Although asbestos and its removal is heavily regulated, asbestos exposure continues to cause mesothelioma among workers. Anyone diagnosed with mesothelioma or asbestos-related disease should speak to a lawyer about their legal options.
There is evidence to suggest that talc, and talcum powder, may be a direct cause of ovarian cancer. Any woman diagnosed with ovarian cancer who uses talcum powder products should speak to a lawyer about their legal options. There is evidence to suggest the manufacturers knew of this information but did nothing to discontinue the product or warn consumers about the risks.
Philadelphia lawyer Ken Rotheweiler offers an example of medical malpractice occurring in an emergency room in this video.
North Carolina attorney Gene Riddle explains how his office can assist injured employees when they are denied workers comp in North Carolina. At his office, two attorneys are Board Certified as specialists in workers comp law, but they charge exactly the same as less experienced attorneys.
In this video, car accident lawyer Curt Miner explains what a passenger should do if they are in an Uber or Lyft that gets into a crash.