Survivors And Workers Of The 9/11 WTC Tragedy Are Suffering From Different Forms Of Cancer, Receive Compensation under Zadroga Bill.
People are still feeling the effects of 9/11. Thousands of individuals volunteered to help in one way or another. Many others survived the ordeal of that day. After the World Trade Center (WTC) bombings, scores of survivors and volunteers that were in the area are now suffering from some form of cancer.
The 9/11 victims fund will cover all financial considerations, including lost income and expenses.
Over 9,000 lawsuits are in progress concerning the makers and distributers of Xarelto, a blood thinner that is produced by both Bayer AG and Janssen Pharmaceuticals, the latter being a subsidiary of the drug company Johnson & Johnson. Over 7,000 of these Xarelto lawsuits have been filed in Louisiana alone. Another 1,000 cases have been filed in Delaware, and an additional 1,000 filed in a state court in Pennsylvania. The plaintiffs of Xarelto claim the drug caused bleeding to the brain or intestine, which then lead to more severe side effects. These include hospitalization and death. The plaintiffs are accusing the defendants of not warning their patients of the severe dangers of the drug.
The husband of a deceased hysterectomy patient has told the Third Circuit that the patient’s surgeon cannot contest a 2014 New Jersey state court judgment against him and move the case to federal court, saying he failed to respond to the suit for over two years and that his claim to be a federal employee […]
A Pennsylvania state court judge on Tuesday ended a real estate developer’s lawsuit alleging an environmental group’s advocacy against a proposed townhouse project cost it “tens of millions of dollars” in lost opportunity, finding the group’s advocacy was constitutionally protected.
The president of the United Mine Workers of America criticized the recent appointment of Wayne Palmer as acting policy head of the Mine Safety and Health Administration Tuesday, questioning how much the longtime congressional staffer knows about mine safety.
Russian energy company PAO Tatneft on Tuesday asked a D.C. federal court to confirm a $112 million award it won against Ukraine following the forced takeover of the country’s largest refinery, arguing that the Ukrainian government has failed to show narrow exceptions to enforcement under an international treaty.
The U.S. Navy said Wednesday it has relieved the commander of its largest fleet, Vice Adm. Joseph Aucoin, from duty after a deadly crash between a Navy ship and a commercial vessel, saying the service lost confidence in him.
A marathon organizer is facing a proposed class action in Oregon federal court by a race participant alleging that the company misled registrants by canceling the September event in Vancouver, Washington, and telling runners they would not receive a full refund of their registration fees.
A New Hampshire federal judge on Tuesday tossed a suit from a group of Portsmouth residents against the federal government, the state and the city that alleged a proposed upgrade to a wastewater treatment facility on Peirce Island wouldn't bring the city into compliance with the Clean Water Act.
A Michigan appeals panel on Tuesday revived MGM’s challenge accusing Detroit of taxing the company’s casino at a higher property tax rate than the city’s other two casinos, holding that MGM has properly alleged a “mutual mistake” within the required time frame.
Just two days after the first round of talks to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement wrapped up, President Donald Trump on Tuesday reiterated his openness to “terminating” the deal altogether.