Veterans and Their Families Prepare to File Camp Lejeune Water Contamination Claims

July 8, 2022

Camp Lejeune is a United State Marine Corps base located in North Carolina.  For over three decades, between 1953 and 1987, the camp’s water supply was contaminated with many toxic substances that resulted in exposure limits up to 280 times over safe exposure limits.  Millions of Marines, families, and civilian workers were exposed and put

Diaz Law Firm Appointed to National Committee Spearheading Baby Formula Cases

July 5, 2022

Joey Diaz has been appointed to the Plaintiffs Steering Committee in MDL 3026, which involves litigation against manufacturers of baby formula that is causing premature infants to develop necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC).  Mr. Diaz said, “Cow’s milk-based formula should never be given to premature infants.  We will fight to ensure that the manufacturers are held accountable

Boating activity and deaths rose dramatically during the pandemic

June 7, 2022

The U.S. Coast Guard found that over 80 percent of boating activity deaths could have been saved by lifejackets. In 2020, the Coast Guard estimates that 5,265 recreational boating accidents caused 767 deaths, 3,191 injuries, and approximately $62.5 million in property damage.  Of the reported deaths, 75 percent of the victims drowned, with 86 percent

Motorcycle-Related Deaths Are Increasing…

May 3, 2022

Did you know that you are four times more likely to be injured in a motorcycle crash than in a car crash? In 2019, the number of deaths on motorcycles was nearly 29 times the number of deaths in cars. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates that over five thousand motorcyclists died that year alone.

Do You Know What To Do If You’ve Been Hit By An 18-Wheeler?

April 4, 2022

Do You Know What To Do If You’ve Been Hit By An 18-Wheeler? The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety reports that 4,119 people died in large truck crashes in 2019. Sixteen percent of these deaths were truck occupants, 15 percent were pedestrians, bicyclists, or motorcyclists, and 67 percent were passenger vehicle occupants. Additionally, they have

Number of Vehicle-Related Deaths Rising Since 2020

February 28, 2022

An estimated 31,720 Americans, including 560 vehicle-related deaths in Mississippi in the first nine months of 2021, per the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. This is a 12 percent increase over projections for the first nine months of 2020.   In other studies, the New York Times found that vehicle deaths rose 17.5 percent between the

Were You Exposed to Paraquat?

January 10, 2022

Were You Exposed? Paraquat is a dangerous herbicide used by farmers, agricultural workers, and landscape maintenance crews for decades.  If you’ve been exposed and developed Parkinson’s disease, you may have a claim. What is Paraquat? Per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Paraquat is a toxic chemical that was produced as an herbicide for

Was your premature infant diagnosed with NEC?

November 1, 2021

Parents are filing lawsuits against manufacturers of baby formula products linked to infant injury and deaths. Studies have found that when babies are fed cow’s milk-based formula, the risk of developing necrotizing enterocolitis, or NEC, rises dramatically. Once diagnosed, the prognosis can be grim and even fatal.  Many babies have died from this devastating illness.

Tesla, Chevy, Hyundai recall thousands of cars over safety issues, deaths

October 11, 2021

Exploding batteries and massive fires, which have caused injuries and deaths, have led Tesla, Chevy, and Hyundai recall thousands of electric cars over safety issues and deaths. Why?  Because fires caused by electric vehicle batteries take longer to control and require as much as 30,000 gallons of water, or more, to stop.  According to Tesla,

Philips Recalls CPAP, BIPAP Machines Over Potential Cancer Risk

September 27, 2021

Philips is recalling certain devices due to potentially severe health risks to consumers. This recall involves various Bi-Level Positive Airway Pressure (Bi-Level PAP), Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP), and mechanical ventilator devices. The sound abatement foam used to reduce sound and vibration in affected devices, PE-PUR or polyester-based polyurethane, may break down, causing dangerous particles


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