California Files Water Contamination Lawsuit Against Makers of Toxic Firefighter Foam and PFAS Chemicals
Nov 15, 2022 by Irvin Jackson

Chemical manufacturers knew PFAS were toxic as early as the 1950s, California’s water contamination lawsuit claims. November 15, 2022 By: Irvin Jackson Last week, California became the first state to file a water contamination lawsuit against 3M, DuPont and other manufacturers of firefighting foam and PFAS chemicals that have been widely used over the past […]...Continue reading

Denied Camp Lejeune Injury Claims Must Be Resubmitted Under New Act, U.S. Government Argues
Nov 14, 2022 by Irvin Jackson

The government argues that denied Camp Lejeune injury claims were never assessed under the requirements of the new law. The U.S. government indicates that all previously denied Camp Lejeune injury claims still need to be resubmitted under the requirements of the recently passed Camp Lejeune Justice Act of 2022, urging a federal judge to reject […]...Continue reading

Roundup Cancer Trial Ends in Defense Verdict in Missouri Court
Nov 12, 2022 by Irvin Jackson

It is the third Roundup cancer trial in Missouri which has ended in a defense verdict, and comes as the manufacturers face at least 10 additional jury trials nationwide in the coming months. November 11, 2022 By: Irvin Jackson Studies have linked chemicals in Roundup to non-Hodgkins lymphoma Following massive verdicts in 2018-2019, manufacturers agreed […]...Continue reading

3M Argues About-Face Over Responsibility for Earplugs Linked to Hearing Loss Does Not Warrant Sanction of Waiver
Nov 11, 2022 by Irvin Jackson

The MDL judge is considering whether to impose sanctions that prevent 3M Company from introducing new arguments years into the litigation, that it is not independently liable for hearing loss caused by the defective earplugs. November 11, 2022 By: Irvin Jackson Juries have awarded millions in damages in 3M earplug lawsuits since 2019 3M Company […]...Continue reading

Court Approves Plaintiff Fact Sheet for Bellwether NEC Lawsuits Against Infant Formula Manufacturers
Nov 09, 2022 by Irvin Jackson

A total of 12 Enfamil and Similac NEC lawsuits have been selected for a bellwether program, where plaintiffs must complete a fact sheet providing detailed information about the baby’s use of infant formula and NEC diagnosis. November 09, 2022 By: Irvin Jackson The U.S. District Judge presiding over all NEC lawsuits filed against infant formula […]...Continue reading

What Injuries Can You Suffer from Asbestos Exposure?
Nov 08, 2022 by ZeroRisk Cases Marketing

Mesothelioma/Lung Cancer Litigation These lawsuits cover two types of cancer caused by asbestos, a highly toxic mineral fiber that resulted in groundbreaking mass tort litigation. Asbestos was used in a wide range of products for decades and is still used in a limited number of products. Mesothelioma is a very aggressive and fatal disease. Lung […]...Continue reading

Attorneys to Seek Leadership Positions in Tylenol Autism Lawsuits Brought Over Acetaminophen Pregnancy Warnings
Nov 08, 2022 by Irvin Jackson

The plaintiffs’ attorneys will take actions which will benefit all families pursuing a Tylenol lawsuit over ADHD or autism caused by acetaminophen-based pain medications used during pregnancy. November 08, 2022 By: Irvin Jackson Tylenol autism lawsuits allege inadequate warnings were provided about the risks associated with use of acetaminophen during pregnancy Given common issues, the […]...Continue reading

Aspide Faces Hernia Mesh Lawsuit Over Surgimesh Design Problems
Nov 08, 2022 by Irvin Jackson

Lawsuit alleges Surgimesh failed only a few years after a hernia repair surgery, resulting in an infection, mesh degradation and the need for revision surgery. November 08, 2022 By: Irvin Jackson A Georgia woman has filed a hernia mesh lawsuit against the makers of the Surgimesh, indicating that the hernia repair product was defectively designed, […]...Continue reading

Water Contamination at Camp Lejeune, Other Military Bases Disproportionately Affected Communities of Color: Report
Nov 07, 2022 by Irvin Jackson

Nearly 45% of communities near contaminated military bases, like Camp Lejeune, have mostly minority populations. November 07, 2022 By: Irvin Jackson Toxic pollution at military bases nationwide in recent decades, such as the highly publicized water contamination at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina, has disproportionately affected communities of color across the United States....Continue reading

Mother Files Similac Infant Formula Lawsuit Over Preterm Newborn’s NEC Death
Nov 04, 2022 by Irvin Jackson

Plaintiff’s child was immediately placed on Similac infant formula and died of NEC complications at less than two weeks of age. November 03, 2022 By: Irvin Jackson Abbott Laboratories faces an infant formula lawsuit brought by a Tennessee mother, whose newborn died from necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC), after the cow’s milk-based Similac Special Care 20 and […]...Continue reading