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Mary Alexander

Employer Sued for COVID Death in Groundbreaking California Lawsuit

By Mary Alexander & Associates, P.C. |

Since the beginning of the pandemic, it has been incredibly difficult for employees to sue their employers for COVID-19-related injuries. In fact, it has proven almost impossible for anyone to file a COVID-19-related lawsuit for any reason whatsoever. That all appears to be changing, as a California employee has been allowed to move forward… Read More »

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Bay Area jury awards $21.4 million to the families of two brothers who died of cancer as a result of benzene exposure

By Mary Alexander & Associates, P.C. |

San Francisco, CA (March 29, 2019) – A jury in Contra Costa Superior Court today awarded $21.4 million to the families of two brothers who died of cancer as a result of their exposure to the known cancer-causing chemical benzene. The trial lasted over four weeks with the jury deliberating for roughly 3 days…. Read More »

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Was a San Francisco Firefighter Used as a Scapegoat?

By Mary Alexander & Associates, P.C. |

July 6, 2013, Asiana Air Flight 214 collided with a seawall and burst into flames. The San Francisco Fire Department responded quickly, rescuing 304 people, but it was those who didn’t survive that caught media attention. One of those victims was struck by SFFD fire engines, and the resulting fallout has left one San… Read More »

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