US Steel's $3M Worker Injury Claims Cut From Explosion Suit

Law360, Philadelphia (May 30, 2013, 5:21 PM EDT) -- A Pennsylvania state judge Tuesday dismissed nearly $3 million in worker injury claims from U.S. Steel Corp.'s suit that aims to hold a Pennsylvania steamfitting company responsible for a 2010 explosion at the steel giant's Clairton, Pa., coke works.

Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas Judge Stanton Wettick ruled that Power Piping Co. was not responsible for either $2 million in workers' compensation payments to U.S. Steel employees who were injured in the accident or the nearly $1 million in costs stemming from Occupational Safety and...
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