Current Cases

Suboxone Tooth Decay Lawsuit

Suboxone is one of the drugs used in the treatment for addiction to Opioids such as OxyContin.

Suboxone is highly acidic when dissolved, and high acid levels are known to damage tooth enamel. 

By January of 2022 the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) had received numerous reports of cases from Suboxone users regarding tooth decay and dental problems, the FDA then issued a warning which required the manufacturer to inform customers of the severe dental problems that may occur when using Suboxone.

You could be entitled to compensation for your dental injury from Suboxone!

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Broken Paragard IUD

Since 2010, the FDA has received over 2,800 reports of the Paragard device failures including

Many women have reported that the device can also break during the removal procedure and that the broken pieces must be painfully removed one by one with a complicated surgery to avoid organ damage.

Talcum Powder Linked to Ovarian Cancer

Studies show women who used talc powder daily for more than four years are one-third more likely to develop certain forms of cancer.

Despite maintaining all along that the company’s talcum powder products were safe to use, Johnson & Johnson issued a recall of the company’s baby powder after the Food and Drug Administration detected a type of asbestos in a product sample in October 2019. Asbestos, a naturally occurring mineral, is a known carcinogen.

Roundup $10 Billion Settlement for Cancer

You could be entitled to compensation for Roundup® /Cancer, medical bills, pain.

Bayer has announced a settlement after years of litigation from cancer patients who claimed Roundup® caused non-Hodgkin lymphoma and that Monsanto failed to adequately warn consumers of the risk.

Chemical Hair Straightener Lawsuit

In October 2022, a groundbreaking study found that women who used hair relaxers were at a high risk to develop uterine cancer. 

Most hair relaxers contain chemicals such as formaldehyde, metals, parabens and phthalates, synthetic endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs), which may contribute to uterine cancer risk because of their ability to alter hormones. These chemicals have been associated particularly with hormone-sensitive cancers such as breast and ovarian cancer.  

Firefighter Foam Cancer Lawsuit

Firefighters often use aqueous film-forming foam (AFFF), which is a class B firefighting foam, to fight and extinguish liquid or fuel-based fires. AFFF contains chemicals called perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS).

Major health organizations like The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the American Cancer Society (ACS) have noted that certain PFAS chemicals may be linked to cancer in firefighters.

A study of 30,000 career firefighters who were employed at any time between 1950 and 2009 found that firefighters had a significant increase in cancer diagnoses and cancer-related deaths over the general US population.