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Atlanta Court Ruling Another Sign Tobacco Lawsuits Subsiding
A little-noticed ruling by three federal judges may have tipped the scales in favor of the tobacco industry’s bid to put decades of smoker lawsuits behind it. The appeals court ...
Tobacco Firms Win Partial Appeal Over Court-Ordered Disclosure Ads
Senate Bill Would Raise Passenger Railroad Liability Limit
Lack of Air Bag Replacement Parts to Prolong Takata Recall
BP Settles Gulf Oil Spill Cross Claims with Transocean, Halliburton
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UN Official Says Building Codes Need to be Enforced in Nepal
Nepal must take lessons from earthquake-hit countries such as Mexico and strictly enforce existing building laws as it prepares to rebuild from two major quakes, a senior United ...
Fire Risk Prompts Widening Ban on Smartphone Batteries Shipped Via Passenger Jets
Berkshire Hathaway Specialty Appoints Emerson to Lead Liability Claims in Canada
Brick Business Booms as Nepal Rushes to Rebuild After Quake
Climate Change Affecting Frequency, Intensity of Hurricanes
Passengers Tried to Open Plane Doors 12 Times This Year in China
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Connecticut Court Denies Personal Injury Claim in IBM’s Loss of Computer Tapes
The Connecticut Supreme Court this week upheld a lower court’s ruling that Federal Insurance Co. and Scottsdale Insurance Co. are not required to defend or indemnify the ...
FEMA Denies Massachusetts’ Bid to Extend Snow Disaster Aid
Slow Pace of Sandy Rebuilding Aid Programs Cause Victims to Protest
New Jersey Law Adds Penalties for Falsely Registering Vehicles in Other States
Delaware Researcher Testing Drones to Assess Storm Damage
Death of Woman Dropped on Head by Ambulance Crew Settled for $1.5M
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Tobacco Company Urges Illinois Court to Drop $10B Smokers’ Verdict
A $10.1 billion verdict against Philip Morris USA over misleading consumers about the safety of "light" cigarettes should be overturned, lawyers for the company argued in the ...
Insurance to Cover Nebraska Prison Riot Damage Totaling $300,000 to $500,000
Indiana Race Track Attorney Argues Against Driver’s Death Suit
Defective GM Ignition Switch Death Toll Rises to 100
Ohio to Implement to New Workers’ Comp Premium Billing System
Deadly Illinois Tornado Raises Concerns on Warnings in Rural Areas
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Moore Marks 2 Years Since Tornado With Stronger Building Codes, More Storm Shelters
Two years ago today, an EF 5 tornado touched down in Moore, Oklahoma, 4.4 miles west of Newcastle. The powerful twister, with wind speeds reaching 210 miles per hour, cleared a ...
Gilliland Named Chairman of Oklahoma Workers’ Comp Commission
Recovery Continues a Year After Texas Panhandle Wildfire
Texas Dram Shop Bill Requires Bars Buy Liquor Liability Insurance
Oklahoma Coalition Demands Well Moratorium in Quake Areas
At Least 20 Injured, Several Homes Destroyed After Texas Storm
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Drug Addicts Can Sue Pharmacies, Doctors: West Virginia Supreme Court
Pharmacies and doctors who negligently prescribed pain medication can be sued for enabling people’s addictions, the West Virginia Supreme Court ruled. The ruling involved 29 ...
West Virginia Will Get Federal Disaster Aid for April Storms
Florida Governor Signs Bill Banning Drones From Taking Photos on Private Property
Florida Cat Fund Cash-Ready for Hurricane Season
Jury Finds Starbucks Not Liable for Officer’s Spilled Coffee Injury
FAA Selects Mississippi State to Lead Drone Center
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Hawaii Told to Expect El Nino to Continue All Year
El Nino will bring tropical storms to Hawaii this summer as the weather event warms the Pacific Ocean and bumps up humidity. The National Weather Service predicts El Nino will ...
Los Angeles Residents Busted for Felony Insurance Fraud
Excessive Police Body Camera Data Disrupts Workflow in Oregon Courts
Utah Finds Raising Speed Limit to 70 Hasn’t Changed Driving Speed
Self-Driving Semi Truck Debuts in Nevada
What a Difference the Word ‘Accident’ Makes in Sexual Assault Coverage Cases
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