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Napoli Shkolnik Files Class Action Lawsuit For Love Canal

Napoli Shkolnik Files Class Action Lawsuit For Love Canal

| Environmental Litigation
Napoli Shkolnik has filed a class action lawsuit against the City of Niagara Falls, the Niagara Falls Water Board, Occidental Petroleum Corporation (the former Hooker Chemical Corp.), and other defendants, for injuries related to toxic waste released from the Love Canal hazardous waste site. Love Canal, an area synonymous with hazardous waste and public health…Read the article
Cyberbullying: What’s Happening Online

Cyberbullying: What’s Happening Online

| Napoli Shkolnik News
Cyberbullying and Teen Depression: A Look Into Peer Pressure, Suicides If there are two things in life that are absolutely true in 2018, it is that social media usage and the internet are ubiquitous, and that being a teen hasn’t gotten any easier. In fact, rates of teen depression have skyrocketed when compared to earlier…Read the article
Upcoming Flint Town Hall Meeting

Upcoming Flint Town Hall Meeting

| Environmental Litigation
IN THE MEDIA ABC12 (Flint WJRT) promotes upcoming Flint Town Hall Meeting. Join us after church on Sunday, February 18 for an insightful experience that will also be a welcome break from the drinking water crisis. Outspoken Councilman Eric Mays, who has taken a leadership role in addressing the crisis, will speak to the crowd.…Read the article
#MeToo Takes Center Stage At New York Fashion Week

#MeToo Takes Center Stage At New York Fashion Week

| Personal Injury
For years, fashion models have been seen and not heard. Now, organizers at New York Fashion Week are trying to change that dynamic. In one event, models will end a traditional catwalk by sharing their stories about sexual abuse and exploitation. These stories are especially common in fashion circles where young women are often in…Read the article
What is the Difference Between Opioids and Opiates?

What is the Difference Between Opioids and Opiates?

| Opioid Crisis
You already most likely know about the growing crisis of the opioid epidemic that is growing all across the country. We hear a lot of talk going on about the growing number of addicts and overdose cases but most of us know very little, if anything at all, about opioids, addiction, and the crisis. That…Read the article
NY State Assembly To Debate ‘Intoxication’ Definition

NY State Assembly To Debate ‘Intoxication’ Definition

| Personal Injury
Assistant Speaker Felix Ortiz (D-Brooklyn) said he would re-introduce a proposal to change New York’s alcohol intoxication threshold from .08 to .05, based on a recent National Academy of Sciences report that made the same recommendation. Brushing off criticism from restaurant owners and lobbying groups which claimed that the proposal would effectively shut down many…Read the article
Seven Signs and Symptoms: Opioid Prescription Danger

Seven Signs and Symptoms: Opioid Prescription Danger

| Opioid Crisis
Modern medicine has made life easier for many and has helped extend our lives as well. But with all the good that has come there is also a darker side, one of which is the abuse and addiction that comes with potent pain killers, especially opioids. When a physician prescribes an opioid like oxycodone or…Read the article
This Year’s Deadly Flu Season

This Year’s Deadly Flu Season

| Napoli Shkolnik News
Most people have contracted the flu at some point in their life, or cared for a sick loved one with the flu at the very least. After all, there is a flu season every year in the United States. In most cases, however, most people can escape the worst effects of the flu via vaccine,…Read the article
Louisiana Officials Free Innocent Man

Louisiana Officials Free Innocent Man

| Civil Rights
Despite having spent nearly a half-century behind bars for a violent crime that he did not commit, 65-year-old Wilbert Jones said that his faith enabled him to “forgive” everyone involved in his ordeal. In 1974, Mr. Jones was convicted of an aggravated rape he allegedly committed as a teenager and was sentenced to life without…Read the article
Brett Favre Speaks Out Against Head Injury Risks

Brett Favre Speaks Out Against Head Injury Risks

| Personal Injury
While the two Super Bowl quarterbacks are getting most of the headlines, the Hall of Famer made headlines of his own when he said that he would discourage his grandchildren from playing football. In an interview, Favre called football concussions “a scary issue.” Additionally, head injuries in football are going to get worse as the…Read the article
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