Window Closing on Calif. Clergy Abuse Claims
Anyone who was abused by clergy in California has just a few months remaining to file a claim. The window to file a clergy abuse claim in the golden state closes on Dec. 31,
U.S. Senate passes Camp Lejeune Justice Act
The U.S. Senate voted 84-14 on Thursday, June 16, 2022 to pass the Camp Lejeune Justice Act. H.R. 3967 was launched by the 117th Congress as part of the Honoring our Pact Act created
Judge calls for Arbitration in 3M Earplug Cases
A federal judge overseeing the huge multidistrict litigation (MDL) over 3M's Combat Arms Earplugs ordered the parties on June 10 to begin mediation in July 2022. U.S. District Judge M. Casey Rodgers told the
FDA investigates Deaths linked to Baby Formula
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration says it’s investigating nine infant deaths possibly linked to Abbott Nutrition baby formula U.S. authorities say they’ve started to investigate the deaths of at least nine babies beginning
Southern Calif. Priest Sex Abuse Cases filed Spring 2022
Several priest abuse cases were filed in southern California in April 2022. Plaintiffs in these cases claim they were sexually abused as minors, in several different southern California dioceses. The cases were filed in
Studies show Premie Baby Formula raises Necrotizing Enterocolitis Risk
Several studies have shown that premature baby formula raises the risk of necrotizing enterocolitis. NEC is a condition characterized by variable injury or damage to the intestinal tract. It can cause the death of
Texas DPS admits Police erred  in Uvalde School Shooting
Despite Texas’ top officials like Gov. Greg Abbott praising police handling of the Uvalde elementary school shooting that left 19 children and two teachers dead, the state’s top law enforcement official said last week
Marshals handcuffed Mother trying to save Children at Uvalde Massacre
Police did not only delay their own response to sending tactical teams into the Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas during a school shooting that left 19 children and two teachers dead. Law enforcement
Groups tell Court EPA-Approved Paraquat Kills
Farm-worker advocacy groups, along with health and environmental organizations, told the Ninth Circuit that the U.S. EPA unlawfully approved paraquat despite serious concerns that it may cause Parkinson's, other diseases, and it can even
Plaintiffs win last 3M Earplug Bellwether Trial
$77.5M Verdict on May 20, 2022   The plaintiffs’ side in the 3M earplug litigation won the last bellwether trial on May 20, 2022.  A federal jury in Florida awarded $77.5 million in damages
Camp Lejeune Water Contamination Settlement may be possible soon
Thousands of families who lived at Camp Lejeune await the U.S. Senate's decision on the Camp Lejeune Justice Act of 2022. The U.S. House of Representatives passed the legislation last month, which moved the
Abbott Whistleblower alleged Safety Lapses – Complaint
A former Abbott Nutrition nutrition employee recorded his concerns that Abbott was hiding safety problems at its Sturgis, Mich., production facility. He sent a detailed complaint to the FDA months before Abbott removed infant
Thousands of 3M Earplug Claims dismissed
A federal judge overseeing a multidistrict litigation court in Florida (MDL) regarding allegedly defective 3M earplugs dismissed claims brought by 20,000 people who failed to submit proof that they had served in the military.
Do Pesticides Cause Parkinson’s?
Parkinson’s disease is second only to Alzheimer’s as the world’s most common neurodegenerative disorder. Parkinson’s affects nerve cells in the part of the mid-brain responsible for muscle movement (the substantia nigra). Symptoms include tremors,
3M Earplug Update: Must act now!
A judge overseeing the 3M Earplug cases has ordered that anyone with a case in the litigation must secure his or her own records now. Failure to secure your records immediately will likely mean