Lawsuit alleges child sex abuse at Wisconsin Military School
St. John's Northwestern Military Academy in Delafield, Wis. is named as a defendant in a child sex abuse lawsuit filed in late November 2022. The school’s governing entity is also named in the suit,
CPAP Recall Lawsuit Update – Jan. 2023
A 2021 recall of CPAP machines has triggered thousands of lawsuits from people who allege they were injured by dangerous chemicals the devices off-gas during operation. In June 2021, Philips recalled millions of the
Camp Lejeune Petition preserves Claimants’ Testimony
Two veterans diagnosed with terminal cancer they believe was caused by exposure to toxic Camp Lejeune water have requested that the Court preserve their deposition testimony while they exhaust administrative remedies the new law
Calif. Water District joins Forever Chemicals MDL
  A California water district serving thousands of San Francisco Bay area residents has joined multidistrict litigation against 3M, DuPont and other entities that make or market “forever chemicals.” The lawsuits allege injury from
Paraquat Lawsuit Update – Jan. 2023
People who allege Paraquat exposure caused them to develop Parkinson's disease filed several more lawsuits last year. Plaintiffs’ attorneys filed an average of more than 200 cases each month  in 2022. The multi-district litigation
Judge sanctions 3M for Bankruptcy Ploy in Earplug Litigation
3M Earplug Lawsuit Update – Dec. 2022 The judge in charge of 3M earplug lawsuits has ruled that 3M can’t avoid legal liability by claiming a related subsidiary is bankrupt. A Florida federal judge
Tylenol Autism Lawsuit Update – Dec. 2022
Walmart Preemption Defense denied in Acetaminophen Autism Lawsuits Tylenol autism lawsuits moved in the plaintiffs’ direction on November 14, 2022. On that day, Judge Denise Cote ruled against Walmart’s motion to dismiss the cases.
Camp Lejeune Lawsuit Update – Dec. 2022
Thousands of Camp Lejeune water contamination claims have been filed since a new statute expanding medical benefits and services for veterans exposed to toxins was signed into law August 10, 2022. More specifically, thousands
Hair Relaxer Cancer Lawsuit Filed
Product liability lawyers are investigating more hair relaxer cancer lawsuits that may be filed against the makers of hair relaxer and straightener products. At least one case has been filed so far which claims
Paraquat Lawsuits follow link to Parkinson’s Disease
  Paraquat lawsuits filed against manufacturers of the popular poison have followed the discovery of evidence linking Paraquat exposure with onset symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. A toxic herbicide banned in many civilized countries but
Cal. Clergy Abuse Survivors file Lawsuits as Deadline looms
Several men who allege they were abused by Catholic priests at Hanna Boys Center of Sonoma have filed clergy sex abuse lawsuits. The timely filings have narrowly beaten the looming deadline to file such
Zantac Lawsuits filed according to Cancer Types
Whether attorneys file a Zantac cancer lawsuit in state or federal court depends largely upon what type of cancer the plaintiff alleges was caused by Zantac. Lawyers are filing bladder, esophageal, gastric, liver, and
Tylenol given to Babies and Children raises Autism Risk – Study
A recent review of acetaminophen (paracetamol) – sold under brand names Tylenol and Panadol – raises the alarm about giving the drug to infants and children. The review’s authors cite acetaminophen’s links with autism spectrum
Calif. Clergy Abuse Lawsuit Update: Nov. 2022
Matthews & Associates Law Firm has filed more than 120 California clergy abuse lawsuits, including a recent case for a 52-year old man who alleges that he was abused as a minor by a
Premature Baby Formula Lawsuit Update: Oct. 2022
Parents whose premature babies were diagnosed with necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) from eating Similac or Enfamil baby formulas are filing lawsuits against the makers. Why are People Filing Baby Formula Lawsuits? Many premature babies fed