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Dump Truck Crashes Through Upper Level Of Parking Garage, GPS Gets Blame
Friday, August 23rd 2019
About 50 cars could be trapped for days in a Quincy parking garage after a dump truck partially fell through an upper level. The incident happened Wednesday at a garage at Furnace Brook Parkway and Copeland Street, Quincy police said. The truck was loaded with gravel.
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$6.5M Settlement To Navajo Nation Over Wells Fargo's Unlawful Practices
Utility Contractor's Improper Road Hole Cover Totals Vehicle In Omaha
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Adjuster Trips Over Her Dog While Working From Home; Court Decides Compensability
Thursday, August 22nd 2019
On the day Tammitha Valcourt-Williams tripped over her dog and injured her hip, shoulder and knee, she was technically on the clock, working from home as a workers' compensation claims adjuster for Sedgwick CMS.
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Jury Awards Up To $13M In Fatal 2016 Gainesville, Florida Crash
Wednesday, August 21st 2019
A Gainesville jury on Friday unanimously agreed to award up to $13 million to the family of a Williston woman who died in a car accident nearly three years ago.
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Insurers Dropped Nearly 350,000 California Homeowners With Wildfire Risk
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Downed Trees On Homes, Cars After Severe Storms Across Upstate South Carolina
Tuesday, August 20th 2019
The American Red Cross says it's helping two adults and eight children whose home was damaged in Monday's storms.
Careening Dump Truck Leaves Trail Of Destruction In Pioneer Square, Seattle
Semis Toppled In Strong Winds, Tornado Damage Reported In Central Iowa
Late-Season Fires Flare Up In Drought-Stricken Parts Of Alaska
GE Accused Of Hiding Billions In Losses In Its Insurance Business
Monday, August 19th 2019
An accountant who gained fame for blowing the whistle on Bernie Madoff's Ponzi scheme has accused General Electric of hiding nearly $40 billion in losses in its long-term care insurance business.
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Brisket Sparks Massive House Fire In North Houston
“Insurance Village” Results In $631K For Frustrated Homeowners
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