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What are GWG L Bonds?

Before GWG Holdings Inc. defaulted on its L Bonds, the company encountered several financial issues. In October 2020, the Securities and Exchange Division of Enforcement sent it a subpoena. The company delayed its filing of a 10-K with the SEC and later stopped selling its L Bonds. In the meantime, …

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SoClean CPAP Cleaning Device Lawsuit Claims False Statements

A lawsuit alleges that SoClean CPAP cleaners were sold to consumers with misleading and false information about their safety. This led them to buy the devices without realizing they were exposing themselves to high levels of potentially harmful ozone gas. Chris Odom filed the lawsuit (PDF) earlier in the month …

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Questions To Ask Before Hiring a Workers Comp Lawyer

If you’re thinking of hiring a workers comp attorney, you’ve come to the right place. In this article, we’ll go over Common Circumstances When Hiring a Workers Comp Lawyer is Required, the Benefits of Hiring a Workers Comp Lawyer, and the Cost of Hiring a Workers Compensation Lawyer. After reading …

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GWG L Bonds Investors Loss Recovery Options

GWG Holdings, Inc., an alternative asset firm, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on April 20, 2022. This left many investors in GWG L Bonds with large gaps in their portfolios. GWG Holdings has been in trouble for some time. This announcement comes at a time when it is already facing …

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Camp Lejeune Lawsuit For Water Contamination Bill Pending

President Biden may soon be able to sign legislation that would allow more than a million U.S. marines and their families access to Camp LeJeune water contamination lawsuits. These lawsuits concern injuries from drinking or bathing on base water between 1953 and 1987. The Camp Lejeune Justice Act passed in March at …

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Southwest Airlines Class Action Lawsuit Filed By Erlich Law Firm

The Erlich Law Firm filed a proposed class action lawsuit against Southwest Airlines over alleged violations of employees’ rights under the federal Family and Medical Leave Act. Southwest employees affected in California and the United States could be eligible for compensation. Southwest Airlines, a major U.S. and international airline, has been accused of creating …

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Austin Car Crashed Causes Safety Concerns

One person was killed in a car accident in southeast Austin, in the 5700 block East Ben White Blvd. near Comsouth Drive. The accident occurred at around 1:33 a.m. The hospital treated the second victim. The exact cause of the collision is unknown. Two scooter riders collided in Austin with another vehicle. Both …

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Chicago Dump Truck Runs Over Bicyclist

Last year a city dump truck hit and ran over a bicyclist in Chicago’s Northwest Side neighborhood. A 31-year-old woman was cycling northwest on Milwaukee Avenue in Avondale. The truck and the bicycle turned right simultaneously at the busy intersection of Belmont Avenue. The truck ran over the bicyclist and pinned her …

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Supreme Court Rejects Roundup Appeal

Bayer decided to rest its legal defense strategy and convince the U.S. Supreme Court not to dismiss the lawsuits. The U.S. Supreme Court thwarted Bayer’s efforts to end the litigation this week. The U.S. Solicitor General urged this week’s highest appeals court to reject a Roundup appeals petition. This petition argued that …

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Lawyer Successfully Advocates on Behalf of Injured Police Officers

Jason M. Hatfield, P.A. takes great pride in representing injured police officers on the job. Jason has successfully tried four cases for workers’ comp in 2021. Jason recommended that police officers get additional medical treatment than was denied by their workers’ compensation insurer. Each case involved police officers being denied the medical …

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