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Teacher Receives $500,000 in Wrongful Termination Settlement

Kelly Wallace, a Montgomery County High School teacher, recently received a $500,000 settlement from a lawsuit she filed against the board of education and the former superintendent. It is one of several lawsuits filed by employees who worked for Superintendent Josh Powell in the Montgomery County School system. Powel has since been terminated and his […]

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Injured Nurse Terminated from Job

Maryanne Grande, a former St. Clare’s Hospital nurse who was repeatedly injured on the job before being terminated by her employer, is headed to court. Grande filed a lawsuit against the Denville hospital after working there for 10 years beginning in 2000. She provided care for stroke victims and other patients in need of substantial […]

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Defamation Lawsuit

Pete Rose’s defamation lawsuit against attorney John Dowd will move forward based on a ruling by a federal judge in Philadelphia. Rose filed the lawsuit after Dowd accused him of statutory rape in two separate radio interviews. In an interview aired on WCHE in West Chester in 2015, Dowd stated Rose’s associate, Michael Bertolini, “… […]

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Reduced Shooting Accidents during Hunting Season

According to the Pennsylvania Game Commission, hunters had one of their safest years on record in 2016 and for only the second time in history there wasn’t a single fatality that occurred during hunting and trapping season in the state. The overall number of shooting incidents was also the second lowest ever recorded, with only […]

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Mingo Coal

Following the collapse of a roof at the CK Coal Corp’s No. 5 coal operation in Mingo County, the company waited more than seven hours to report the incident to state regulators this past February. The roof collapse resulted in the death of one miner. The time that lapsed between the collapse and the report […]

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Lawsuits Filed after Deaths Linked to Guardrail Accidents

Lawsuits have been filed by the families of the three victims killed in accidents that involved controversial highway guardrails in Tennessee. Opponents of the guardrails point to video footage in at least one case of the backward collapse and splintering of the rail that sent metal piercing through the victim’s vehicle upon impact. There have […]

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Boat Crash Leads to Two Lawsuits

Dennis Magner, driver of the boat involved in the July 30, 2016 crash on Lake Coeur d’Alene that killed three, now faces two lawsuits filed by the families of the victims. The crash took the lives of Justin Honken, 21, Caitlin Breeze, 21, and Justin Luhr, 34. Magner is accused of driving his 2011 Mastercraft […]

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Explosion at GM Plant Kills One, Injures Five

The July 2014 chemical explosion at a General Motors metal-stamping plant in Indiana that left a contractor dead and five people injured was another example of the devastation that can occur when people work in hazardous environments. The explosion involved a chlorine dioxide tank, which not only created the explosion, but also resulted in a […]

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Supreme Court Ruling Puts Plaintiffs in Talc Lawsuits at Disadvantage

The US Supreme Court’s recent ruling concerning injury lawsuits could work in favor of Johnson & Johnson concerning the lawsuits the company faces regarding its talc-based hygiene products. There are currently more than 5900 claims against the company filed by women and their families who claim Johnson & Johnson failed to warn consumers the products […]

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Second Explosion at Midland Resource Recovery Kills One

Just one month after an explosion at Midland Resource Recovery that killed two people and severely injured a third, a second explosion has taken the life of another employee. And much like the prior incident, the explosion occurred as the worker was attempting to clean a tank. Chief Depuy Brett Carpenter from the Barbour County […]

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