Court room backlog: Pandemic-driven lawsuits continue piling up for custody battles, job losses, domestic disputes, unjustified COVID vaccine mandates
Pandemic-related litigation has lead to more lawsuits and court filings than any other incident in US history, and there's more to come. This litigation includes filings against insurers, against government regulations that affected businesses, domestic disputes and a variety of consumer activity.
US states filing the most pandemic-related lawsuits include New York, California, Florida, Texas and New Jersey. A large percentage of those claims are civil lawsuits having to do with stay-at-home orders, group-gathering bans and forced business closures, all of which did NOTHING to prevent disease spreading or "flatten the curve" for the lab-created Fauci Flu. All of those people should win their cases based on the fraud and misinformation spread and mandated by the CDC and Fauci alone.
Class action lawsuits skyrocketed due to the scamdemic
The most putative class action cases are related to insurance claims, airline refunds, educational institutions, consumer protection claims, financial institutions, manufacturers, fitness companies, and ticket sellers (for events that were canceled due to the scamdemic).
The CDC has been responsible for millions of cases of unnecessary health risks and mandates that destroyed people's businesses, lives and education. The scale of loss associated with this scamdemic fraud cannot be calculated or even realized. It's like a tsunami of destruction that must be reconciled on several fronts.
Vaccine-induced injuries and death
are one HUGE arena of this malpractice and genocide. Anyone suffering from myocarditis, nervous system disorders, auto-immune dysfunction or blood clots
after being "vaccinated" with gene mutation injections should lawyer-up immediately and make those responsible pay.
Though Congress protects the entirely corrupt pharmaceutical industry, including the vaccine industrial complex, from being sued for anything ever, there are plenty of institutions and regulatory officials that need the "screws" taken to them for these tragic losses of life, liberty and medical choice.
Tsunami-style wave of COVID-19 pandemic-related lawsuits tracked by case type, industry, and company size
As a direct result of the Wuhan Flu scamdemic, there are a multitude of lessons to be learned from the court cases and legal insights from the litigation and court-related decisions
. Here are some examples. Workers fired during the scamdemic can proceed with disability lawsuits, says the Federal Court. Employers might face pandemic injury and death claims for workplace exposures.
Some women are filing lawsuits alleging pregnancy discrimination, saying the pandemic was just an excuse for it. A California court ruling has set a precedent for claims by non-employees who catch the Fauci Flu from workers. Hospital employees around the country are filing lawsuits over workplace vaccine mandates
, especially since the so-called "vaccines" don't even work, and can cause blood clots, ADE, AIDS and death.
Many people took advantage of the pandemic and did not honor custody agreements and/or court orders. One parent of a joint-custody agreement, for example, says to the other, "you've been exposed to Covid," or "you have not been vaccinated," or "I don't want to expose my kids to more people, I'm keeping them here." This is causing huge, heated arguments, which in turn has domestic violence cases skyrocketing.
Plus, many people aren't and can't pay their home owner's association dues, or other liens on their property. Unnecessary and possibly illegal (over-charged) medical bills are piling up, causing strife, stress and new legal battles. There's no end in sight to this new tsunami of legal battles, court cases and filings. The scamdemic rages on.
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