SC Workers Comp Death Benefits Possible for Family of Log Truck Operator

Log Truck Driver Dies While On the Job, Family Could Get SC Workers Comp Death Benefits The driver of a logging truck died after being pinned between his vehicle and another log truck that rolled forward. The South Carolina Highway Patrol is investigating the accident. In the meantime, his family could be eligible to receive SC workers comp death … [Read more...]

Takeda Accused of Putting Sales Before Actos Safety Studies

Takeda Argues It Submitted All Relevant Actos Safety Studies, but Plaintiff Claims Company Sacrificed Safety for Profit Plaintiff Frances Wisniewski filed a personal injury lawsuit against Takeda Pharmaceuticals in 2012 in Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas. In August 2011, Wisniewski was diagnosed with bladder cancer, and she believes that … [Read more...]

CDC Investigation Confirms Chinese Drywall Harms Health

CDC Investigation Confirms that Chinese Drywall Is Harmful For decades, defective Chinese drywall has sickened people in 33 states, including South Carolina and many other southern states. Now, an investigation from the Centers for Disease Control confirms what residents already know – Chinese drywall has serious side effects. In a report … [Read more...]

Judge Denies Delay in Trayvon Martin Case

Zimmerman’s Lawyer, in Trayvon Martin Case, Asks for Extension – Judge Denies Request On what would have been Trayvon Martin’s 18th birthday, Judge Debra Nelson denied the defense’s request to delay the trial until November. The trial is currently scheduled to begin on June 10th. Last year, George Zimmerman, a neighborhood watch volunteer at the … [Read more...]

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