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Judge refuses to dismiss case against Publix stemming from deli worker’s COVID-19 death

Lawsuit contends man infected by another employee who came to work with COVID-19   As Florida lawmakers move quickly to try to shield businesses from coronavirus-related lawsuits, a Miami-Dade County circuit judge has refused to dismiss a case against Publix Super Markets that

Judge refuses to dismiss case against Publix stemming from deli worker’s COVID-19 death2021-04-15T13:52:38-04:00

Up to 55 injured skiers and snowboarders arrive at Colorado emergency rooms each day, analysis shows

More than 4,100 skiers and snowboarders were transported to Colorado emergency rooms in ambulances or helicopters across 2018, 2019 and the first part of 2020, which is about 10 patients every day of the season.   Chris Arnis was with his crew, carving

Up to 55 injured skiers and snowboarders arrive at Colorado emergency rooms each day, analysis shows2021-09-15T02:26:26-04:00

Mediation in personal injury cases – Laura Daly

  Mediations are a very different event, they are not binding, there is no arbitrator involved and there is no judge involved. They usually occur further along in the litigation process after depositions have been made, after there has

Mediation in personal injury cases – Laura Daly2021-04-15T13:57:48-04:00

Acrobats hurt in R.I. circus accident reach $52.5 million settlement

Eight acrobats severely injured when the rigging suspending them by their hair plummeted to the floor during a circus performance in Rhode Island in 2014 have reached a $52.5 million settlement with the ownership and management of the arena where the circus was

Acrobats hurt in R.I. circus accident reach $52.5 million settlement2021-04-15T13:37:36-04:00

Are your kids’ Christmas gifts safe? Toys at risk for lead, poison after US stopped inspections amid COVID-19

The federal safety inspectors who protect kids from dangerous and deadly toys were not standing guard for nearly six months while this year’s holiday gifts entered the U.S. by the shipload.   Princess palaces and playhouses, water guns and tricycles landed on store

Are your kids’ Christmas gifts safe? Toys at risk for lead, poison after US stopped inspections amid COVID-192021-04-15T14:37:33-04:00

Market Basket to pay $17.5M to settle employee lawsuit

  The class action suit claimed the Tewksbury-based grocery chain mismanaged its retirement plan for employees by making super-conservative investments   The company that operates Market Basket has agreed to pay $17.5 million to settle a class action lawsuit that claims it mismanaged

Market Basket to pay $17.5M to settle employee lawsuit2021-04-16T13:59:58-04:00

Legoland made boy remove prosthetic leg, lawsuit says

  TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – A Florida mother has filed a lawsuit in federal court over her 10-year-old son’s near-drowning during a trip to Legoland in July.   According to the lawsuit, a Legoland Beach Retreat employee ordered Aleisha Mullinax’s son to remove

Legoland made boy remove prosthetic leg, lawsuit says2021-04-16T05:57:54-04:00
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