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Worker's Compensation: Benefits Vary by State

Worker's Compensation: Benefits Vary by State June 8, 2007. By Gordon Gibb.
Hartford, CT The benefits of Worker's Compensation far outweigh the costs, even in the face of some employers crying foul over legislated benefit improvements in some states that will result in premium increases.
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Panacryl Sutures: My Worst Nightmare

Panacryl Sutures: My Worst Nightmare June 6, 2007. By Jane Mundy.
Woodland Hills, CA "I was diagnosed with advanced ovarian cancer in 2000 and went through radical surgery," says Christine Bledy, 55. "My surgery was very successful and in July 2000 I had a minor surgery but this time Panacryl Sutures were used -- and so began my nightmare."
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Asbestos Video highlights plight of U.S. Capitol Tunnel Workers

Asbestos Video highlights plight of U.S. Capitol Tunnel Workers June 5, 2007. By Anne Borden.
Washington, D.C The Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization (ADAO) has launched a powerful online video with detailed footage of asbestos dust and environmental hazards within the Capitol Hill tunnels where government crews are working.
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AMO Lens Solution Recall: Stock Drops, Outbreak Still a Mystery

AMO Lens Solution Recall: Stock Drops, Outbreak Still a Mystery May 30, 2007. By Gordon Gibb.
Santa Ana, CA Upon news Friday of the Advanced Medical Optics voluntary recall of AMO Complete MoisturePlus, stock in the company fell sharply, dropping in value by nearly 14 per cent.
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Asbestos Found in 21 University Buildings at Cal State

Asbestos Found in 21 University Buildings at Cal State May 23, 2007. By Anne Borden.
Northridge, CA Faculty and staff at California State University were shocked when an article in the university newspaper revealed that asbestos has been detected in 21 of the campus's buildings.
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Increased Risks for Motorcyclists: Are Auto Drivers to Blame?

May 22, 2007. By Anne Borden.
Simi Valley, CA Since 1997, motorcycle rider fatalities have increased by 89 percent. And although motorcyclists are often stereotyped as reckless and fast drivers, it is most often negligent automobile drivers that are the cause of motorcycle accidents.
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Slip-and-fall case: Negligence costs store owners more than $12.2 million

Slip-and-fall case: Negligence costs store owners more than $12.2 million May 17, 2007. By Brenda Frohloff.
Williamsburg, VA A woman who slipped and fell while entering a corner gas and convenience store was awarded more than $12.2 million in damages for negligence by a jury in Hampton last month...her world changed forever.
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Medical Malpractice: Fear has its Price

May 14, 2007. By Gordon Gibb.
Miami, FL They're only human, after all. And like us, medical practitioners can have a bad day. A sleepless night, trouble with the kids, a bitter divorce. However, when someone in the medical community has a bad day, for whatever reason, it's often the patient that pays for it, in what is sometimes a lifelong struggle. And that could mean medical malpractice.
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Railroad Injuries: What to Do When Life Goes Off the Rails

May 14, 2007. By Gordon Gibb.
Cleveland, OH In spite of the overall decline of rail travel in recent times, as goods are increasingly shipped by truck, and human cargo travel by air or commute by cyberspace, the railroad continues to be one of the most dangerous industries in the nation, if recent litigated settlements are any indication.
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Asbestos Lawsuits keep Rolling On

Asbestos Lawsuits keep Rolling On May 14, 2007. By Nate Hendley.
Redondo Beach, CA Ready for some more bad news about asbestos? Apparently, asbestos poisoning is starting to strike people down at an earlier age. Why this is happening is unclear.
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