An elementary school will pay a substantial fine for exposing its kindergarteners to mold and asbestos.
A faulty elevator repair job caused the equipment to malfunction and paralyzed an officer. Settlement reached.
Asbestos Continues to be an Issue in Philly Schools
Defective products injure thousands of Americans every year. Depending on the product and the damage/injury that it caused, identifying the liable parties can be extremely complicated. There are a number of important product liability cases, many of which reached a verdict or settlement recently. Highlighted below are some of the top cases and issues so
Demoing Old New York Library Raises Asbestos Concerns
Cadmium Making a Comeback? Investigation Finds it in Retailer’s Jewelry
Learning from Their Mistakes: How Companies Effectively Respond to Crisis
Asbestos. The mere mention of the word brings thoughts of “miners, millers & manufacturers or insulators and shipbuilders,” working during a time where there were limited protections. It brings to mind old homes and commercial structures built long ago. But, the worst thing it brings to mind is likely a horrible disease called mesothelioma. Wait! Wasn’t asbestos done away with? Aren’t there regulations in place banning this known carcinogen? Yes, and no. Sadly, mostly no.
Spinal Injections are Being Used in Place of Oral Opioids
Charter School Parents Say They Didn’t Know About Asbestos