5 p.m., first episode new, second is a rerun-
Gimme Half of What's in Your Pocket-Plaintiff suing defendant for title for motorcycle he bought from defendant, and didn't pay off. Plaintiff claims a bunch of payments to defendant, but has no receipts. Defendant had the motorcycle retitled in his name, when plaintiff stopped paying. Also, some money was from plaintiff to pay for emergency surgery for defendant's dog. $1470 to defendant to pay bike off, the title is signed so plaintiff can get it registered, and that's the end. (Dismissed without prejudice, so defendant can take the other $1,000+ to small claims locally)
Snowy Road Sideswipe-Plaintiff suing defendant for car damages resulting from a sideswipe accident on a snowy road, where defendant fled the scene. Defendant is granddaughter of car owner, and was specifically excluded from the insurance coverage, so she was uninsured. The plaintiff says they were driving opposite directions on a snow covered road that was narrow because of the snow build up, and defendant squeezed by, and pickup bed hit the plaintiff's car. Defendant fled the scene, and plaintiff's had to follow her to get the truck license number. Defendant still thinks that because the grandparents let her drive that the insurance is a non-issue. The damage to plaintiff's car is less than their $2,000 deductible, so that's why they're suing defendant personally. $1704 to plaintiffs.
Older Woman Mauled by Boxers-Plaintiff is suing for seeing her mother-in-law being mauled by Boxer, by her tax preparer's dogs. The plaintiffs went to tax preparer's house, went in the open front door, and mother-in-law was bitten (she was an intruder, and the dogs did their duty). Defendant does taxes on the side, and plaintiffs came to the house to pick them up, and one dog bit the mother-in-law. Defendant daughter-in-law wants money from going to the hospital after seeing the mother-in-law bitten. The women did not have an appointment, just dropped by, called and had no answer, and went in the screen door into the house. Plaintiff claims the dog came out the front door, and the dog bit her on the leg, breast, and hand, but the emergency medical report said only bitten on hand. Plaintiff MIL didn't mention the breast bite for 15 days. (Sorry, something bites you on the breast, you'll notice before weeks later). Plaintiff has Medicare, but claims she had bill sent to tax prep. man, instead of submitting the bill to Medicare. Defendant claims the plaintiffs came inside the house, and woman was bitten in his house, not on the porch. Defendant gets $1500.
Grizzly Moving Accident-Plaintiff suing defendant for loss of finger helping defendant move a concrete grinder (I looked online, a concrete grinder like this is huge, and very heavy). Plaintiff was employee of defendant's construction business, and claims he has Worker's Comp. However, defendant claims the plaintiff was just helping him move the concrete grinder, and wasn't acting as an employee. As JJ says, the defendant should claim on home owner's insurance for accidents on his property, and for business accidents use Worker's Comp. JJ tells plaintiff to get a lawyer, and sue the defendant . The defendant talked to an attorney, and they couldn't find the company records or insurance. The defendant put the business and other accounts in his wife's name, so now the plaintiff has the information for the lawsuit.