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Fired Boeing manager files lawsuit
A former Boeing Co. senior quality manager in San Antonio has sued the company, alleging she was terminated for refusing to allow military cargo planes to return to service because of safety concerns. Cynthia A. Whittenburg, who now lives in Houston, seeks unspecified compensatory and punitive damages from Boeing. The suit was filed last month in Bexar County Circuit Court. A Boeing spokeswoman didn't respond to requests for comment Friday. The Chicago-based manufacturer last week filed a response in the case, generally denying the allegations. Boeing's Port San Antonio facility handles aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul work.
Growing Pains of the Eagle Ford Shale Oil and Natural Gas Boom
Texas Public Radio
Halfway between San Antonio and Laredo on I-35 is the town of Cotulla. In the middle of the harsh South Texas brush country, the county seat of La Salle County has been struggling for decades - but not these days.
Cotulla is a thriving. Big trucks are everywhere hauling miles of pile, gravel and fracking sand for oil rigs that have popped up to cash in on the Eagle Ford Shale oil and natural gas boom.
San Antonio Personal Injury Lawyer Discusses Eagle Ford Shale Accident Risks
The Eagle Ford Shale has brought jobs and revenue to South Texas, but San Antonio attorney Jorge Herrera, of The Herrera Law Firm, Inc., says there is a human cost associated with the economic development.
San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) Aug. 29, 2012 - San Antonio truck accident lawyer Jorge Herrera says he wants to stop trucking companies from putting profits before people as they rush to capitalize on the Eagle Ford Shale oil boom in South Texas. Litigation will hopefully force the trucking industry to regulate itself by providing safe operating procedures to avoid needless injuries and deaths of innocent Texas families.