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Nakajjigo’s family said an $8 padlock would have prevented the fence from moving and killing Nakajjigo, and are suing Arches and the National Parks Service for $270 million in damages, KCNC-TV reported.
Deborah Chang, the attorney who filed the suit on behalf of Nakajjigo’s family, alleged that the National Park Service has known for years that
The Consumer Attorneys of California usually gather each fall at a San Francisco hotel and get dressed up to celebrate their new president and honor plaintiffs' attorneys for their big victories at a dinner that ends with a musical performance.
As with everything else in 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic, this year was different. The...
When Brian J. Panish stood before an audience at the Consumer Attorneys of California Convention in 2014, he referred to Deborah S. Chang by a nickname she had earned around the office: Changzilla.
“It was just a combination of her energy and passion,” Panish told The Daily Journal recently. “She’s just a separate being, like...
The family of a women’s rights activist from Uganda has filed a $270 million administrative claim against the National Park Service after she was killed by an unsecured gate that sliced through her car as she sat with her new husband.
Esther “Essie” Nakajjigo, 25, drove to Arches National Park in Utah with her husband
Attorney Deborah Chang, who filed the claim on behalf of Michaud, as well as Nakajjigo’s parents, wrote that the National Park Service has for years used entrance and exit gates made of metal poles with “spear-like sharp ends, and they were known to swing into roadways when left unsecured.”
Employees “knew or should have known...