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$2.4 Billion Pharmaceutical Settlement

The firm was part of the litigation team that assisted in resolving the claims of approximately 10,000 Actos® users who claimed to have been injured by the drug. Designed and prescribed to help type-2 diabetics control their blood sugar, patients utilizing Actos were diagnosed with bladder cancer at a high rate. After several verdicts in favor…

$1.8 Million Medical Malpractice Settlement

Our client was admitted to the hospital for a routine gastric bypass surgery despite not being an ideal candidate for the procedure. During the surgery, our client experienced multi-organ failure, respiratory failure, intestinal perforation, renal failure and septic shock. Following the surgery, he endured infections, being bed-bound, pneumonia and many more serious health conditions to…

$2.5 Million Labor Law Settlement

Our client was employed as a welder at a job site when he fell approximately five feet from a improperly secured scaffold. Due to the fall, our client sustained serious and permanent injuries to his right ankle and spine. He underwent months of physical therapy, pain management and chiropractic treatment. He will have a permanent…

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  • Law360 Quotes Paul Maslo In Uber Case

  • The workers’ attorney, Paul Maslo of Napoli Shkolnik PLLC, said Judge Alsup correctly recognized that the workers should be heard as a class. “Like in most class actions, it would not make financial sense to bring these claims on an individual basis,” Maslo said. “Accordingly, without this decision, it would have likely been the end…

  • Napoli Shkolnik Files Med Mal Suit Involving Fentanl

  • Napoli Shkolnik filed a suit on behalf of a deceased patient alleging several physicians prescribed increasingly high dosages of fentanyl for back and knee pain, eventually causing the patient’s death from acute fentanyl toxicity.

  • Cumberland County Suing Opioid Manufacturers, Distributors

  • Cumberland County is the latest to join a number of governments suing opioid manufacturers and distributors for allegedly misleading the public and medical community about the dangers of using opioids. They are being represented by Napoli Shkolnik PLLC.

  • ABC 12 Provides Info on Upcoming Flint Town Hall Meeting

  • Attorneys from Napoli Shkolnik PLLC will be on hand to discuss the possibility of a settlement with state and local government officials, health care options and other topics. Sunday, February 18 at 2pm at Metropolitan Baptist Tabernacle.

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Napoli Shkolnik Files Class Action Lawsuit For Love Canal

02.16.18 | 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…

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Cyberbullying: What’s Happening Online

02.13.18 | 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…

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Upcoming Flint Town Hall Meeting

02.12.18 | 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.…

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#MeToo Takes Center Stage At New York Fashion Week

02.11.18 | 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…

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