Napoli Shkolnik Blog

What You Need To Know About Taxotere

What You Need To Know About Taxotere

| Pharmaceutical Litigation
In 2018, there were approximately 266,120 new cases reported of invasive types of breast cancer, along with another 63,960 cases reported of non-invasive types of breast cancer. For every eight women in the United States, at least one will develop some form of breast cancer over the course of her lifetime. These numbers are simply…Read the article
Glucosamine Sulfate False Labeling

Glucosamine Sulfate False Labeling

| Commercial Litigation & Class Actions
Most of us are used to product substitutions. Many shirts are made of polyester instead of cotton. Or, the ring on your finger may feature a manufactured diamond as opposed to a natural diamond. In many cases, the substituted product is just as good. Polyester looks as good as cotton, and manufactured diamonds are practically…Read the article
Understanding Different Types of Mesothelioma

Understanding Different Types of Mesothelioma

| Mesothelioma
Mesothelioma is one of the rarest, yet most aggressive types of cancer linked to asbestos exposure. This type of cancer occurs in the mesothelium, the thin layer of tissue covering nearly all of the major organs in the body. When many people think of mesothelioma, they typically connect this disease to the lungs. While the…Read the article
Who is Liable For Damages if Someone Else Wrecks My Car?

Who is Liable For Damages if Someone Else Wrecks My Car?

| Personal Injury
“Contrary to popular belief, in case of an accident, car insurance follows the car — not the driver. So if you lend your car to a friend or a visiting relative, you could be liable if an accident occurs. Even if your friend has great coverage with the highest limits and the lowest deductibles, your auto…Read the article
Who is Responsible for a Slip or Fall on Government Property

Who is Responsible for a Slip or Fall on Government Property

| Personal Injury
Slips can happen anytime anywhere to anyone and when they involve a fall, serious injuries can occur. From twists and sprains, broken bones, pulled muscles, bruises, and more serious injuries like head trauma, these injuries can cause a lot of pain and suffering and can cause problems for years after the initial fall. Falls often…Read the article
Hearing Loss on the Job Site- Can I Sue My Employer?

Hearing Loss on the Job Site- Can I Sue My Employer?

| Personal Injury
If the hearing loss you experience because of your work environment is caused by someone’s negligent or intentional behavior, there may be options available to you to seek compensation in a personal injury lawsuit. Hearing loss is more common on the worksite than many people realize and certain professions and industry workers are more at…Read the article
Forceful Brief Writing and Oral Argument

Forceful Brief Writing and Oral Argument

| Personal Injury
By Joseph P. Napoli Esq., Partner and Kristina Georgiou, Esq., Associate In his celebrated article, John W. Davis, the leading advocate of his time, observed that the supreme objective of a brief is to convince the judicial mind. Davis, The Argument of an Appeal, 26 A.B.A.J. 895 (1940). What is required is a technique of…Read the article
What You Should Know About Fournier’s Gangrene

What You Should Know About Fournier’s Gangrene

| Pharmaceutical Litigation
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a warning in late August 2018 about the link between diabetic medications and a rare, yet life-threatening disease called Fournier’s gangrene. The warning is specific to certain FDA-approved inhibitors (SGLT2), which are said to prevent the kidneys from reabsorbing sugar into the blood, therefore helping lower blood…Read the article
Most Common Risks and Hazards on a Construction Site

Most Common Risks and Hazards on a Construction Site

| Personal Injury
“In 2016/17, construction was found to be the main industry for fatal injuries to workers. Construction hazards are heavily dependent on the type of construction work that is being carried out. For example, working on scaffolding presents entirely different hazards to working with asbestos” (High Speed Training). The top ten risks and hazards from working…Read the article
Respondeat Superior: What Does it Mean?

Respondeat Superior: What Does it Mean?

| Personal Injury
Respondeat Superior is a Latin phrase that means- Let the master answer. This is a common-law doctrine that holds an employer legally liable for the actions of an employee when the actions take place within the scope of employment and under the supervision of the employer. “The common law doctrine of respondeat superior was established…Read the article
GET HELP NOW