10 Largest Drug Lawsuits in the United States

Categories: Drug Lawsuit

Pharmaceutical companies have produced amazing medications that have saved millions of lives throughout the world. But they’ve also caused irreparable harm for millions of others – all in the name of profit. When they do this, they often face incredibly huge monetary criminal fines, as well as millions – in some cases, billions – of…

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How Do I File A CPAP Lawsuit?

Categories: CPAP Lawsuit

If you use a CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) device for sleep apnea, you assume it will do what it’s designed to do without causing harm. Unfortunately, thousands of people across the country have actually suffered severe health issues associated with Philips CPAP machines. Millions of them have been recalled as a result. Philips CPAP…

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What Caused The Water Contamination At Camp Lejeune?

Categories: Camp Lejeune

If you served at the Camp Lejeune U.S. Marine Corps base in North Carolina between 1953-1987, or you were at the base for any extended period of time, you were exposed to highly contaminated drinking water. You could be at a higher risk for a host of serious diseases as a result. The McEwen Law…

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What Illnesses Did The Camp Lejeune Water Contamination Cause?

Categories: Camp Lejeune

Between the years 1953-1987, as many as 1 million people – or possibly even more – were very likely exposed to dangerous contaminated water at North Carolina’s Camp Lejeune U.S. Marine Corps base. This water has been linked with several severe illnesses, including many forms of cancer. Victims of contamination may be eligible to receive…

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Breaking News: Camp Lejeune Justice Act Passes the Senate

Categories: Camp Lejeune

August 2, 2022 – It was recently announced that the U.S. Senate voted to pass the Camp Lejeune Justice Act. This law will allow any person who was injured, made sick, or die due to exposure to the contaminated drinking water at Camp Lejeune Marine Corps base. President Biden is expected to sign this bill…

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