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Swimming Pool drain grate traps child

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In another report of a swimming pool grate trapping a child, the Chicago Tribune reported that a lawsuit filed was filed by a father on behalf of a child that alleges Union City’s negligence caused his son to become trapped by a swimming pool grate at the bottom of the city swimming pool. As a

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IN A PERSONAL INJURY- CASE THE “WORKER’S COMP EXCLUSIVITY BAR” PREVENTS LAWSUITS AGAINST CO-WORKERS WHEN THE INJURY ‘AROSE OUT OF AND IN THE COURSE OF EMPLOYMENT’”

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Sometimes being a “Super Lawyer” isn’t so super. Doug Landau has the unhappy task of advising potential clients that they cannot sue a co-worker, even for negligence, if the case comes about as the result of a work-related event. Likewise, the Herndon Trial Lawyer has also advised people that they have no worker comp claim

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Legs crushed at car auction results in settlement

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Working in a car auction house can be dangerous. An ABRAMS LANDAU client was able to get a substantial workers comp settlement after having her legs crushed as she was helping to prepare a vehicle for sale. The claimant was an Auction Company’s employee who suffered severe crush injury to her legs when another employee

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