Here is yet another update for the ongoing 3M Military Earplug Litigation. In our June 2022 update, we cover the most recent bellwether trials and how their outcomes may shape the rest of the litigation.
If you or a loved one lived, served, or worked at the Camp Lejeune military base in North Carolina between 1953 and 1987 for a minimum period of 30 days, and were later diagnosed with cancer, a neurologic disorder, or any other type of disease or health condition that you think may have been caused by contaminated water you may be entitled to significant damages without ever going to court.
Valsartan, a common drug used to treat high blood pressure and heart failure, has been recalled over NDMA contamination. NDMA is a probable human carcinogen that was once used as an ingredient in rocket fuel and is currently actually used to create cancer in rats for cancer research. Learn how you might be at risk and what you need to know going forward.
Here is yet another update for the ongoing Hernia Mesh Litigation. In our May 2022 update, we cover the most recent bellwether trials and how their outcomes may shape the rest of the litigation.
If you or a loved one developed a serious infection within one year of hip or knee surgery between 2014 and present that required additional surgical procedures to remove and clean or replace the hip or knee implant, you may be entitled to significant compensation without ever going to court.
Here is yet another update for the ongoing 3M Military Earplug Litigation. In our April 2022 update, we cover the most recent bellwether trials and how their outcomes may shape the rest of the litigation.
For years the VA denied any relationship between veterans’ exposure to noxious smoke from burn pits and an array of health concerns, including cancer. More recently, the VA has softened their stance, and promising recent legislation is paving the way for well deserved benefits for veterans who have silently suffered for decades.
In this article, we look back to the top mass tort cases we covered in 2021 that will continue to develop in the new year, featuring updates on why Roundup's link to cancer is being reviewed by the US Supreme Court, why 2022 may bring with it additional Opioid settlements, J&J's continued battle against Talc liabilities, and the growing number of cases against 3M and other PFAS manufacturers.