Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuit Updates

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Over the past decade, nearly 110,000 women have filed lawsuits against several medical device manufacturers. These lawsuits stem from reports of severe chronic pain, organ damage, infections, bleeding, and emotional pain caused by transvaginal mesh implants. While medical device manufacturers have settled over $8 billion worth of legal claims to date, there are many thousands of lawsuits still pending.

Understanding Your Prognosis with Mesothelioma

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If you’ve recently been diagnosed with Mesothelioma, you likely are facing many complex questions and decisions related to your health. It is natural to be concerned about your prognosis, in particular.

The 4 Types of Mesothelioma

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Mesothelioma is a relatively rare form of cancer that develops in the lining tissues of major organs. There are four different types of mesothelioma: pleural, pericardial, peritoneal, and testicular. Each of these types is determined by where in the body the cancer first develops.

Roundup and Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma: Causes and Symptoms

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One of the most widely used weed killers in the world, Roundup, has been linked to a substantially increased risk of Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma and other cancers. Roundup, as well as many other popular weed killers, contains glyphosate. Glyphosate is an herbicide that is found in over 700 weed killing products most commonly used in gardening and farming.

Diagnosis and Treatment of Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma

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The diagnosis of Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma requires the completion of several steps before a treatment plan begins. This article will provide an overview of what to expect during the diagnosis stage, as well as a detailed look at the treatment options that may be available to you.

As with any major health concern, frequent and open communication with your doctor will help you navigate this difficult time.

Universities Ignoring Student Sexual Abuse by Employees

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College can be a rewarding, life-changing experience for many people. Young adults often learn how to be adults over the course of their time as college students. They figure out how to navigate the world independently, discovering how to live and grow on their own—often beyond the influence of their parents. However, this sudden transition to independence can also leave college students vulnerable to situations in which they lack experience. Unfortunately, it is this unique vulnerability that makes college students quick targets for sexual predation.

Serling Intern Receives 2020-2021 Distinguished Law Student Leadership Award

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Congratulations to our talented Law Clerk and MSU Law student, Emily Rosberg, on receiving the 2020-2021 Distinguished Law Student Leadership Award!

This award is for working with the Multicultural Executive Council and the Diversity and Equity Services Office. It is given to student leaders who are dedicated to seeing a diverse and inclusive community thrive at Michigan State University College of Law. The award is to celebrate students who want to promote and increase diversity within the law college and continue to support an inclusive space for all.

Can a Victim of Sexual Assault File a Civil Lawsuit?

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The pursuit of justice after sexual abuse can look different for every victim. Criminal prosecution is designed to identify and stop sexual offenders in the name of public safety. Unfortunately, the jury is not in place just to empathize with the victim—they are there to ensure that the verdict is made beyond a reasonable doubt. For many victims of sexual assault, this process can be traumatic and does not always work out in their favor.

Talcum Powder Lawsuits: Who is Eligible to File?

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Within the last few decades, multiple scientific studies have enabled us to directly link the formation of certain cancers and chronic conditions to talcum powder exposure. Because these risks have been scientifically proven, lawsuits are being filed due to accusations that the companies that produce talcum powder products have been negligent in informing consumers. Claims have been made that these companies were fully aware of the risks associated with their products yet did not take preventive measures. 

Serling & Abramson Attorneys Answer Asbestos FAQs on Gracefully Greying Podcast

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Michael Serling and Eric Abramson joined the host of Gracefully Greying for a Q&A to discuss important questions around asbestos, mesothelioma, and your legal rights.

Read below to learn more about these important topics or watch the full podcast episode here

All I can do is thank the people at Serling & Abramson for taking my case and getting me compensated.
Michael S.

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