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We’re Still Accepting Claims from Camp Lejeune’s Toxic Water Victims

by Staff Blogger | November 1st, 2022

Earlier this year, Congress passed the PACT Act, which included the Camp Lejeune Justice Act. These acts paved the way for countless people who were harmed by the toxic water at Camp Lejeune in Jacksonville, North Carolina to receive benefits and compensation for serious health problems they suffered as a result of being exposed to

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Dry Shampoo Products Recalled Due to Benzene Cancer Risk

by Staff Blogger | October 25th, 2022

Benzene is a chemical that’s found naturally in the environment and in many products. When products have benzene levels that are above the accepted standard, they can put people exposed to them at a higher risk of developing certain types of cancer. Recently, Unilever United States issued a voluntary product recall of several of its

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What to Know about Suing Generic Drug Manufacturers

by Staff Blogger | October 18th, 2022

Pharmaceutical companies often spend billions of dollars researching, developing, and testing new medications. When new drugs pass all FDA trials and are approved to be sold in pharmacies, they are protected by patents that last for 20 years. However, after their patents expire, other pharmaceutical companies can begin selling bioequivalent medications, which means they’re essentially

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5 Foods that Can Cause Dangerous Interactions with Commonly Used Medications

by Staff Blogger | October 11th, 2022

When doctors prescribe medications, they need to do so cautiously and with as much information about patients as possible. To reduce the risk of complications, they need to know things like patients’ allergy history and the names of any other medications or supplements they’re taking. That’s because both prescription and over-the-counter medications, along with dietary

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