ZeroRisk Cases, Inc. Welcomes Natalie Venezia as New CEO and CMO to Drive Market Growth and Expansion
Aug 10, 2023 by ZeroRisk Cases Marketing

ZeroRisk Cases, Inc., a leading mass tort and personal injury client acquisition agency, is proud to announce the appointment of Natalie Venezia as their new CEO and CMO. With her extensive experience in entrepreneurship and marketing strategies across various industries, Ms. Venezia brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to lead ZeroRisk Cases® into an […]...Continue reading

Yakima Army Base to Give Local Residents Water Filters Due to PFAS Contamination Risks
Aug 04, 2023 by Irvin Jackson

The Army indicates it will supply bottled water to homes in the area where high PFAS contamination has been detected until water filtration systems can be installed this fall. The U.S. Army has agreed to install water filtration systems on wells in a community near its Yakima Training Center, due to the detection of high […]...Continue reading

Bellwether Plan for Hair Relaxer Lawsuits To Be Proposed By Parties in Federal MDL
Aug 03, 2023 by Irvin Jackson

A small group of hair relaxer lawsuits will be selected for discovery and prepared for a series of early bellwether trials to help gauge how juries may respond to certain evidence and testimony. The U.S. District Judge presiding over all hair relaxer lawsuits filed by women who developed uterine cancer, ovarian cancer, and other injuries […]...Continue reading

Air Force AFFF Exposure Caused Prostate Cancer, According to Lawsuit Against Foam Manufacturers
Aug 02, 2023 by Irvin Jackson

The use of AFFF in the Air Force placed military service members and other residents at an increased risk of prostate cancer and other health problems, according to complaints. A former Air Force firefighter has brought a lawsuit against AFFF (aqueous film-forming foam) manufacturers, indicating that he developed prostate cancer after years of exposure to […]...Continue reading

Camp Lejeune Plaintiffs’ Lawyers and U.S. Government Are Finalizing a Global Management Order to Move Cases Toward Resolution
Aug 01, 2023 by Irvin Jackson

Parties asked for an extension in individual case deadlines, as they near completion of a Global Case Management Order that will address the filing of a master complaint, responsive pleadings, and a discovery schedule. As a rapidly growing number of Camp Lejeune lawsuits continue to be filed by U.S. military veterans and their family members […]...Continue reading

J&J’s Attempt to Force Baby Powder Cancer Settlements Through U.S. Bankruptcy System Rejected For Second Time
Jul 31, 2023 by Irvin Jackson

Tens of thousands of Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder lawsuits filed by women diagnosed with ovarian cancer following the use of talcum powder will now be able to move forward through the civil court system. For the second time this year, a federal court has dismissed the bankruptcy filing of a Johnson & Johnson subsidiary, […]...Continue reading

Trial Dates for Lawsuits Over Nexium, Prilosec Kidney Damage Pushed Back to October 2023
Jul 28, 2023 by Irvin Jackson

A series of three bellwether trials involving kidney damage lawsuits over Nexium, Prilosec, and other heartburn drugs will go before juries in October 2023, November 2023, and January 2024. The U.S. District Judge presiding over all lawsuits over kidney damage caused by Nexium, Prilosec, and other proton pump inhibitor (PPI) medications has pushed back the […]...Continue reading

Tyco to Stop Making Firefighting Foam With Toxic Chemicals Next Year
Jul 26, 2023 by Irvin Jackson

The announcement comes as the manufacturer faces mounting liability from firefighter foam lawsuits, claiming toxic AFFF products caused firefighters to develop cancer and led to widespread water contamination. Amid an increasing number of firefighter foam lawsuits and mounting regulations seeking to restrict exposure to so-called forever chemicals, Tyco Fire Protection Products has announced it will […]...Continue reading

Nearly 5 Years After Bard Hernia Mesh Lawsuits Centralized in MDL, Plaintiffs Still Waiting for Settlement or Remand
Jul 26, 2023 by Irvin Jackson

With two more Bard hernia mesh lawsuit bellwether trials scheduled over the next few months, plaintiffs are looking for updates on whether a settlement can be reached, or when their cases may be remanded for trial. Following two previously held bellwether trials and nearly five years of coordinated pretrial proceedings in an MDL, individuals who […]...Continue reading

Lawsuit Against AFFF Manufacturers Alleges Firefighting Foam Caused Prostate Cancer Diagnosis
Jul 26, 2023 by Irvin Jackson

A recent study highlighted how AFFF manufacturers intentionally concealed the cancer risks from firefighting foam for decades. A former firefighter says he and other emergency responders were unknowingly exposed to a risk of cancer from firefighting foam for years, because manufacturers failed to warn about the potential health risks and the importance of minimizing exposure....Continue reading

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