$500K Awarded to Man Whose Hernia Mesh Stuck to His Insides in a Giant Ball

​Ohio jury finds ​C.R. Bard Inc. and subsidiary Davol Inc. failed to warn of risks ​in one of the largest ​MDLs in the country.
Plaintiffs' Attorneys Launch Groundbreaking Strategy to Negate J&J's Third Bankruptcy Attempt in Talc Litigation

Sixty trial lawyers from across the country gather in Pensacola today for a Johnson & Johnson Trial Package Bootcamp--the makings of a massive, cross-country litigation machine
School Board of Escambia County, Florida, Sues Social Media Companies

Complaint alleges that Meta, Snap, TikTok, Google, and YouTube cause harmful addictions that are creating a youth mental health crisis for which schools are bearing unprecedented costs. 
Paris Hilton's Accounts of Being Forced to Take Daily Medications as a Resident in Various "Troubled Teen" Facilities Pave the Way for Medical Malpractice Lawsuits, Lawyers Say.

Yesterday, the global celebrity rallied an army of mass tort attorneys in a war against a multi-billion-dollar industry of underregulated residential youth treatment programs.
Plaintiffs Attorneys in Heartburn Drugs Lawsuits Announce $425M AstraZeneca Settlement But Say the Fight Is Not Over

The Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee (PSC) in the national Proton-Pump Inhibitor (PPI) litigation just achieved a massive settlement for thousands of victims whose acid reflux drugs allegedly caused their kidney injuries.  
MEDIA ADVISORY: Paris Hilton to Rally an Army of Mass Tort Attorneys in a War Against the "Troubled Teen" Industry

The global celebrity, survivor, entrepreneur, and advocate turns to the civil justice system to crush publicly funded, for-profit facilities that abuse youth placed in their care.
Troy Rafferty's Soul Bowl Hits Blue Wahoos Stadium on October 14

Annual family-friendly tradition joins Pensacola residents for a day of football and a positive sense of community
Multiple Lawsuits Filed Against Alabama Officials Over Systemic Discrimination of Children With Disabilities

Complaints allege disabled children in residential treatment facilities are denied equal education; attorneys also represent victims of physical and sexual abuse at these facilities.
Kroger Will Pay $1.4 Billion to Resolve its Opioid Cases

Attorney who led the prosecution of the case against the U.S. supermarket giant said it failed to adequately train and equip its pharmacists to identify and react to red flags on opioid prescriptions.
$1.689MM Verdict in First Skanska Damages Trial

Pensacola oyster farmer prevails at civil trial and recovers damages for property and lost income. 
$500K Awarded to Man Whose Hernia Mesh Stuck to His Insides in a Giant Ball

​Ohio jury finds ​C.R. Bard Inc. and subsidiary Davol Inc. failed to warn of risks ​in one of the largest ​MDLs in the country.
Plaintiffs' Attorneys Launch Groundbreaking Strategy to Negate J&J's Third Bankruptcy Attempt in Talc Litigation

Sixty trial lawyers from across the country gather in Pensacola today for a Johnson & Johnson Trial Package Bootcamp--the makings of a massive, cross-country litigation machine
School Board of Escambia County, Florida, Sues Social Media Companies

Complaint alleges that Meta, Snap, TikTok, Google, and YouTube cause harmful addictions that are creating a youth mental health crisis for which schools are bearing unprecedented costs. 
Paris Hilton's Accounts of Being Forced to Take Daily Medications as a Resident in Various "Troubled Teen" Facilities Pave the Way for Medical Malpractice Lawsuits, Lawyers Say.

Yesterday, the global celebrity rallied an army of mass tort attorneys in a war against a multi-billion-dollar industry of underregulated residential youth treatment programs.
Plaintiffs Attorneys in Heartburn Drugs Lawsuits Announce $425M AstraZeneca Settlement But Say the Fight Is Not Over

The Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee (PSC) in the national Proton-Pump Inhibitor (PPI) litigation just achieved a massive settlement for thousands of victims whose acid reflux drugs allegedly caused their kidney injuries.  
MEDIA ADVISORY: Paris Hilton to Rally an Army of Mass Tort Attorneys in a War Against the "Troubled Teen" Industry

The global celebrity, survivor, entrepreneur, and advocate turns to the civil justice system to crush publicly funded, for-profit facilities that abuse youth placed in their care.
Troy Rafferty's Soul Bowl Hits Blue Wahoos Stadium on October 14

Annual family-friendly tradition joins Pensacola residents for a day of football and a positive sense of community
Multiple Lawsuits Filed Against Alabama Officials Over Systemic Discrimination of Children With Disabilities

Complaints allege disabled children in residential treatment facilities are denied equal education; attorneys also represent victims of physical and sexual abuse at these facilities.
Kroger Will Pay $1.4 Billion to Resolve its Opioid Cases

Attorney who led the prosecution of the case against the U.S. supermarket giant said it failed to adequately train and equip its pharmacists to identify and react to red flags on opioid prescriptions.
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