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Month: March 2015

Construction Worker Injury Lawsuit Gets $10M Verdict

A Florida jury ruled that a builder must pay $10 million in a construction worker injury lawsuit filed by a worker who had a building collapse on him. The jury ruled that SEMCO Construction must pay Robert Matthews after a...

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Workplace Pregnancy Discrimination Lawsuit Wins SCOTUS Appeal

The Supreme Court ruled that a woman who filed a workplace pregnancy discrimination lawsuit against United Parcel Service can have her case reviewed by a lower court. The court ruled by a 6-3 margin to block a lower court decision...

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NC Construction Site Death Probe Could Take Months

The probe into three construction site deaths at a Raleigh high rise could take months to uncover the root causes. Four men reportedly fell more than 200 feet from scaffold. Three died at the scene, while the other was hospitalized....

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GM Ignition Switch Death Toll Rises to 74

The administrator of the automaker's reimbursement fund for recalled vehicles announced that the GM ignition switch death toll now stands at 74. Attorney Ken Feinberg stated that the company recently paid out an additional seven GM ignition switch death claims,...

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