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Current Events and News, Personal Injury, Product Liability and Class Action News | May 26, 2021

Roundup Lawsuit May 2021 Update: Bayer Seeks Preliminary Approval of $2 Billion Settlement Deal for Future Claimants

More than five and a half years after the first Roundup lawsuits were filed, pharmaceutical company Bayer—which purchased Monsanto in 2018—is still in the process of resolving claims. On May 19, 2021, the company appeared before U.S. District Judge Vince Chhabria in San Francisco to request preliminary approval of a settlement deal with a total value of $2 billion.

The settlement would go to compensate plaintiffs in

Personal Injury, Product Liability and Class Action News | May 24, 2021

Are Pressure Cookers Safe?

Pressure Cooker SafetyPressure Cooker Explosions Prompt Ongoing Recalls and Lawsuits

A popular kitchen appliance could be an accident waiting to happen. Electric pressure cookers allow busy people to quickly cook meals using a combination of high pressure and high temperatures.

The problem is that this high-pressure internal environment could set the stage for an explosion if something goes wrong—which happens too often. Hundreds of people across the United States

Accident Tips & Prevention, Product Liability and Class Action News | April 15, 2021

Paraquat Exposure Alert: Paraquat Linked to Parkinson’s Disease

Paraquat Herbicide LawsuitAgricultural Workers Could Be Entitled to Compensation

Agricultural workers who were exposed to the herbicide paraquat and have been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease may have a claim for financial compensation.

With lawsuits against paraquat manufacturers already filed in multiple states, attorneys are now investigating paraquat lawsuit cases at no charge.

A paraquat toxic exposure lawsuit may be your only chance to receive the compensation you need to

Personal Injury | March 23, 2021

Limb Loss and Grief: 5 Coping Strategies for New Amputees

Grief after limb loss is normal. Here are 5 things you need to know about coping with depression and anxiety after an amputation.

Wrapping bandage on amputee stumpIt’s clear that an amputation affects limb loss survivors in physical ways. But the emotional and psychological impacts of losing a limb are sometimes just as serious as the physical ones. The relationship between amputation, grief, and depression is very real and, often, very

Personal Injury | March 23, 2021

10 Tips to Avoid Accidents in Your Home

toddler dangerously crawling into the tub

When you think of injury you think of harm that occurs somewhere other than your own home, but it may surprise you to learn that nearly 45 percent of unintentional injury deaths happen in or around the individual’s home. This is a scary and sobering thought. We all want our homes to be a safe place for our family, loved ones, and ourselves. Despite that, the Center

Personal Injury | March 22, 2021

The 7 Most Bizarre Cancer Symptoms You’ll Probably Ignore

There are some symptoms that we all – hopefully – know could indicate cancer: excessive tiredness and fatigue, the development of strange lumps on the breast or elsewhere on the body.  However, not every cancer symptom is obvious. Some are seemingly minor signs that you might chalk up to another, less serious cause. Others might be so mild that you don’t notice them at all.

Knowing these

Personal Injury | March 22, 2021

Falsely Diagnosed With Cancer – Can I Sue?

Cancer treatmentIf you underwent unnecessary cancer treatments, you could have a multimillion-dollar case.

Most cancer misdiagnosis lawsuits involve the failure to diagnose cancer. The patient has cancer, but the doctor misses the signs or attributes them to some other condition.

But a shocking number of Americans have the opposite experience – and it causes them a great deal of suffering.

Falsely Diagnosed With Cancer – How It Occurred

Personal Injury | March 21, 2021

You Won’t Believe How Often Doctors Misdiagnose These 5 Cancers

The most misdiagnosed cancers in America are also some of the most deadly when detected late.

Late-stage cancer patient in hospital

When it comes to treating almost any kind of cancer, early detection is crucial. The sooner you start getting treatment, the better your prognosis will be. Yet research has shown that doctors misdiagnosed cancer with alarming frequency. Unfortunately, these are precisely the cancers in which a delay in treatment is often

Personal Injury | March 20, 2021

Bad Bedside Manner or Medical Malpractice?

Doctor Medical MalpracticeWhen does bad bedside manner cross the line into actual medical malpractice? Some doctors are everything you could ask for in a physician – reassuring, personable, and caring. Whether you’re in for a routine appointment or battling a potentially life-threatening condition, these doctors leave you feeling like you’re in good hands.

Other doctors, not so much. But there’s a wide spectrum when it comes to bad bedside

Medical Malpractice | March 19, 2021

4 Worst Medical Malpractice Cases Ever

Medical mistakes can result in horrific injuries to patients seeking care for existing physical problems. These issues can lengthen recovery times, create new physical complications and even result in death. Malpractice comes into play when doctors and other medical professionals didn’t take the proper precautions to effectively diagnose or treat patient ailments. Some medical malpractice cases involve extreme lapses in judgment by medical professionals resulting in not

Case Studies | March 12, 2021

Case Study: Dog Bite Compensated $125,000

Like half of all dog bite victims with injuries serious enough to require medical care, our client was just a child at the time of her traumatizing experience. Her visit to a friend’s home turned tragic when she found herself face-to-face with a growling family pet.

A Family Pet Turns Dangerous

The pet Akita that lived at the home of our client’s friend had never shown violent

Personal Injury | February 10, 2021

The 11 Worst Insurance Companies

insurance lawyer philadelphiaThe insurance industry in America makes a staggering $1,000,000,000,000 annually from premiums, according to the American Association for Justice (AAJ). Yes, that is ONE TRILLION dollars.

The AAJ compiled a list of the worst insurance companies in the United States by examining thousands of records about the companies, including court documents, FBI records, and testimony from former insurance employees. Their research identified the companies that work against

Personal Injury, Product Liability and Class Action News | February 9, 2021

Trials Resume For Roundup Cancer Claim

It’s Not Too Late to File a Roundup Claim – Yet

In recent years, plaintiffs have filed 125,000 claims alleging that the weedkiller Roundup caused their cancer. Now, thousands of lawsuits are moving forward with trials – and new claims are still being filed. Speak with an experienced Roundup Cancer claim lawyer today about your next steps in getting legal compensation.

The Latest Update on Roundup Cancer

Personal Injury, Product Liability and Class Action News | February 8, 2021

2021 Update: There’s Still Time to File a Glen Mills Sexual Abuse Lawsuit

Glen Mills Sexual Abuse LawsuitTwo years after an investigative report uncovered allegations of shocking abuse occurring at a juvenile detention center once known as “the Harvard of reform schools,” Glen Mills sexual abuse lawsuits are still being filed.

Survivors of the horrific acts of violence committed at Glen Mills School have the right to hold accountable the staff members who harmed them and the school that let it happen—but they need

Personal Injury, Product Liability and Class Action News | February 1, 2021

Devereux Abuse Lawsuit Update

With Devereux Under Investigation, Sexual Abuse Victims Still Have Time to Seek Justice

PA Devereaux Sex Abuse LawyerWhen allegations came to light in August 2020 that dozens of children had been physically and sexually abused by employees of Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health, the news left readers stunned.

But for many former patients, there was nothing shocking about the news of Devereux Foundation abuse. They knew what could happen to children left