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Our lawyers represent victims looking to bring a Camp Lejeune lawsuit in all 50 states.  We believe this page provides more comprehensive and updated information on Camp Lejeune claims than you will find anywhere else.

This page provides the following:

  1. the latest  news and updates on the Camp Lejeune lawsuit

New medical research has recently shown that using Tylenol (acetaminophen) during pregnancy can increase the risk of having a child with autism. This has prompted many parents to file product liability lawsuits against acetaminophen retailers and manufacturers for failing to warn about the dangers of using Tylenol during pregnancy.

The Tylenol autism lawsuits have been consolidated into a class action MDL. In this post, we will look back at how the Tylenol autism litigation has unfolded and discuss the latest developments in this ongoing mass tort.

Tylenol During Pregnancy and Autism

Our law firm handles 3M earplug lawsuits throughout the country. This page provides the latest news and updates on the 3M class action lawsuit for victims.

There is some interesting perspective offered in the comments below from soldiers who are plaintiffs in the 3M earplug lawsuits.  Our lawyers also provide some excellent graphs and charts of how these lawsuits are going that we have updated in January 2023 to reflect the latest 3M verdict, failed effort by 3M to hide behind a bankruptcy court, and new settlement talks.

We summarize where we are in this litigation overview of the 3M litigation today.  You can also find our latest thoughts on when the 3M earplug lawsuit will settle in light of recent developments.

The U.S. national debt is about to hit its maximum ceiling again. This means the federal government could be heading for another budget showdown between President Biden and the Republican-controlled Congress. Previous budget showdowns have resulted in government shutdowns and eventually reductions in the level of government spending.

Many Camp Lejeune victims who have filed claims seeking compensation under the new Camp Lejeune Justice Act (CLJA) may be wondering whether the budget crisis could potentially impact CLJA settlement payouts. Compensation payments under the CLJA are expected to cost the federal government as much as $26 billion over the next few years. The question is whether this large expenditure could end up getting cut as part of the pending budget negotiations.

The short answer is NO. The $26 billion earmarked for Camp Lejeune victims is not at risk of being reduced or eliminated as part of the budget negotiations. However, the budget crisis could result in an extended shutdown of the federal government and that would significantly slow down the already slow CLJA claim process.

Our lawyers are accepting new Exactech recall lawsuits in all 50 states.  Below we discuss the litigation, provide the most recent January 2023 updates – including the latest Exactech recall – and what our lawyers believe the average per person Exactech settlement amounts will be.

Exactech Recall

The medical device company Exactech is one of the leading manufacturers of implant systems utilized in joint replacement surgeries.

Our lawyers are investigating Tepezza hearing loss lawsuits in all 50 states.

Tepezza is an injectable prescription drug used for the treatment of thyroid eye disease (also known as TED). New scientific research has shown, however, that Tepezza can cause some patients to suffer permanent hearing damage and/or tinnitus (ringing in the ears).

Individuals who received Tepezza injections for TED and subsequently suffered hearing loss or tinnitus may be eligible to bring a product liability lawsuit and get financial compensation. Our lawyers are currently accepting Tepezza hearing damage cases. Contact us today to see if you have a case at 800-553-8082 or reach out to us online for a free consultation.

Two new hair relaxer lawsuits were filed in two different federal courts yesterday. The plaintiffs in both hair relaxer suits allege that their long-term use of chemical hair relaxer products caused them to develop uterine cancer. We we will look at the allegations in these most recent cases and discuss the course of nascent hair relaxer litigation.

Debra Ward v. L’Oreal USA, Inc, et al.

The second hair relaxer lawsuit filed yesterday was Debra Ward v. L’Oreal USA Inc., et al. (2:23-cv-00082), which was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington. The plaintiff, Debra Ward, is a resident of Bellevue, which is near Seattle in King County, Washington.

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