Rideshare companies Uber and Lyft have not done enough to protect the safety of their riders and drivers. If you are an assault survivor, we are here to assist you. There are important steps you need to take to protect your rights. Reach out to us to discuss your legal options.
Toxic chemicals in the water supply of Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune in North Carolina are responsible for causing serious medical conditions. Those who lived or worked at Lejeune between 1953-1987 and developed certain illnesses may qualify for compensation.
Hair relaxer and straightener products are linked to an increase in uterine cancers, particularly among African American women. Users are twice as likely to go on to develop uterine cancer compared to those who do not use the products.
Talc is an ingredient in common household hygiene products like Johnson & Johnson’s baby powder and is linked to ovarian cancer. If you used this product and have ovarian cancer, please reach out to us for a free consultation.
Cases of sexual assault are unfortunately very common. We are committed to the survivors and will tirelessly work to hold perpetrators and institutions accountable. Our compassion and respect for clients is paramount.
Paraquat is a highly toxic herbicide used to control weeds in many farming and commercial groundskeeping settings - and is unfortunately linked to causing Parkinson's disease among its many users. Though banned in dozens of countries, it is still approved for use in America.
Women are filing claims about their Paragard intrauterine devices (IUD), as many doctors report they break apart inside women during removal - causing chronic abdominal pain, infections, pelvic inflammation and infertility. We are working to hold the makers accountable.
Certain textured breast implants and tissue expanders made by Allergan are linked to a rare cancer. The FDA requested a recall by the manufacturer due to the belief they may cause significant patient harm, including death.
Millions of CPAP, BiPAP and ventilator machines made by Philips have been recalled due to potential carcinogenic and toxic chemicals believed to cause cancer or other ailments are released in the users' devices.