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A Pittsburgh masonry company may have to pay $201,354 in penalties to the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration for safety violations that led to the electrocution of a 21-year-old laborer during a restoration project.
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The use of exoskeletons to treat injured workers is catching on slowly, but medical application of the devices could get a boost as they are used more frequently for improving productivity in the workplace, one expert said.
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Growers Street Cooling paid $310,000 in costs and civil penalties to settle allegations that its systemic violation of safety laws resulted in the death of a worker, the Monterey County District Attorney’s Office announced.
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The Georgia Supreme Court ruled Monday that an employer could terminate benefits to a worker who had aggravated his pre-existing conditions after healing to a point comparable to his condition before the workplace injury.
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A New York appellate court ruled that a worker’s estate can pursue a wrongful death claim against a property owner whose alleged Labor Law violation resulted in injuries that led to the worker's fatal overdose.
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A New York appellate court ruled that an employer’s failure to include the appropriate cover sheet for an appeal resulted in the forfeiture of its challenge to an award to an injured police officer.
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The New Jersey Superior Court’s Appellate Division ruled that an injured worker presented sufficient evidence of intentional tortious conduct by his employer to proceed with a civil action against the company for his injuries from an explosion.