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Former U.S. Boiler Co. employee sues machine manufacturer after finger is partially amputated

By Marian Johns | Feb 22, 2019

LANCASTER — A former employee of Lancaster-based U.S. Boiler Co. who suffered the partial amputation of his left finger after a boring machine accident has filed a lawsuit against the machine's manufacturer, alleging his injuries resulted from their defective product.

State inmate claims he was attacked by a prisoner with a metal pipe

By Marian Johns | Feb 22, 2019

PHILADELPHIA — An inmate who suffered severe injuries in an alleged attack by a fellow inmate wielding a metal pipe has sued the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections and 10 correctional officers, alleging violation of his Fourteenth Amendment rights.

Lawsuit over fatal boom lift accident coming to Pennsylvania

By Marian Johns | Feb 22, 2019

KANSAS CITY — The U.S. District Court for the District of Kansas has denied the request of Pennsylvania-based JLG Industries Inc. to dismiss a lawsuit against the lift and equipment manufacturer that was filed by the family of a worker who was crushed in an aerial boom lift accident in Missouri.

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Pennsylvania company settles claims of illegally requesting genetic information

By Marian Johns | Oct 22, 2018

INDIANAPOLIS — A Pennsylvania-based company has reached a settlement with the federal government over charges the company requested genetic information from job applicants and employees at its Indiana facility.

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