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  • We have been representing a growing number of people seriously injured in accidents, such as automobile accidents, construction accidents, and as a result of medical malpractice.

  • We are aggressively pursuing construction accident claims for our clients.

  • In medical malpractice, we represent a young female college student who was sterilized due to the carelessness of the doctor.

  • When we wrote our last newsletter, the Democrats were in the White House, and it appeared that attempts by Republicans in Congress to enact “tort reform” would face significant obstacles.

  • Since the 1940's, beryllium, a naturally occurring element, has been used increasingly in various industrial applications in the United States of America.

  • In early October, some of you may have read an excellent series of articles appearing in USA Today which detailed the problems of family members exposed to a variety of toxic substances, including mercury, radioactive material, beryllium, lead, asbestos, PCBs, pesticides and arsenic.

  • This year alone three corporations which produced asbestos containing materials or utilized them in the construction of equipment filed bankruptcy petitions.