Government Denied Prior Camp Lejeune Disability Claims “Prematurely”, VA Inspector General Says
Sep 29, 2022 by Irvin Jackson

The report estimates veterans with Camp Lejeune disability claims were underpaid by nearly $14 million prior to the passage of the Camp Lejeune Justice Act of 2022. September 29, 2022 By: Irvin Jackson Prior to the passage of the Camp Lejeune Justice Act of 2022, which has opened the door for veterans and family members […]...Continue reading

Lawsuits Over Zantac Cancers Not Supported in Federal MDL Being Filed in State Courts
Sep 28, 2022 by Irvin Jackson

Zantac cancers supported in the federal courts are limited to bladder, esophageal, gastric, liver and pancreatic. Thousands of other lawsuits are being filed in state courts involving breast, kidney, colorectal, prostate, and other cancers. September 28, 2022 By: Irvin Jackson While a federal judge is considering the strength of expert witness testimony this week about […]...Continue reading

EPA to Withdraw Controversial 2020 Roundup Risk Assessment That Said Glyphosate Did Not Cause Cancer
Sep 27, 2022 by Irvin Jackson

New risk assessment about the link between glyphosate in Roundup and cancer will not be completed until 2026. September 26, 2022 By: Irvin Jackson Federal environmental officials are withdrawing a controversial 2020 risk assessment on the link between Roundup and cancer, which involved the controversial active ingredient in the weed killer, glyphosate....Continue reading

The Military Protects the Country. It Doesn’t Protect the Water
Sep 26, 2022 by Ed Lott, Ph.D., M.B.A.

South Carolina and Hawaii have huge numbers of military personnel stationed within their borders. While the military has trained and stationed personnel there for decades, something newer has come along – lawsuits about water contaminated by the military. The Marine base at Camp Lejeune is a significant training center, and thousands are stationed there. On […]...Continue reading

PFAS Settlement Over Drinking Water Contamination Will Result in $54 Million Payment by 3M, Wolverine
Sep 26, 2022 by Irvin Jackson

The $54 million will be divided among more than 1,700 property owners who suffered PFAS drinking water contamination. September 26, 2022 By: Irvin Jackson A federal judge approved a proposed class action settlement over PFAS water contamination, which will result in a payment of $54 million to hundreds of property owners in Kent County, Michigan […]...Continue reading