Appeals court does not dismiss N.C. fireworks cases

Thursday, February 6th, 2014 Liability Litigation Workers' Compensation

Negligence lawsuits filed by representatives of three workers who died and one person who survived an explosion inside a truck carrying July 4 fireworks to a North Carolina barrier island display can continue, the state Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday. The three judges unanimously sided with the estates of Mark Hill, Lisa Simmons and Charles Kirkland Jr. and with the injured Martez Holland.

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