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Academy of Truck Accident Attorneys – Board Certification Test

The American Bar Association on August 7, 2018, approved board certification for attorneys handling truck accident claims, which is good news for those looking to practice law in the field of trucking litigation. The Academy of Truck Accident Attorneys is pleased to announce that it has obtained bar accreditation from the American Bar Association. It […]

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Toxic Contamination On 708 Military Bases?

The National Academies study cites data collected by the Environmental Working Group that found PFAS contaminates 678 U.S. military sites to varying degrees. Individuals living near sites contaminated by manufacturing chemicals known as PFAS should be regularly tested, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine recommended in a report released Thursday. The Environmental Working […]

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News Camp LeJeune Water Contamination 2022

Veterans and their families who served at Camp Lejeune in NC – Mobile, Alabama – Thousands of lawsuits are expected to be filed decades after toxic water poisoned families there. Sherry Weatherford from Mobile, Alabama, believes that exposure caused her cancer. In 2015, Weatherford received a surprising and unsettling diagnosis: stage 2 lung cancer. “I […]

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Monsanto Trial Tracker info

100K Roundup Lawsuits for $11 Billion in Damages As of May 2022, Bayer has settled nearly 100,000 Roundup lawsuits for $11 billion. Bayer has accomplished this by negotiating block settlement arrangements with plaintiffs’ lawyers who have large numbers of cases in the litigation. Even though these settlements make up almost 80% of all pending Roundup […]

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California Med Mal Improvements | Medical Injury Compensation Reform Act

Assembly Bill 35 passed its final hurdle in the legislature on May 12, when it passed unanimously out of the California State Assembly. The bill, jointly authored by Assembly Majority Leader Eloise Reyes and Senator Tom Umberg, will implement the historic agreement between Californians Allied for Patient Protection (CAPP) and the Consumer Attorneys of California […]

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