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Contaminated Water at Camp Lejeune Contains Cancer Causing Chemicals

Veterans and their family members who served on active duty or resided at Camp Lejeune Marine Corps base in North Carolina between August 1, 1953, and December 31, 1987, may be able to collect disability, health benefits, and financial compensation for several medical conditions [...]
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How Class Action Lawsuits Differ from Mass Tort Cases

When we think of any trial or court case, we tend to imagine an individual seeking compensation for damages done by another, one-on-one. Both mass tort and class action cases are unique because they group “the individual” or the plaintiffs into one larger lawsuit against the [...]
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Determining Hotel or Airbnb Injury Liability can be Difficult

In more recent years, longer Airbnb stays have surpassed that of hotels by about 2.4 times. While both hotels and Airbnb stays will always have a place in the market, understanding the liability that each holds in differing situations can be beneficial for the traveler.
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Similac Toxic Baby Formula Lawsuit

Product liability lawsuits are being filed alleging the popular baby formula, Similac, caused premature infants to develop a serious gastrointestinal infection called Necrotizing Enterocolitis (NEC).
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Enfamil Toxic Baby Formula Lawsuit

Enfamil lawsuits allege this commonly used baby formula has caused many premature infants to develop a serious and potentially fatal gastrointestinal infection called Necrotizing Enterocolitis (NEC).
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What Does Negligence Mean and How is it Determined? 

One of the most common types of personal injury lawsuits involves a claim of negligence. Negligence describes a situation in which a person acts in a careless manner and results in someone else getting hurt or property being damaged.
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Pedestrian Accidents on a College Campus: What You Need to Know

Nearly 4.4 million people are injured by motor vehicles every day. Within these millions of people, about 14% of accidents involved a pedestrian. As a college student, visitor, professor or campus employee, you’ll want to ensure you stay safe while maneuvering a university [...]
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Who Can be Liable in a Trucking Accident?

Whether you’re a professional long-haul driver or a typical passenger vehicle driver, getting into an accident with a large vehicle like a semi-truck can be very traumatic. Moreover, understanding who can be held responsible for such an accident can be complicated at best.
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Developed Cancer After Using Talcum Powder?

Did you know that a recalled, potentially carcinogenic product, now linked with several different types of cancer (including ovarian, lung, and uterine cancers) could be lurking in your medicine cabinet? Dangers of Talcum Powder According to the American Cancer Society, [...]
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Philips CPAP Recall Lawsuit: What You Need to Know

Royal Philips announced a voluntary recall of Philips CPAP machines in June 2021 due to potential health risks, including cancer. If you used one of the recalled Philips CPAP machines and were later diagnosed with cancer, you may have a legal claim on your hands.
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