Author name: Max Sandford

Max has been involved with business and law journalism since 2010. He has a bachelor's degree in business from WMU. Max was where he first gained valuable investment industry experience. He was the financial advisor, insurance agent, and now a writer for the last 10 years. He found his passion for journalism when he started a blog. Max has extensive experience in international asset diversification and wholesale markets. He is a frequent speaker at financial conferences as well as in the media. His strength and skillset are from having a fundamental and technical background. Contact max at: [email protected]

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Hernia Mesh Lawsuit – Product Injuries, Settlements & Compensation

A hernia occurs when an organ or tissue protrudes through a weak spot in the surrounding muscle or connective tissue. Hernias are most commonly seen in the abdomen but can also occur in the groin, diaphragm, and chest. Hernia mesh is a medical device used to reinforce the surrounding tissue and prevent the hernia from …

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Babyganics Class Action Lawsuit

In 2002, President Keith Garber and CEO Kevin Schwartz established Babyganics in Westbury, New York. “To raise the next generation of healthy, happy babies” is the mission statement of Babyganics. The business takes pleasure in creating organic, child-safe products like cleaning supplies, shampoos, and suntan creams. The company has had exponential growth in terms of …

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Hunter Warfield Settles Debt Collection Call Lawsuit

In order to address charges that it called Massachusetts residents too often for debt collection, Hunter Warfield agreed to a $235,000 compensation. Residents of Massachusetts who received two debt collection phone calls within a seven-day period between May 16, 2015, and June 6, 2019, are entitled to the settlement’s benefits. A debt-collection business that provides …

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Attorneys ask for $7 Million In Fees In Coca-Cola, Fairlife dairy cow false advertising settlement

Attorneys have requested $7 million in attorney fees from an Illinois federal judge after negotiating a $21 million class action settlement with milk manufacturer Fairlife and its parent firm Coca-Cola. The class action settlement was reached to address accusations that, among other businesses, Coca-Cola and Fairlife misrepresented to customers that their milk products came from …

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has released draft guidelines for detecting cancer clusters

Multiple cases of cancer clusters in the United States have prompted federal disease experts to review the guidelines for investigating and detecting such instances. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), following reports of cancer clusters in New Jersey and Texas and even players from the Philadelphia Phillies, issued a draft guidance entitled …

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Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) May Signal Long Term Issues

TBI is not an isolated event. Side effects include chronic cardiovascular, neurologic, and endocrine comorbidities. Comorbidity is a medical condition where two diseases or conditions coexist. TBI is very common among veterans who served in the military. It won’t go away by itself. It doesn’t respect the rules, and it doesn’t make life easier for anyone. The most recent JAMA …

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