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A scathing report about the state of rental homes in Memphis, Tenn., has the city sending out teams of inspectors. The Commercial Appeal reports officials said inspectors will fan out…
Over the objections of a coal miner’s widow and representatives from the United Mine Workers of America, West Virginia’s mine safety board has rejected a regulation that could help prevent…
With the deadline extended for federal forgiveness on Hurricane Katrina disaster loans, political entities on the Mississippi Coast are asking one last time. The cancellation deadline has been extended to…
An ongoing debate in sinkhole claims and litigation is whether the legislature intended for Florida insurers to provide coverage for sinkhole activity that causes aesthetic damage only. In 2005, the…
Representatives of a car parts manufacturing company say they’ve remedied several issues and increased training after receiving the most federal safety violations in Georgia. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported Sunday that…

CatManDo Announces New Website

Mon, 07 Oct 2013
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Published in Southeast News
CatManDo, Inc. a full service independent property insurance claims adjusting and TPA firm servicing the Southeast, announced the redesign of its website, www.catmandoinc.com. The site utilizes a responsive web design…
A Palm Beach County jury has ordered a tire maker to pay almost $10 million to a Florida woman critically injured in a 2009 accident. The Palm Beach Post reported…
An unidentified worker died of a head injury Friday at CONSOL Energy’s McElroy mine in Marshall County, and the West Virginia Office of Miners’ Health, Safety and Training said it…
The Mississippi Supreme Court has ordered a public reprimand and fine for a judge who was accused of failing to disclose a potential conflict in a Smith County asbestos case…

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