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Hydrofacking Linked to Small Earthquakes in Ohio: Report

Ohio has passed new drilling regulations after a report linked hydraulic fracturing to a number of small earthquakes.

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da Vinci Surgery Lawsuit Filed Over Bowel Perforation, Thermal Burns

Intuitive Surgical faces a new lawsuit over the da Vinci surgical robot, claiming that recalled Hot Shears caused internal injuries.

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Taser Brain Damage Lawsuit Settled for $2.25M in Ohio

An Ohio Township has reached a $2.25 million settlement with a man who suffered brain damage after being shot with a Taser weapon while fleeing police.

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Secondary Asbestos Exposure Lawsuit Results in $27M Jury Award

A second-hand asbestos exposure lawsuit has resulted in the largest asbestos verdict in Ohio history for a man suffering from mesothelioma due to his father’s work with asbestos-laden brakes.

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DuPont Lawsuits Continue to Mount Over C8 Water Pollution, Injuries

A growing number of lawsuits are being filed by former residents near a DuPont plant in West Virginia, alleging that they suffered various health problems from the release of the chemical C-8, which contaminated drinking water over a number of years.

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Railroad Car Linked to Ohio CSX Spill Had Known Problems

Dangerous chemicals which spilled after a CSX train derailment in Ohio last week were being carried in a rail car with a history of problems, according to a new report.

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CSX Train Chemical Spill Results in Evacuation Around Willard, Ohio

A CSX train has derailed in Willard, Ohio, spilling a flammable chemical that could cause respiratory damage.

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DuPont C8 Injury Lawsuits Move Forward in MDL

More Ohio residents are suing DuPont over alleged C-8 water contamination they say increased the risks of kidney cancer, birth defects and other health problems.

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Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Risks Highlighted by Health Officials

Health agencies linked carbon monoxide alarm checks to Daylight Savings Time in a run up to the winter months, known for increased incidents of carbon monoxide poisoning.

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Ohio Nursing Home Legionnaires Outbreak Linked to 5 Deaths, 39 Illnesses

Legionnaires disease killed 5 and injured nearly 40 at an Ohio nursing home, where it was tracked to air conditioning towers and water sources.