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Lawsuits Filed Against Gas Company After Neighborhood Explosions

On February 23, a fatal gas explosion occurred in a northwest Dallas neighborhood. The explosion leveled a family’s home severely injuring four people and killing 12-year-old girl. Following the explosion, more than 300 other residences, including 2,800 people, were evacuated from the neighborhood. The little girl’s family filed a lawsuit accusing Atmos Energy of gross…

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Teachers and Students Suffer from Harmful Toxins Found in School

Nearly forty families are filing suit against the state of Washington, the Monroe School District, and Monsanto-a chemical manufacturer-after finding highly toxic chemicals in the Sky Valley Education Center. Over one hundred students and teachers have reported health issues resulting from the toxins in the school, including, among other issues, autoimmune problems, neurological disorders, breathing…

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Nursing Home Operators to Pay $1.25M for Substandard Care

A Georgia-based non-profit and associated companies have agreed to pay $1.25M for claims that they provided effectively worthless services to residents in a Mississippi nursing home. The lawsuit was filed against nursing care conglomerate owners, Julie and Douglas Mittleider, and their companies for rendering prison-like conditions to elderly residents. A string of former complaints, and…

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Big Pharma Gets Slammed with Big Lawsuits Over Opioid Crisis

Counties, cities, and states across the country are suing the nation’s largest pharmaceutical companies over their role in the opioid crisis. Most lawsuits are targeting drug manufacturing giants such as Johnson & Johnson, Purdue Pharma, Inc., and McKesson. According to many lawsuits, the companies failed to follow federal guidelines and “knowingly, recklessly, and/or negligently” released…

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Texas AM Construction Worker Seeking $10 Million After Being Run Over by 9000 Pound Truck

Firm partner Benny Agosto, Jr. files suit on behalf of Benjamin Portillo, a critically injured construction worker for negligence, gross negligence, negligent entrustment, imputed liability, and premises liability, seeking monetary relief of more than $10 million from Gilbane Building Company, Sunstate Equipment Co., LLC, and Derik Matejka, II. According to the lawsuit, the construction worker…

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