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Letter Sent To Condominium Association Warned Of Accelerating Defects

By Payer Law |

In the wake of the building collapse that has rescuers performing an increasingly desperate search for survivors, personal injury lawsuits are already being filed against the condominium association and two other companies that are believed to have contributed negligence. One company apparently gave the building a gold star in 2018. Nonetheless, there was plenty… Read More »

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Lawsuits Filed After Two Workers Injured In Boiler Explosion

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In July of 2019, a boiler explosion at the University of Nevada, Reno left two workers injured. They have since filed a lawsuit against UNR and the company that was there repairing equipment at the time. The two workers were working in a University dining room when the explosion occurred. The complaint accuses the… Read More »

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New Lawsuit Claims That Death Was Caused By Bottled Water Product

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The makers of a Las Vegas-based company that produces a bottled water brand called “Real Water” are being sued by multiple plaintiffs. In at least one case, a woman is alleged to have died as a result of toxic exposure after consuming Real Water. Other plaintiffs have had symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, jaundice,… Read More »

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Family Files $20M Suit Against SpaceX After Fatal Car Accident

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A Texas family has filed a multi-million-dollar lawsuit against SpaceX after a family member was killed outside of the launch site in a vehicle accident. The family was set to leave their Texas home for a camping trip when rising tides forced them to leave early. On the way to the beach, their vehicle… Read More »

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Employees Sue After “Abnormally Dangerous Activities” Led To Explosion

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One employee and one subcontractor have filed a lawsuit against a company for whom they were working after they said they were asked to perform unreasonably dangerous activities that led to an explosion at the facility. The explosion, they said, left them with “serious and painful” injuries. The employee and the contractor were within… Read More »

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Women Fail Drug Tests After Taking Weight Loss Tea

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Several women have filed a lawsuit against a company that produces an herbal diet tea that purports to increase energy, reduce hunger cravings, and induce a sense of wellbeing. However, the women didn’t expect that the herb in their tea would be marijuana. Now, they’ve filed a lawsuit against the company that they believe… Read More »

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Walmart Delivery-Person Sues After Devastating Injury

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A deliverywoman delivering milk to Walmart has filed a lawsuit against the company after she says their “Walmart First” policies led to a cluttered delivery area that resulted in serious permanent injury. According to the plaintiff, the receiving area had a special place set aside for non-Walmart deliveries. The area was cluttered and Walmart… Read More »

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Judge Rules Workers’ Comp Is Sole Remedy For Worker Who Committed Suicide

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The family of a worker who suffered chronic bullying filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the company he worked for after the man killed himself. However, a judge ruled that the family was prohibited from filing a wrongful death lawsuit on the basis of employer immunity and that workers’ compensation death benefits were the… Read More »

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Hospital Employee Files Lawsuit After Elevator Mishap

By Payer Law |

Workers’ compensation is controlled at the state level. That means every state has different approaches to how the workers’ compensation system works. In Florida, the vast majority of all employers are required by law to carry workers’ compensation insurance. Under Texas’ rule, employers can choose whether or not they carry workers’ compensation insurance. Employers… Read More »

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Child Suffers Devastating Brain Injury After Nearly Drowning In Hot Tub

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The family of a child who suffered a severe brain injury after nearly drowning is set to begin. The incident occurred at a hotel plaza in a hot tub that was set aside for guests. The six-year-old child accessed the hot tub and then suffered a seizure. The resulting injuries will severely reduce the… Read More »

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