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For a period of 35 years (from the 1950s to the 1980s) an estimated 1 million former residents and employees at the Camp Lejeune Marine Corps base in North Carolina were being supplied with drinking water that was poisoned with massive levels of industrial chemicals. Subsequent studies have shown that the exposure to these chemicals caused former Camp Lejeune personnel to suffer higher rates of cancer, birth defects, and other diseases.

Sadly, an austere law in North Carolina has prevented these victims from pursuing justice. That could be about to change, however, as Congress is on the verge – maybe tomorrow – of passing a new law that will give Camp Lejeune water contamination victims the right to file water contamination lawsuits and get compensation for their injuries.

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Firefighting foam (aqueous film-forming foam “AFFF”)) is a chemical product that has been used for years by firemen and in other commercial applications to extinguish fires.

Various studies have recently shown, however, that chronic use or exposure to firefighting can cause certain types of cancer. This discovery has led to a wave of firefighting foam lawsuits by former firemen and others who developed cancer after long periods of occupational exposure to AFF.

Our lawyers are accepting new clients in all 50 states for inclusion in the nationwide AFFF class action lawsuit.

Monsanto Roundup lawsuits have led Bayer to pay billions of dollars in settlement compensation payouts to victims and their families with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.

If you have a new Roundup herbicide non-Hodgin’s lymphoma cancer case, call a Roundup attorney.  Not today.  Right now.  Because the statute of limitations may come upon you quickly.  The statute of limitations is a harsh and unforgiving deadline that is near impossible to get around.  You can call our Roundup lawyers at 800-553-8082.

Roundup Lawsuit June 2022 Update

Our attorneys are handling Camp Lejeune lawsuits in all 50 states.

Marines and their family who lived at Camp Lejeune may have been exposed to contaminated drinking water between 1953 and 1987.   There is solid evidence that this toxic water caused people who ingested it to develop cancer and other health complications.

Victims has been denied the right to seek compensation for their injuries.  Marines fought back of the course of many years for justice.  Now, finally, justice may be at hand.  A new law could be passed as early as next week that will allow Marines and their families to file a Camp Lejeune lawsuit and seek settlement compensation.

The City of Baltimore has joined the thousands of plaintiffs seeking financial compensation for cancer allegedly caused by exposure to a hidden carcinogen in the popular heartburn drug Zantac (ranitidine). In this post we will look at the odd nature of the Zantac lawsuit filed by the City of Baltimore and evaluate its chances of success.

About the Zantac Cancer Lawsuits

Zantac is the popular brand name for ranitidine, an antacid drug used for the treatment of heart burn, indigestion and other common conditions. Zantac and generic ranitidine had been around for decades in both over-the-counter and prescription forms. It was one of the most commonly used medications in the U.S. Over 10 million people used Zantac on a regular basis.

Our lawyers are bringing Paragard lawsuits in all 50 states. 


The Paragard IUD is an intrauterine contraceptive device made by Teva Pharmaceuticals.  It was discovered that a design defect in the Paragard was causing the IUD device to fracture during removal, leaving shattered pieces floating around inside the uterus. Our Paragard lawyers are handling only injury during IUD removal claims.

Over one thousand women who have been harmed by this defect are filing Paragard lawsuits. A Paragard class action lawsuit has been formed.

Our lawyers have high hopes for the Paraquat lawsuit.  Our attorneys are handling these claims in all 50 states.  Our attorneys believe the science strongly supports the premise that Paraquat exposure causes Parkinson’s disease.

As our lawyers discuss below, the Paraquat Parkinson’s disease lawsuit may have higher projected individual settlement amounts than any other mass tort in the country.

What Is Paraquat?

In 2010 Yeardley Love, a 22-year-old women’s lacrosse student-athlete at the University of Virginia was beaten to death by her ex-boyfriend George Huguely. The tragic case made national headlines and was of particular interest locally because Love was from Baltimore. Huguely was convicted of 2nd degree murder and sentenced to 23 years. Love’s mother and sister brought a wrongful death civil lawsuit against Huguely and last week a jury in Virginia awarded them $15 million. Unfortunately, that judgment will likely never be collected. In this post we will look at the wrongful death case and explain why collecting on the $15 million verdict will probably be impossible.

Murder of Yeardley Love

In 2010 Yeardley Love was a beautiful young student-athlete on the women’s lacrosse team at the University of Virginia. Love grew up outside Baltimore and was living in an apartment near UVA’s campus in Charlottesville. George Huguely was also 22 and played on the UVA men’s lacrosse team. Huguely grew up outside Washington, DC in Chevy Chase.

Our lawyers are investigating Zantac lawsuits in all 50 states.

The evidence is clear to our attorneys that Zantac is causing many types of cancer.  This page is about these suits and my prediction on the future of this litigation and what settlement amounts might look like for victims.  I am providing regular Zantac lawsuit updates in this space.  The last update was on February 24, 2022.

How Zantac Lawsuit Will Proceed

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