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$6 Million Medical Malpractice Settlement

Our client underwent a discectomy back procedure at a local hospital, which resulted in a sever to the thyroid artery.  He then developed post-operative bleeding in his neck, which led to a blocked airway and eventually hypoxic brain damage. This left him in a temporary coma and with significant permanent disabilities.  As part of the…

$4.8 Million Medical Malpractice Settlement

This settlement was won on behalf of a child who suffered an anoxic brain injury leading to significant developmental delays after a hospital failed to intervene to perform a timely c-section. The child suffers from significant developmental disabilities as well as cerebral palsy and a significant seizure disorder.

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Videos

  • Marie Napoli in HLN About Taylor Swift vs. Scooter Braun

  • Scooter Braun and his family are receiving death threats in response to Taylor Swift’s tweet that she is not being allowed to sing her older songs at the AMA’s. Marie Napoli cautions that Taylor Swift should revisit her tweets and communicate to her fan base “to nip this in the bud” before something  “foreseeable” does happen.

  • HLN Interviews Marie Napoli on Alleged Sexist Professor

  • Many are calling for Indiana University professor Eric Rasmusen to be fired after sharing an article on social media. The article is entitled “Are women destroying academia? Probably.” Marie Napoli points out that the public institution can fire him but that they would then be opening themselves up to liability. The professor does have the right to freedom of speech. Meanwhile the university’s Provost calls the professor’s views “racist, sexist and homophobic”.

Publications

  • Hunter Shkolnik Comments on Proposed Opioid Settlement

  • Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd.’s proposed $23 billion drug giveaway to settle thousands of U.S. opioid lawsuits will likely cost the company a fraction of that figure due to how it has valued those medicines, according to a Reuters review of pricing data and industry analysts. The deal is “overvalued to make the settlement look better,”…

  • Hunter Shkolnik Discusses Opioid Global Settlement Potential

  • In 2017 Ohio was ranked second in the nation for overdose deaths involving opioids. More than 4,000 people died that year from overdoses. It’s why hundreds of Ohio cities and counties are now part of lawsuits against the largest drug manufacturers and pharmacies. Pharmacy chains will likely face an October 2020 trial for their alleged…

  • PNS QuotesHunter Shkolnik on Federal Opioid Class

  • In U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio, the National Prescription Opiate Litigation is a collection of more than 2,500 lawsuits against manufacturers and others in the drug industry for their alleged roles in the opioid crisis. The judge set a November 22 deadline for jurisdictions to opt out of a Negotiating Class.…

  • Law360 Quotes Salvatore Badala on NY Opioid Litigation

  • The New York attorney general and two Long Island counties will take their suit over the deadly opioid crisis before a jury in January in what could be the second state trial over the epidemic. “Nassau County is excited for their day in court and they look forward to having these defendants in court starting…

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Personal Injury Lawyer What to Look For & Is One Needed?

12.09.19 | Personal Injury

Personal injury lawyers are experts in the legal field who have their primary focus on representing people who have been injured in some way through no real fault of their own. They provide an important connection between the legal support of law proceedings and individuals whose lives have been turned upside down due to an…

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Dirty Surgical Tools Sicken Hundreds

12.05.19 | Personal Injury

An Indiana hospital recently sent a letter to over 1,100 patients which said that unsafe practices placed them at risk for HIV, hepatitis, and other serious infections. Officials at Goshen Hospital told patients that a surgical technician failed to properly clean instruments for several months. However, the hospital insisted the actual illness risk was “extremely…

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Possible FDA Crackdown Against CBD Products

12.03.19 | Pharmaceutical Litigation

The Food and Drug Administration told over a dozen companies to stop selling cannabidiol-infused food products and stop making inflated health claims about their products. CBD is a non-psychoactive marijuana ingredient which has medicinal properties. Yet the FDA has only approved one CBD product. Epidiolex treats some rare forms of childhood epilepsy. Other CBD products,…

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How to Prepare Your Pets for Winter

11.27.19 | Winter Tips

Earlier this month, an “artic outbreak” brought record-breaking cold weather and snow across the U.S. from the Midwest to the East Coast and up through New England. It even went as far south as the upper coast of Texas, where temperatures dropped around 40 degrees over one 24-hour period. In Buffalo, New York, the 8.2…

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