Frivolous Lawsuit

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Frivolous Lawsuit of the Day: An appeals court in Illinois ruled that a woman injured by the body parts of a man killed after being struck by a train can sue the man for negligence.

18-year-old Hiroyuki Joho was run over by an Amtrak train while crossing the tracks near a Chicago Metra station in 2008.

Parts of his body were flung in the direction of the

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Frivolous Lawsuit of the Day: A New York man is suing the photography studio he hired to document his wedding in 2003 because he says they didn't shoot the last 15 minutes of the reception, leaving out the last dance and the bouquet toss.

Wait -- it gets so much worse: As compensation for his mental anguish, Todd Remis wants H & H Photographers to cough up $48,000 so he can recreate the wedding

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Frivolous Lawsuit of the Day: A Lubbock, Texas, woman has filed a lawsuit against four airlines including Continental and United claiming she developed post-traumatic stress disorder in the aftermath of a particularly turbulent flight.

Colleen O'Neal's complaint references a 2009 flight from College Station to Houston -- a typically short trip that took two hours that day du

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Frivolous Lawsuit of the Day: In terrifying first for our nation, a Keego Harbor, Michigan woman is suing a film distributor because the movie she watched was not enough like Fast and Furious.

Sarah Deming went to see Nicolas Winding Refn's latest action-drama film Drive in Novi after watching the movie's trailer.

She claims in her lawsuit against Drive's

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