Federal Legislation Unleashes Hundreds of Thousands of Camp Lejeune Contaminated Water Claims
Aug 10, 2022 by ZeroRisk Cases Marketing

The Camp Lejeune Justice Act of 2022 is now a law, allowing many of those injured by contaminated water at Camp Lejeune to receive compensation. ZeroRisk Client Acquisition Program™ links those injured by toxic water at this military base with lawyers who fight for their rights. We help law firms with mass toxic tort practices […]...Continue reading

Why Your Law Firm Should Get Actively Involved in Sexual Abuse Cases
Nov 08, 2021 by ZeroRisk Cases Marketing

Many attorneys joined the profession to make a good living, have opportunities to do the right thing, and help people in need. When you and your firm represent victims of sexual abuse, you can accomplish all these goals. Many of these cases, such as those against religious organizations or scouting groups, initially couldn’t be filed […]...Continue reading

Elmiron Lawsuits | Vision Loss and Blindness Claims
Nov 05, 2021 by ZeroRisk Cases Marketing

Elmiron Lawsuits: A Vocabulary Lesson Elmiron is the brand name of a drug used to treat bladder problems, but like so many other drugs, it can cause serious side effects in a completely different part of the body. If you’re going to take Elmiron product liability cases, here is some background information to help you […]...Continue reading

Zantac Lawsuit-NDMA and Cancer
Nov 04, 2021 by ZeroRisk Cases Marketing

What is NDMA? Zantac lawsuits are now consolidated in a class-action federal court in Florida. So if you file a Zantac claim in federal court, your lawsuit will wind up in Florida.  According to the federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA), tests have shown levels of the chemical N-Nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA). Sanofi, the maker of Zantac, […]...Continue reading

Philips CPAP and BiPAP Lawsuit Leads
Nov 03, 2021 by ZeroRisk Cases Marketing

What’s the Cause of Philips CPAP and BiPAP Recalls? PE-PUR Polyurethane Foam Philips, the Dutch conglomerate that makes medical devices, including those to help people with sleep apnea breathe, recalled many CPAP and BiPAP models earlier this year. The company stated users could inhale toxic particles of a chemical foam and harmful gases from the […]...Continue reading