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  • Bob Warren - A lawyer helping Savannah River Site workers

    Unlike many lawyers, Bob Warren agreed to represent sick workers at the Savannah River Site in South Carolina. The pay has been low, but Warren has for 13 years handled their cases in hopes of gaining compensation from the federal government. He's done so, despite battling Parkinson's disease and financial difficulties.Today, he continues to press their cases from a tiny law office in Black Mountain, N.C.

Unlike many lawyers, Bob Warren agreed to represent sick workers at the Savannah River Site in South Carolina. The pay has been low, but Warren has for 13 years handled their cases in hopes of gaining compensation from the federal government. He's done so, despite battling Parkinson's disease and financial difficulties.Today, he continues to press their cases from a tiny law office in Black Mountain, N.C.
Unlike many lawyers, Bob Warren agreed to represent sick workers at the Savannah River Site in South Carolina. The pay has been low, but Warren has for 13 years handled their cases in hopes of gaining compensation from the federal government. He's done so, despite battling Parkinson's disease and financial difficulties.Today, he continues to press their cases from a tiny law office in Black Mountain, N.C.

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