The city could lose $9 million in annual revenue if it ultimately loses its legal battle over Measure M.
A former driver who worked in Signal Hill for a chemical company is suing his ex-employer, alleging he was forced to resign this spring after management ignored his pleas for protective uniforms and social distancing, and called the coronavirus a “hoax.”
By the lawsuit’s timeline, Eugene Martindale’s beating followed a cascading series of misunderstandings where people mistook his cries for help as aggression.
California’s attorney general sued the Neptune Society on Monday, claiming the well-known company pocketed $100 million that it should have kept in reserve for those who signed up for its prepaid cremation service plans.
Residents who were part of a lawsuit over conditions at the park will receive about $50 million in the settlement, in addition to $7 million generated from the sale of the park, attorneys said.
More than 100 families have sued the owners and operators of the Friendly Village Mobile Home Park saying they lived in squalor at the property that was once a trash dump for the city of Long Beach.
A jury has found that the city of Long Beach was not at fault in a 2012 accident in which a 25-year-old man was seriously injured when the car he was riding in hit landscaping boulders at the intersection of Second Street and Appian Way.