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This law firm and this lawyer is amazing! I put in a consultation request on a Saturday, extremely late, and received a call from this attorney, HIMSELF…on a Saturday night! Now that’s dedication and almost the exclusive reason I chose him. That showed he was extremely concerned and extremely dedicated to what he does and therefore may help me extremely in the future.

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Recent News & Articles

October 15, 2018 in Opioid Litigation

Can You Sue If Your Child Was Born With an Opiate Addiction?

Adults, it seems fair to say, are the understandable face of opioid addiction. After all, opioid addiction has helped contribute to the fact that drug overdoses are now thought to be the leading cause of death for Americans under 50 years of age. Moreover, an estimated 60 percent of the more than 64,000 overdose deaths in 2016 involved an opioid.…
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October 15, 2018 in Opioid Litigation

Can I Sue If I Lost a Spouse to an Opioid Overdose?

Losing a spouse is something that cannot truly be put into words. An envisioned future of shared dreams and completed goals that is taken away by the negligence of a legally responsible party deserves compensation. If you have lost a spouse who is one of the more than 300,000 Americans who has passed away due to an opioid overdose, then…
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October 15, 2018 in Opioid Litigation

Opioid Case With National Implications Should Move Forward, Court-Appointed Expert Says

A substantial number of the growing body of lawsuits against Big Pharma and the opioid industry have been consolidated into multi-district litigation (MDL) in federal court. Indeed, more than 1,000 cases filed by government entities have been consolidated into a Cleveland, Ohio court presided over by U.S. District Judge Dan Polster. Of these lawsuits, one case in particular — which could…
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October 11, 2018 in Uber/Lyft Accidents

Months After Fatal Self-Driving Crash, Uber Announces $150M Investment for Self-Driving Research in Toronto

In the immediate aftermath of Uber's first fatal accident involving a self-driving vehicle (which occurred in March of 2018), the San Francisco-based company appeared to be scaling back its broad autonomous vehicle ambitions. Indeed, Uber shut down its self-driving testing program after the fatal crash occurred in Tempe, Arizona. However, it soon became clear that Uber's plans to suspend self-driving testing…
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