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Archive for December 2020

PG&E Judge Proposes Stricter Probation After Wildfires

The judge overseeing PG&E Corp.’s criminal probation is looking to tighten the leash on the utility by requiring it to take into account which power lines were cleared of trees before shutting them off during windstorms. U.S. District Judge William … Source: Claims Journal

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Magnitude 6.3 Earthquake Strikes Croatia; 5 Deaths Reported

ZAGREB, Croatia (AP) — A strong earthquake hit central Croatia on Tuesday, destroying buildings and sending panicked people fleeing into rubble-covered streets in a town southeast of the capital. Authorities said five people were killed and at least 20 were … Source: Claims Journal

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Ambulance Company Settles Lawsuit With Pregnant Employee

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Ambulance company American Medical Response will settle a discrimination lawsuit after it refused to provide a pregnant Spokane, Washington employee a temporary reprieve from heavy-duty work, regulators announced Monday. AMR will pay $162,500 to a paramedic … Source: Claims Journal

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Mormon Church Sued for Alleged Role in Boy Scouts Sex Abuse

PHOENIX (AP) — The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was hit with several lawsuits Monday for allegedly covering up decades of sexual abuse among Boy Scout troops in Arizona, marking the latest litigation before the state’s end-of-year deadline … Source: Claims Journal

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Claims People: Crawford & Co., Doan Group, Woodgate & Clark

Crawford Appoints President for Catastrophe Services Crawford & Co. has appointed Robert Simpson of president of carrier practices for Crawford Catastrophic Services in the United States. He reports to Crawford Claims Solutions U.S. President Ken Tolson. Tolson said in a … Source: Claims Journal

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