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  December 7, 2018

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PG&E Named in Another Lawsuit Citing Blame in Most Deadly California Fire
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California utility company PG&E is facing another lawsuit over the state's deadliest fire in history. This most recent lawsuit alleges the utility could have prevented the fire, which is the deadliest and most destructive fire on record. As the lawsuit alleges, the defendants have prevented the fire but "continued to cut corners and put profits over safety, and continued to operate dangerous equipment without adequate risk management controls in place." The complaint was filed in San Francisco County Superior Court on Wednesday.
Caitlin Baldwin, News Channel 5/KION/KMUV Telemundo 12/06/2018   Facebook iconTwitter iconLinkedIn Icon
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Wawona Packing Settles Employee Injury Suit for $4.5M
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California's Wawona Packing Company has agreed to settle a lawsuit over an employee's injury for $4.5 million. The complaint was filed over a collision between the employee and another driver. The injured plaintiff then filed suit against Wawona Packing in Cutler and the other driver, for general negligence and motor vehicle negligence. Both sides agreed to settle the complaint before the case was scheduled to go to trial on Nov. 13 in Tulare County.
Robert Rodriguez, The Fresno Bee 12/03/2018   Facebook iconTwitter iconLinkedIn Icon
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Gender Bias Lawsuit Filed Against Hawaii Department of Education by ACLU
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The American Civil Liberties Union has filed a gender bias lawsuit against the Hawaii Department of Education on behalf of two female athletes at James Campbell High School. The lawsuit was filed on Thursday in U.S. District Court and alleges the female athletes "experience grossly unequal treatment, benefits and opportunities in relation to male athletes." The Department of Education, named as defendant in the complaint, has allegedly "perpetuated these inequities for decades across its schools."
Gordon Y.K. Pang, Honolulu Advertiser 12/06/2018   Facebook iconTwitter iconLinkedIn Icon
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Wrongful Death

 
Lockheed Martin, Employee's Husband and Insurance Companies Tangled in Suicide Lawsuit
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Defense and aerospace company Lockheed Martin is named as a defendant in a lawsuit over the suicide death of an employee. The complaint, filed by the woman's brother, also accuses the woman's husband of playing a role in her death. According to the plaintiff, his sister's new husband preyed on her in order to be listed as her financial beneficiary following her death. Also named as defendants in the wrongful death suit are insurance companies Voya and Prudential Financial.
Chabeli Herrera, Orlando Sentinel 12/07/2018   Facebook iconTwitter iconLinkedIn Icon
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Rocky Mountain Power Released from Suit Over Utah Trooper's Death
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Rocky Mountain Power has been released from a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the widow of a slain Utah state trooper who was killed on the job. The state trooper was directing traffic around a sagging power line when he was fatally struck by a 16-year-old driver. The lawsuit accuses the power company of taking too long to respond to the power line. As the complaint alleges, the wire was so hazardous that the utility is liable for the trooper's death. However, First District Judge Brandon Maynard ruled against the widow's claims, releasing Rocky Mountain Power from the lawsuit.
Annie Knox, The Deseret News 12/06/2018   Facebook iconTwitter iconLinkedIn Icon
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Judge Approves Settlement of Lawsuit Filed by Family of Disabled Man
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A federal judge has approved the settlement of a wrongful death suit filed over the death of Carl DeBrodie, a disabled man from Missouri. The lawsuit was filed by the mother of the man whose body was found encased in concrete. The lawsuit alleged that someone who worked for the independent living facility where DeBrodie lived was responsible for his death. The terms of the settlement have not been disclosed.
Claire Mitzel, Columbia Missourian 12/06/2018   Facebook iconTwitter iconLinkedIn Icon
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