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Receiving alarm news and special reports. The news and stories that are important provided morning on weekdays. a hospital in Southern California, who installed hidden cameras in three workplaces, violating their privacy while they were "emotionally and physically exposed and most vulnerable."
The claim was first filed as a group action in 2016 but was denied class status. Last week it was altered by 81
The new claim, filed Friday in the Supreme Court of San Diego County, seeks unspecified damages to privacy, unlawful recording of confidential information, negligence causing emotional stress and violation of u an indictment involving 1,800 women.
He argues that patients' "most sensitive genital areas" were sometimes visible and that cameras were placed where they can sometimes record the faces of women. 19659007] "I am a mother of four girls, I lead by example," Jessica Lincoln, the lead complainant, told NBC San Diego, "I am quite a black and white person as to what is right and what is wrong , and that's wrong. "Another complainant, Melissa Escalera, said she was secretly recorded while she was giving birth to her daughter through an emergency cesarean section. "When I arrived in an ambulance and was brought into the operating room of a wheelchair, my care was for my daughter who was in trouble and came six weeks earlier," Escalera said.
"I was not planning to have a baby on September 4," she said. "It was a very stressful and emotional time for my family and my doctor. Nobody asked me to write one of the most gentle and changing moments. 19659003] "I would never have agreed to be enrolled at this vulnerable moment," she said, due to a litigation