collect.
A Palo Alto couple has just won their battle with Blue Shield over a $5,000 medical bill.
If you’ve ever been towed for parking illegally in the city of San Francisco, you know how it feels to get hit with that $450 bill. But it can get a lot worse than that.
A transgender woman says a California Department of Motor Vehicles clerk used a state database to mail her a personal letter at home condemning her sex change.
A jury in Texas has ordered Apple to pay $625.5 million for violating patents owned by a firm founded by a computer science professor.