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Blog Posts in August, 2013

  • Parents of Crane Accident Victim Reach $1 Million Settlement

    The parents of Michael Simermeyer—a construction worker who was killed in a crane accident last year—have agreed to a $1 million settlement with Liberty Mutual. Simermeyer’s parents filed suit in October of 2012 claiming negligence on the part of Yonker’s Contracting Company—the manager of the construction project. The parents claimed several inspections were missed resulting in the crane being ...
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  • Nonprofit Group Push to End Cap on Pain and Suffering Damages

    California Group Propose Ballot Measure to Raise Limit on Pain and Suffering Compensation Consumer Watchdog California (CWC), a nonprofit organization committed to protecting taxpayers from special interest groups, are pursuing a ballot measure to raise the cap on pain and suffering damages in California medical malpractice cases from $250,000 to $1.1 million. CWC anticipate they will secure the ...
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