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Philadelphia Oil Refinery Fire Set Off Explosions Felt For Miles

Philadelphia Oil Refinery Fire Set Off Explosions Felt For Miles Fire in a butane vat at a Philadelphia oil refinery complex dating back to 1869 turned the sky a terrifying mix of yellow and orange and awakened residents with a series of explosions they felt in their homes for miles Friday morning. The fire began at the Philadelphia Energy Solutions Refining Complex at 4AM. Firefighters arrived at the scene had the dangerous blaze contained but not under control by 7AM. Air Management Services reported that it was on the scene immediately after the explosions and took air samples. Tests are being run on...

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Virginia Beach Mass Shooting

Virginia Beach Mass Shooting In sad news, at least 11 people were killed and multiple people were injured when a gunman opened fire at a municipal building in Virginia Beach. The gunman is believed to have been a current municipal employee and is being reported as having died after he was taken into custody. Details are continuing to emerge. Free Case Evaluation Question? Call Now!...

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Houston Area Officer Caught On Viral Video Fatally Shooting A Pregnant Woman

Houston Area Officer Caught On Viral Video Fatally Shooting A Pregnant Woman Law enforcement made news headlines again for excessive violence when an officer outside of Houston fatally shot a woman who could be heard on camera shouting that she was pregnant. The incident was captured on social media Monday night and depicted a Baytown officer confronting a woman he believed had multiple warrants, in an attempt to arrest her. A spokesman for the Baytown Police claims that a struggle started during the arrest attempt and the officer was forced to use his Taser but the victim was apparently able to...

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Cancer Doctor Awarded $1.2 Million In Police Brutality Case

Cancer Doctor Awarded $1.2 Million In Police Brutality Case A jury has awarded $1.2 million in a lawsuit in which a prominent cancer doctor was supposedly manhandled by a New York City cop before she clipped him with her car. Dr. Wellner had sued the NYPD, claiming she was the victim of excessive force during a 2016 traffic stop that ultimately ended with her being arrested for injuring the officer. It wasn’t immediately clear how the jury determined the officer had used excessive force or why she was awarded $1.2 million. Free Case Evaluation Question? Call Now!...

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Action Legal Group Trusted Referral Partners Retained In Chemical Spill Case

Action Legal Group Trusted Referral Partners Retained In Chemical Spill Case Action Legal Group is proud to announce that its trusted referral partner attorneys from Romanucci & Blandin have been retained in relation to the dangerous chemical spill which took place in Beach Park, IL on April 25th. After the dangerous chemical spill, more than 35 people were transported hospitals for inhalation injuries. Free Case Evaluation Question? Call Now!...

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Hearing Loss Due To Defective Earplugs

Hearing Loss Due To Defective Earplugs ACTION LEGAL GROUP IS HELPING MEMBERS OF THE UNITED STATES ARMED FORCES WHO SUFFERED HEARING LOSS DUE TO DEFECTIVE EARPLUGS Individuals who served in the U.S. military were issued earplugs for hearing protection that had not been properly designed for full ear insertion by a wearer. The earplug length would often result in a fit in the ear canal that would increasingly loosen during the course of extended wear and would therefore not provide the earplug user hearing protection or cancellation of noise. The brave men and women who were serving in the United States military...

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White Man Assaults Black Woman And Police Arrest The Victim

White Man Assaults Black Woman And Police Arrest The Victim L’Daijohnique Lee made the mistake of going the wrong way down a one-way street in Dallas. A supposedly concerned citizen, Austin Shuffield was pulling out of a parking lot at the same time and attempted to take a photo of her license plate. The incident then quickly escalated, when an armed an intoxicated Shuffield approached Lee on foot. He knocked Lee’s phone from her hand and then repeatedly struck her in the head. Lee, while in distress, then smashed the windows in the assailant’s vehicle. This of note because authorities did...

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Chicago jury awards $21.3M to the family of a victim of a high-speed police chase

Chicago jury awards $21.3M to the family of a victim of a high-speed police chase There was a life-changing event in Leslie Carrion’s life in December 2015, in which she was seriously injured and and her mother lost her life. An additional 11 injured people were sent to hospitals. The cause was the violent end to a high-speed police pursuit of a teenager driving a suspected stolen minivan through residential streets. The minivan crashed into the family’s SUV. Only three such cases in the past decade went to trial, with the largest of those jury awards coming in at $3.5 million....

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Southeast DuPage County Residents Hurt by Dangerous Gas

Southeast DuPage County Residents Hurt by Dangerous Gas Records indicate that the residents of one area of Southeast DuPage County are nine times more likely than someone living in almost any other Illinois county to develop cancer. This sad reality has been found to likely be due to ethylene oxide, a fumigating gas that has been found to be far more dangerous than was previously thought. The gas has been employed for years by Sterigenics to fumigate pharmaceuticals, medical instruments and food to kill bacteria and pests. The company began to be investigated last year after the community popped out on...

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New Mexico Bus Crash Sparks Second Investigation

New Mexico Bus Crash Sparks Second Investigation Emerging news regarding the July 15th bus crash in New Mexico indicates that one passenger amongst the nearly 30 people who were injured when the bus rolled, was hit by another vehicle and then sideswiped by by a semi, was carrying almost $100,000. The discovery of this money prompted a separate investigation. State police investigators from New Mexico are working to reconstruct the accident scene which involved a total of five vehicles as federal authorities work to collect data from the commercial vehicles. Questions? - Call Us Now - 24/7 ...

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