Recent Articles (page 20)


What is Mesothelioma and How Did I Get it?

For decades, honest and hard working people in a variety of industries came in contact with asbestos on a daily basis. Little did they know...

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  • Nov 9, 2016

Working Underground Can Be Dangerous for Subway Workers, but Here’s How the MTA Tries to Protect Them

On Nov. 3, a New York subway train struck two MTA transit workers, killing one and injuring the other while they worked on the tracks....

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  • new-york
  • Nov 9, 2016

Medical Marijuana Prevails in Florida

Morgan & Morgan is proud to announce that Amendment 2 prevailed at the polls. In a historic move, Florida became the 26th state to legalize...

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  • Nov 9, 2016

Naples Sand-Dumping Project Could Be Ideal Way to Save Beaches

Beach erosion is a frequent concern, and Collier County has combated it in Naples for years. The newest way uses sand, brought in by the...

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  • naples
  • Nov 9, 2016

One Winter Haven Restaurant Exemplifies ADA’s Work to Empower Job Hunters with Disabilities

One restaurant owner in Winter Haven has received an award from the Florida Vocational Rehabilitation program this week for his continued work to hire, promote,...

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  • Nov 9, 2016

Crosswalks and Other Safety Measures for Keeping Lexington Kids Safe on the Way to School

Recently a teenager on the way to school was hit by a car at the corner of Blue Ash Drive and Clays Mill Road. This...

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  • lexington
  • Nov 8, 2016

CarFit and Other Ways to Help Aging Parents Stay Safe and Independent on the Road

A new national program designed to help older adult drivers is now making a splash in Orlando’s senior community. CarFit, created by the American Society...

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  • orlando
  • Nov 7, 2016

UberEats in Orlando: Should Prospective Drivers Worry About Cloud of Labor Violation Allegations Hanging Over Uber?

UberEats’ food-delivery services has launched in Orlando this week, joining Google Express, Drizly, and other quick-delivery online services. This launch coincides with other major news...

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  • orlando
  • Nov 4, 2016

Uber Drivers Winning Unemployment Benefits: Are You Next?

Recently, two former Uber drivers discovered they are eligible for unemployment compensation, following a New York State Department of Labor ruling. The unemployment benefits board...

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  • new-york
  • Nov 4, 2016

NHTSA Head Says Automakers Have “Ultimate Responsibility” for Airbag Repairs

Takata’s defective airbags have turned into the largest auto recall in history, a fact which has had a reportedly pronounced impact on the company’s bottom...

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  • Nov 4, 2016

Bike Share Program Begins in St. Petersburg: Is Our City Ready For This?

This week marks the beginning of St. Petersburg’s first bike share program. The Coast Bike Share Program, which also operates in Tampa, has launched a...

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  • Nov 3, 2016

Nashville Outdoor Workers: Don’t Get Injured for a Paycheck

Recently, a worker was injured when a tree fell on him, while clearing a road in Bellevue, according to WMC Action News 5. This accident...

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  • Nov 3, 2016

What if You’re a Victim of Wage Theft and You Don’t Even Know It?

Tallahassee’s growing healthcare industry has been great for the city, but it looks like there’s one thing that might not be so great: Employers not...

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  • Nov 2, 2016

Robinson Street Is on a 'Diet': The Pros and Cons of This Ambitious Construction Project

Changes may be on the way for Robinson Street, a scenic road near Lake Eola that is considered by many to be an obsolete and...

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  • orlando
  • Nov 2, 2016

How Fort Lauderdale Workers Miss Out on Wages

Fort Lauderdale has a diverse economy, and wage theft disputes can pop up anywhere. One recently filed case highlights some common wage theft problems some...

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  • fort-lauderdale
  • Nov 1, 2016