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$900,000 Pharmaceutical Settlement

This nearly $1 Million pharmaceutical settlement was obtained on behalf of a child who suffered a birth defect due to a pharmaceutical drug.

$60,000 Personal Injury Settlement

Plaintiff, a union electrician, fell on a job-site while working with a crew to pull wiring through a metal conduit with a torn and frayed rope which broke. Plaintiff had complained about the rope being unsafe but no replacement rope was provided, nor was an available “wire puller” put into use.  Plaintiff sustained neck and…

$135,000 Personal Injury Settlement

Plaintiff was a union carpenter who tripped over a loose piece of metal track left by another trade on steps leading to the basement of a building under construction. Plaintiff was headed to the basement to obtain materials for the work he was doing.  Plaintiff sustained a serious sprain of his right ankle that was…

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  • Marie Napoli On Fox Business: New Gun Policies

  • The discussion on Cavuto Coast-to-Coast centered around potential new gun policies on the state and federal levels and a Dick's Sporting Goods employee quitting after a new gun policy was implemented at the store.


  • Flint Resident About State Stopping Free Bottled Water

  • The Governor’s Office said the water has been testing well below the federal action level for lead for more than 18 months, so the free bottled water was no longer needed. Plaintiff Client Allen Bryant said he begs to differ. And that’s why he teamed up with the firm Napoli Shkolnik, based in New York,…

  • Napoli Shkolnik Obtains $24.1M for 2011 Helicopter Crash

  • A Phoenix jury recently awarded Glendale resident Jeffrey Boatman more than $24 million in a settlement stemming from a 2011 helicopter crash just west of Valle. Napoli Shkolnik PLLC, a law firm that specializes in aviation accidents, said they used crash reconstruction experts to piece together what cause the helicopter’s transmission to fail mid-flight. Hunter…

  • City of Keene: Opioid Crisis Costs Hundreds of Thousands

  • Keene is not, in fact, claiming that the opioid crisis has cost the city millions of dollars per year. The correct estimate is in the hundreds of thousands, City Attorney Thomas P. Mullins said Wednesday. Mullins arrived at the rough cost estimate after talking to other city officials, including in the fire and police departments,…

  • Opioid Research Institute Quotes Paul and Marie Napoli

  • Almost all the suits in the MDL seek reimbursement for increased opioid-related costs imposed by the epidemic, including, for instance, first-responder and Narcan costs, emergency room care, neonatal care, foster care, expanded morgue space, and body bags. “It’s truly cradle-to-grave expenses,” plaintiffs lawyer Marie Napoli said. Polster’s other key act last week was ordering the…


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Doctors Continue To Struggle With Blood Clot Treatment

04.20.18 | Medical Malpractice

Over two decades after scientists discovered a “breakthrough procedure” in stroke treatments, many patients still have no access to advanced tPA therapy, largely because of potential medical malpractice issues. If ischemic (blood clot) stroke patients receive tissue Plasminogen Activator injections within three to four-and-a-half hours after the onset of symptoms, the tPA can effectively dissolve…

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Hill Harper, Napoli Shkolnik File Injunction in Flint

04.20.18 | Environmental Litigation

NorthStar Legal Action Group, PC, Napoli Shkolnik PLLC, and actor and activist Hill Harper have filed a motion for a preliminary injunction and temporary restraining order against the State of Michigan, seeking to compel the State to continue providing bottled water at the remaining four Point of Distribution (POD) sites. Recently, the State of Michigan…

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PFOA/PFOS Water Contamination Class Action Filed in MA

04.20.18 | Environmental Litigation

Napoli Shkolnik PLLC and the Law Offices of Brian Cunha & Associates have filed a lawsuit against five manufacturers of aqueous firefighting foams (“AFFF”) containing perfluorooctanesulfonic acid (“PFOS”) and perfluorooctanoic acid (“PFOA”) for the contamination of the groundwater relied upon by Hyannis, Hyannisport, and West Hyannisport. The class action complaint was filed in the Federal…

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Sexual Discrimination in the Workplace

04.19.18 | Civil Rights

When men and women go to their jobs day in and day out they expect fair treatment and a decent pay and to be treated like the hardworking individuals they are. When people are discriminated against solely because of their sex, then that person has become a victim of sexual discrimination in the workplace. For…

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