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A Closer Look at Wrongful Death Claims  

A loved one’s tragic, untimely death can impact their spouse and children in so many ways. Beyond the loss of their companionship and support, the death of a parent or spouse can be financially devastating. In cases where a careless or negligent act caused a tragic death, family members may consider filing a wrongful death[…]


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Workers Getting Sick and Dying From Materials Used to Make Kitchen Countertops

An employee with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) fears that 18 of the most recent cases of respiratory illnesses – along with two fatalities – in individuals working with a type of stone used in the construction of kitchen countertops is merely “the tip of the iceberg”. The culprit, an “engineered” or[…]


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FMCSA Drug Test Rule

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has published a proposal that would extend the date of compliance for the Commercial Driver’s License Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse rule. The Clearinghouse rule was set to become operational on January 6, 2020, however the FMCSA recently published a notice that would extend the deadline for compliance to[…]


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Measles: Who Is – And Is Not – Immune?

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 2019 is experiencing the highest reported number of measles’ cases since 1992. Since January 1st of this year, there have been 1,241 total individual cases in thirty-one different states. Measles is a highly infectious viral disease that can cause serious and sometimes fatal complications. Recent[…]


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Work-Related Respiratory Diseases

Workers face a variety of job-related health hazards, and respiratory diseases are no exception. Most cases of work-related lung disease are 100% preventable, but irresponsible employers who fail to abide by federal safety and health regulations create catastrophic – and deadly – risks for hardworking American men and women. Already 25 million people in the[…]


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