5 12, 2018

Litigation Over 2008 Rail Bridges Collapse Makes it to the U.S. Supreme Court

2018-12-06T11:12:56-06:00

Media Only Inquiries Contact: Sam Sheronick of Sam Sheronick Law Firm, P.C. at (319) 366-8193 (Press Release on behalf of: Sam Sheronick Law Firm, P.C.; Cutter Law PC; Eric Ratinoff Law Corp.; Wexler Wallace LLP; Law Offices of Russell G. Petti) PRESS RELEASE (December 5, 2018)  Property owners seek restitution for over $6 billion in property damages, reports Sam Sheronick Law Firm, P.C., Cutter Law, P.C., Eric Ratinoff Law Corp, Wexler Wallace, LLP, and the Law Offices of Russell G. Petti. The United States Supreme Court is currently reviewing a case filed by property owners who allege that over $6 Billion in property damages occurred when the Defendants, Alliant Energy’s (LNT) CRANDIC Railway and Union Pacific Railroad (UNP), loaded weighted and joined rail cars onto over century old, dilapidated rail bridges ahead of a near annual minor flood. Plaintiffs allege [...]

Litigation Over 2008 Rail Bridges Collapse Makes it to the U.S. Supreme Court2018-12-06T11:12:56-06:00
27 06, 2013

June 27, 2013 First Case Update: Cedar Rapids Flood Class Action

2017-06-06T14:17:24-05:00

  Cedar Rapids Flood Class Action Blog Type the search "Was Hurricane Katrina a Man-Made Disaster" into any search engine and you will find that Hurricane Katrina was an unremarkable, garden variety hurricane which would have caused very little damage had it not been for a series of human errors and bad decisions which transformed that minor storm into a catastrophic disaster of epic proportions. Simply stated, the world now knows Hurricane Katrina was a man-made and not a natural disaster. Similarly, a Class Action lawsuit was filed by Sam Sheronick Law Firm, P.C. of Cedar Rapids, Iowa and the Sacramento, California law firm of Kershaw, Cutter & Ratinoff LLP against certain railroads and others which Plaintiffs believe caused and/or exacerbated the 2008 flooding in Cedar Rapids. Simply stated, scientific evidence at trial will prove a minor, run of the [...]

June 27, 2013 First Case Update: Cedar Rapids Flood Class Action2017-06-06T14:17:24-05:00
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