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August 2, 2015

In a recent victory for safety advocates, the family of a man killed by a tired trucker was awarded $58.5 million by a jury. The lack of care exhibited by the trucking company was staggering: The driver was new and had received none of the training required of people driving big rigs; he had been…

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The Perils of Asbestos Exposure

August 1, 2015

For years, exposure to asbestos was common in many industries, including on construction sites, in shipyards, in factories, and in auto- motive repair shops. Asbestos was eventually banned for most uses because it causes a number of different kinds of health problems for those who have been exposed to it. Of these, among the most…

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FCA Will Pay

February 13, 2015

Do you know of someone who defrauded the federal government? Are you willing to bring a lawsuit on the government’ s behalf? If so, the government may be willing to pay you under a federal law known as the False Claims Act (FCA). The FCA allows individuals to bring a lawsuit on behalf of the…

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