Georgia mesothelioma attorney and work injury lawyer was recently featured in the Fulton County Daily Report, Atlanta’s daily legal newspaper, for the result achieved in the Bradley vs. Procter & Gamble and Fru-Con Constructionmatter. On January 1, 2011, Michael Bradley was injured while working on a pressurized system at the P&G facility in Augusta, Georgia. Jonah Flynn brought claims against the designers of the system upon which Mr. Bradley was working, as well as claims against the Procter & Gamble Company, the parent organization to Mr. Bradley’s employer, Procter & Gamble Manufacturing Company. After lengthy discovery, the Mr. Bradley’s claims were favorably resolved.
FCDR Article-Flynn-Bradley Case.pdf
if you work for Procter & Gamble and were injured on the job, you may have claims against other Procter & Gamble entities which are not barred the workers compensation. You may also have claims against outside contractors who caused or contributed to your injury. If you work for a Procter & Gamble contractor, like Fru-Con Construction Corporation or BIS Fru-Con Industrial Services and are injured on the job, you may have claims against a variety of companies, including Procter & Gamble and its affiliates.