Lawyers for Camp Lejeune Victims Push to Allow Jury Trials

Attorneys for Camp Lejeune contaminated water victims are pleading foul against the government for attempting to ban jury trials that the Camp Lejeune Justice Act of 2022 presumably grants so injured parties can be heard by juries. Lawyers in a...
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9/11 Notice Act Could See Employers Notifying Former Employees of Toxic Exposure and Benefits

Legislators want to ensure New York City civilian employees exposed to toxins during the World Trade Center terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001 know about the benefits they are entitled to, after the state Assembly and Senate unanimously passed a...
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Limiting Camp Lejeune Attorney Fees in Contaminated Water Cases May Have Unintended Consequences

A Senate bill meant to protect U.S. Marine veterans from being exploited will severely limit their access to competent attorneys in lawsuits against the government, critics say. The Camp Lejeune Justice Act of 2022 was enacted to permit Marines and...
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