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Business Disputes: What is a Breach of Fiduciary Duty?

There are a number of business and legal relationships where one party has an obligation to act in the best interest of another. This obligation is known as a fiduciary duty , and it may exist in a ...
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Product Liability: Ways to Document the Cause of Your Cancer

Product liability cases allege that the negligence of manufacturers, as well as distributors, retailers, and other parties that make consumer products available, more likely than not led to victims ...
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What Are Common Causes of Truck Accidents?

Accidents involving commercial trucks are known for their devastating consequences, including high rates of serious injuries and death. While truck accidents may share the common threat of increased ...
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Can You File a Personal Injury Claim in Addition to Workers’ Compensation?

Workers injured on the job typically have a right to secure medical benefits and wage supplementation through their employer’s workers’ compensation insurance. As a no-fault insurance system, workers’ ...
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How Much is Your Truck Accident Case Worth?

Due to the immense size of commercial vehicles, some of which can weigh as much as 80,000 pounds, accidents involving commercial trucks and tractor-trailers are known for their overwhelming potential ...
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Risks of Overloaded & Improperly Loaded Trucks

Because commercial trucks pose risks to public safety, the trucking industry is subject to numerous state and federal regulations. Among these safety regulations are those concerning the proper ...
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Bayer Stops Selling Essure in Europe

Bayer announced on Monday, September 18 that they will no longer sell Essure, their permanent form of birth control, in Europe. While the pharmaceutical company claims that this decision is purely ...
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Semi-Trucks & Exploding Tires

Tires are an essential component of any vehicle, which means that defects made during the design or manufacturing phase, as well as negligence in maintenance, can lead to devastating blowouts, ...
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Australia Recalls Essure After Years of Reports of Medical Problems

Following years of reports of medical problems, chronic pain, and unintended pregnancies, Australia has issued a recall of the Essure permanent birth control system. Australasian Medical and ...
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Product Liability: Is Talcum Powder Still On The Market?

In previous blogs, we discussed talcum powder and its association with an increased risk of causing ovarian cancer in women. In one notable case resolved just last month, a Los Angeles jury awarded ...
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Who Can You Hold Accountable After An Aviation Accident?

Aviation accidents, including those involving commercial planes, private planes, and helicopters, can involve a range of circumstances. Whether you or a loved one has suffered serious injuries while ...
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Diagnosing Traumatic Brain Injuries

Traumatic brain injuries, or TBIs, are known for causing a number of short- and long-term setbacks, particularly in severe cases. If you suspect you or a loved one has sustained a brain injury in any ...
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How Much Did Pharmaceutical Companies Do To Cause The Opioid Epidemic?

The opioid epidemic has already claimed hundreds of thousands of lives across the United States, and shows no sign of slowing down. According to the State of Ohio Board of Pharmacy, an estimated 793 ...
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Commercial Truck Crashes vs. Car Accidents: Key Differences

While all auto accidents have the potential for creating profound short- and long-term setbacks in the lives of victims and their families, the type of accident that occurs can introduce a number of ...
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Dangers of Actemra

The attorneys at Fleming, Nolen & Jez are currently investigating patients who suffered serious complications from the rheumatoid arthritis immunosuppressive drug Actemra. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Interstitial ...
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What Are the Treatments for Mesothelioma?

Mesothelioma is a rare and deadly form of cancer associated with exposure to asbestos, a chemical that was widely used for construction and industrial purposes from the late 1930s through the 1970s. ...
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Can You File A Lawsuit Against Tylenol For Liver Damage?

Tylenol is one of the most widely used and trusted pain relievers on the market. As an over the counter (OTC) medication manufactured by the pharmaceutical company Johnson & Johnson, Tylenol can be ...
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Plane Crash in Northwestern Georgia Claims at Least Four Lives

A small plane crashed on Saturday, July 1 in northwestern Georgia, claiming the lives of at least four people according to officials. Federal aviation authorities reported that the Piper PA-23 went ...
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Flammable Material in Grenfell Tower Also Used in U.S. Buildings

On June 14, 2017, the deadliest fire in England in over 100 years claimed the lives of at least 80 people. Lethal Cladding Manufactured in America Grenfell Tower was renovated in 2016 with new ...
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TBI & PTSD: Is There a Connection?

Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) refer to the injuries victims sustain as a result of trauma to the head, such as blunt force trauma resulting from auto accidents or falls, blasts, and the rapid ...
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Fleming, Nolen & Jez Investigating the St. Jude Medical ICD & CRT-D Devices

The attorneys at Fleming, Nolen & Jez are currently investigating serious injuries caused by safety defects found in the St. Jude Medical ICD & CRT-D devices. 10,000 different types of ICD's are ...
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Fleming, Nolen & Jez Investigating SynchroMed II for Serious Injuries

The attorneys at Fleming, Nolen & Jez are currently investigating serious injuries and fatalities resulting from accidental overdoses/underdoses, side effects and safety defects resulting from the use ...
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Fleming, Nolen & Jez Investigating Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma Related to Breast Implants

The attorneys at Fleming, Nolen & Jez are currently investigating Anaplastic large cell lymphoma (ALCL) related to breast implants.The attorneys at Fleming, Nolen & Jez are currently investigating ...
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Fleming, Nolen & Jez Investigating OmniPod Insulin Management System

Our attorneys at Fleming, Nolen & Jez are currently investigating the OmniPod Insulin Management System for its serious adverse events, including death. Class 2 Device. There are two pieces to the ...
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Attorney Jessica Kasischke Lobbied on Behalf of Injured Victims on Capitol Hill

This past week, Fleming, Nolen & Jez attorney Jessica Kasischke went to Capitol Hill to lobby Congress on behalf of injured individuals in Texas, and throughout the country. Right now, there is a bill ...
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