Call It Off? Give Me the Ring
Alder v. Thomson
The plaintiff claims that she moved to Utah to marry the defendant. He broke it off after a month and left her with a one month lease. He took her wedding band worth $13000. She wants to be paid for the ring and the cost of moving back. The defendant claims that it was the plaintiff who called off the marriage. He should have known because she has done it before to her ex. She didn't wear the ring so he shouldn't pay. He also filed a countersuit for $1 for heartbreak.
Rocky and Poolwinkle
Hernstat v. Valencia
The plaintiff claims that their pool company did such horrible work that their kid complained that his feet hurt because their were rocks sticking our of the bottom. They have been loyal to this company for years and wants to get if fixed once and for all. The defendant claims it isn't his problem because the rocks jutted up due to water collecting beneath the pool. The plaintiffs live near the ocean so it is their problem not his.
The Power Trip
Dunbar v. Schwartz
The plaintiff clims that the defendant, her landlord, was doing wiring work on their apartment causing blackouts and one day the surge caused several applianced to die. She wants to be conpensated for what was destroyed. The defendant claims that the blackouts were the power companies fault so she should sue them.moreless