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November 2013 Archives

Businesses lobbying for protection from asbestos-injury suits

The widow of former Minnesota Representative, Bruce Vento, opposes a bill imposing disclosure requirements concerning trusts set up to pay individuals sickened by exposure to asbestos.  Bruce Vento died from cancer caused by asbestos-exposure back in 2000.

Class action filed over defective window construction

When you build or buy a home, you have to have a fair degree of trust. Trust that your builder, the contractors and their employees know what they are doing and complete the job correctly. Because, here in Minnesota, a home has to withstand a great many weather extremes. From 20 degrees below zero in the winter to 105 degrees in the summer, your roof, framing, foundation and many other systems face a great deal of stress.

Airport runway subject of defective construction lawsuit

Construction defects can affect projects of all sizes and types, from residential home building in Minnesota, to much larger projects, like those at major international airports. Recently in the news are reports of problems with one of the runways at Los Angeles International Airport, which was the subject of a reconstruction project that was completed in 2007.