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December 2023 Camp Lejeune Lawsuits Update

December 4, 2023   |  
What to Know About Camp Lejeune Claims in December 2023 The latest developments in the Camp Lejeune Water Litigation as of November 2023 are quite significant. A joint status report filed in the Eastern District of North Carolina revealed a substantial number of claims and lawsuits. Specifically, 129,158 claims have...
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Bayer Hit with $1.56 Billion Roundup Verdict

November 27, 2023   |  
Verdict is a Massive Loss for Bayer In a pivotal legal development, Bayer faces a staggering $1.56 billion verdict in Roundup litigation following a trial loss in Missouri over its Roundup weedkiller. This judgment is significant as four plaintiffs successfully argued that Roundup caused them injuries, including cancer. Specifically, the...
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FDA Proposes Hair Relaxer Ban Due to Formaldehyde, Uterine Cancer Risk

November 20, 2023   |  
Proposed Ban Follows a Wave of Hair Relaxer Lawsuits The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has taken a decisive step to ensure consumer safety by proposing a ban on formaldehyde in hair relaxers. This comes in the wake of mounting evidence about the health risks associated with this chemical....
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1st Settlements Reached in Camp Lejeune Water Contamination Claims

November 14, 2023   |  
Federal Government Issues 1st Camp Lejeune Payouts In a landmark development, the U.S. government has agreed to pay $850,000 to settle the first batch of lawsuits over contaminated water at the U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, as reported by Reuters. This Camp Lejeune lawsuit settlement marks a significant milestone...
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Navy & Justice Department Offer Camp Lejeune Settlement Option

September 7, 2023   |  
"Elective Option" Provides a Potentially Faster Route for Compensation for Victims of Camp Lejeune Toxic Water The Navy and the Justice Department have unveiled a new settlement process for individuals who allege they developed severe illnesses due to exposure to polluted water at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina, spanning from...
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Riddle & Brantley Partners with Lessons for Life Through Sports to Support Child Reading & Mental Health

August 5, 2023   |  
Riddle & Brantley Announces Partnership with Area Nonprofit Lessons For Life Through Sports is a Chapel Hill-based nonprofit that is working to combat the mental health crisis that is plaguing our youth. Their goal is to promote reading through their books that use sports to teach valuable life lessons. The...
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FDA Updates Tepezza Warning Label Amidst Lawsuits

August 2, 2023   |  
Tepezza's Updated Warning Label The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recently updated the warning label for Tepezza, a drug used to treat thyroid eye disease (TED). The new label now includes a section that highlights the risk of severe hearing impairment, including permanent hearing loss, a warning that...
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Do You Need a Special License to Drive a Motorcycle in North Carolina?

July 21, 2023   |  
You will need to obtain a motorcycle rider's license, endorsement, or learner's permit to legally ride in North Carolina. If you are apprehended while riding without a license, you may be charged with a Class 2 or 3 misdemeanor, exposing you to substantial fines and potential jail time. The North...
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Gene Riddle Recognized as “Top 10 Trucking Trial Lawyer” by The National Trial Lawyers

July 11, 2023   |  
Membership Recognizes Experience and Expertise in Handling Truck Accident Injury Cases We are thrilled to announce that Gene Riddle, attorney and managing partner at Riddle & Brantley, has been recognized as a "Top 10 Trucking Lawyer" in North Carolina by the esteemed group The National Trial Lawyers (see membership criteria)....
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How to Choose The Right Motorcycle Insurance

July 5, 2023   |  
It's important to purchase the right kind of motorcycle insurance. To do that, you need to understand the minimum coverage required by each state, what is covered by that minimum liability coverage, and what is not. In general, it’s wise to purchase as much motorcycle insurance coverage as you can...
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