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Jury Orders BP to pay $100 Million in Toxic Exposure Case

When BP was hit with a record-breaking OSHA fine of $87 million in October for failure to comply with the settlement agreement signed following the 2005 Texas City refinery explosion, little did they know that their troubles were just beginning. A jury has just awarded ten contract workers for BP $10 million each in punitive damages for exposure to toxic substances at the refinery. Attorneys for the workers successfully argued that the workers were made ill not from the catastrophic explosion, but from a series of leaks that occurred at the refinery. 
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