It's interesting how two people or groups of people can have completely different reactions to the same situation. Consider the diametrically opposed perspectives on the legal climate in Madison County. The hellhole status we've deplored for years is considered positively paradisaical by profiteers.
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Study predicts most new cases of mesothelioma will not be related to occupational exposure after 2040
A new study has found that all new cases of mesothelioma will largely be so-called "background," that is not linked to the hazards of directly working around asbestos, after 2040.
RIVERHEAD, N.Y. (Legal Newsline) - A New York judge has refused to stay lawsuits by a number of New York counties against opioid manufacturers and distributors, rejecting arguments that the Food and Drug Administration hasn’t yet determined whether narcotic painkillers are unnecessarily dangerous - a central question in any litigation.
Napoli Shkolnik files medical malpractice suit against physicians for prescribing increasing doses of fentanyl
EDWARDSVILLE — 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.
EDWARDSVILLE – An estate representative residing in Alabama has filed a suit over allegations that his late father's lung cancer was caused by exposure to asbestos.
Edwardsville attorney Melanie R. Swearengen died earlier this month when her vehicle became stuck on train tracks in Brighton and was hit by an Amtrack train.
EDWARDSVILLE — A couple is suing an industrial parts manufacturer, citing alleged negligence and failure to protect employees from hazardous dust in the workplace.
Stobbs to consider case law before ruling on motions to dismiss asbestos cases for want of prosecution
Madison County Associate Judge Stephen Stobbs must decide whether to dismiss dozens of asbestos cases that are not ready for trial scheduled in October - some of which were originally filed by Associate Judge Donald Flack before he became judge.