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Mine Safety in Focus Again

  On April 5, 2010, 29 miners were killed in an explosion in a West Virginia Coal mine Almost immediately, President Obama called for tougher federal mine safety laws.... Read more

OSHA and Who Governs Employee Safte...

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 4,500 workers were killed on the job in 2010. The Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) .... Read more

Safety in the Most Unsafe Jobs

If you have your mind set on truck driving in Alaska, cutting timber in a remote forest or some other dangerous job, make sure you understand all the risks in.... Read more

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Toxic Air Suits Can Come from Problem Indoor or Outdoor Air

Toxic air lawsuits are a relatively recent development in personal injury law. This type of lawsuit comes in two varieties: cases involving outdoor air pollution and cases involving indoor air quality... Read more

The Clean Water Act Can Stop Water Pollution

Lawsuits involving water pollution can be brought under federal or state law. Water contamination is a public health concern that can affect people at great distances from the origin of the problem. I... Read more

When to Sue When Pesticides Injure You

Pesticides are used widely in agriculture, landscaping, and gardening, as well as inside homes and offices. They kill insects that destroy crops, damage buildings, or carry diseases. When handled impr... Read more

Fracking for Energy Resources Comes at a Legal Price

One of the newest ways to access local energy resources has become a growing area of environmental liability. Hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, is the process of releasing underground gases through d... Read more

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