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Austin, TX (Law Firm Newswire) July 7, 2014 – According to numerous media reports and court docket records, many more vaginal mesh lawsuits are being settled out of court. “It’s good news that vaginal mesh lawsuits are being settled out of court more often. It demonstrates that even though the mesh maker does not admit to wrongdoing, they are stepping up to bat to rectify the damage they have caused to millions of women,” says Bobby Lee, an Austin personal injury lawyer handling vaginal mesh lawsuits. “The most recent out of court settlement was Endo International PLC, the parent of […]


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Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) July 9, 2014 – The plaintiff in this wrongful death lawsuit alleges his daughter was released from hospital too soon, causing a preventable death. “The 17-year-old involved in this case was released from hospital in under two hours, which her father felt was too fast for her to have received the proper care for an overdose,” explains Daren Monroe, Litigation Funding Corporation representative. “The quick release also raised the suspicions of a local medical malpractice attorney.” On the teen’s release, she was taken to the Juvenile Detention Center, pursuant to an outstanding warrant for her […]


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Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) May 12, 2014 – Russian heavyweight boxer Magomed Abdusalamov’s family filed a lawsuit alleging recklessness, medical malpractice and gross negligence against multiple defendants. “The lawsuit names, among other individuals, at least five ringside doctors at Madison Square Gardens when the incident that resulted in Abdusalamov’s traumatic brain injury occurred,” says Daren Monroe of Litigation Funding Corporation, Michigan. The main allegation, and most serious one, is that the boxer did not receive adequate care after the fight, along with negligence in not halting the fight. The New York Athletic Commission cannot be sued, as they are […]


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Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) March 11, 2014 – The family of a woman who died inside her car after being hit by a garbage truck files a wrongful death lawsuit against the driver and his employer. “This accident killed three people when they collided with a garbage truck. The 2006 KIA SUV was struck at the intersection of Harrison Street and Harlem Avenue, in Skokie,” recounts Daren Monroe of Litigation Funding Corporation, Michigan. The truck driver, an employee of the Village of Skokie, was not injured in the accident. The wrongful death lawsuit alleges that the truck driver was […]


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Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) March 4, 2014 – Raising and caring for young children is a process fraught with dangerous events. “Normally, a child eating a meal is not a cause for concern, even less so if they are supervised while eating. In this case, a young preschooler choked on a meatball while eating lunch at her daycare center and died the next day,” explains Daren Monroe of Litigation Funding Corporation, Michigan. The 3 ½ -year-old child was at preschool child care one day when she choked on a meatball and died the next day of cardiac arrest and […]


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Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) February 10, 2014 – A hazing ritual caused the death of a Pennsylvania college student. “Most frat house rituals these days require the approval of the college or institution where they are based. Such was the case in this instance, but the ritual has held off campus and not approved. One student lost his life due to closed head injuries,” explains Daren Monroe, Litigation Funding Corporation, Michigan. The young man who died was a 19-year-old college student by the name of Michael Deng. He was a freshman and pledge at Pi Delta Psi at Baruch […]


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Corpus Christi, TX (Law Firm Newswire) February 5, 2014 – Attorney Alex Hernandez Jr., normally practices on the plaintiff side of the bar but when a small business owner called him and told him she was being sued Hernandez stepped in and represented the small business owner on the defensive side. The small business owner had no insurance and was being sued for over six figures. Hernandez litigated the case for over a year and at the end it was his client who got the best end of the deal, they settled for pennies compared to what the small business […]


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David Landau & Associates, LLC (DLA) is excited to announce the expansion of its forensic accounting group to include a wider-breadth of services surrounding the litigation process. Fairfield, NJ (Law Firm Newswire) January 21, 2014 – David Landau & Associates, LLC (DLA) is excited to announce the expansion of its forensic accounting group to include a wider-breadth of services surrounding the litigation process.  David Landau, the firm’s Founder & CEO, will lead the newly formed Forensic Accounting & Litigation Support practice, which will now operate as its own service line. DLA has been providing forensic accounting and certain litigation offerings […]


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Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) January 10, 2014 – Throwing food at a sports event is negligent. This case demonstrates that clearly. The Kansas City Royals team mascot is a busy lion. Sluggerrr does his job and sends up rally cries on a regular basis, dances, performs and runs like the wind up and down the field. He also throws hotdogs at fans. “Which is not so good,” pointed out Daren Monroe of Litigation Funding Corporation, Michigan. Sluggerrr, in the throes of revving the crowd up in 2009 in Overland Park in Kansas, pitched a hotdog, wrapped in foil, into […]


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Chicago, IL (Law Firm Newswire) December 18, 2013 – It is not often that a case involving so many individuals alleging sexual harassment comes to light. “This case is unusual in the sense that there may be up to 40 people involved —- men and women. All of them suggesting their workplace, Uline’s Waukegan plant in Chicago, is a hotbed of hostility and sexual harassment, due to be being shoved, groped and assaulted while at work,” outlined Timothy Coffey, a Chicago employment lawyer and principal attorney for The Coffey Law Office, P. C., an employment litigation firm dedicated to representing […]


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Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) December 3, 2013 – People think that if they wear the right kind of protective helmet when playing contact sports that they are safe. They are not. “This story began in 2009, when a young high school boy in California, engaged in playing football, sustained a head-to-head, on-field collision that forever changed his life. He was wearing a regulation helmet, but still suffered a catastrophic brain trauma. He is physically and mentally disabled for life. He even has trouble speaking and expressing his thoughts and feelings,” explained Daren Monroe of Litigation Funding Corp., Michigan. Eddie […]


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Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) November 8, 2013 – A mother and her child were permanently harmed as the result of medical negligence during a prolonged delivery. “This case revolves around a mother and child who were severely and permanently injured as the result of medical malpractice by the attending obstetrician. The mother was 29-years-old and was attempting to carry through with a vaginal delivery, despite her often voiced fears that the baby was too large. The sonogram indicate the child was 10-pounds,” explained Daren Monroe, of Litigation Funding Corp., Michigan. During the 16-hour, hard labor delivery, the mother sustained […]


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Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) November 1, 2013 – This series of medical negligence complaints had a bizarre outcome. The accused doctor is allowed to keep his medical license and practice. “Even though the surgeon in this unusual case has been allowed to keep his license to practice, it would not stop the families of those claiming medical negligence from suing him. Apparently the doctor was accused of defrauding Medicare of over $30,000, incompetence and negligence,” indicated Daren Monroe, of Litigation Funding Corp., Michigan. The initial complaint registered against the Tulsa surgeon included the names of 23 patients who sustained […]


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Brandon, FL (Law Firm Newswire) October 30, 2013 – While not a requirement for divorce, Florida couples have two options available for legal separations. Unlike some other states, Floridians who wish to divorce are not required first to undergo legal separation. But some couples who feel divorce is in their future may wish to take an interim step. Separation does not have to be a formal legal matter, of course, but as Tampa divorce lawyer Kristi McCart explains, there are two options for those who wish to have a trial separation with rules in place. “The first option is a […]


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Fairfax, VA (Law Firm Newswire) October 23, 2013 – Child support agreements should be very detailed, said a prominent Virginia divorce attorney. In order to obtain a divorce in Virginia, all issues between the parties must be resolved, and that is often done by agreement between the divorcing spouses. However, if the agreement is not detailed enough, then the parties may find themselves at odds later on, and this is particularly true when it comes to child support. “Divorcing spouses need to think about details such as who will pay for children’s extra-curricular activities, college costs, and medical costs, as […]


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Chicago, IL (Law Firm Newswire) October 10, 2013 – A tenured law professor was suspended in the wake of sexual harassment allegations. “The professor accused of sexually harassing several woman has filed a discrimination lawsuit against his employer,” indicated Timothy Coffey, a Chicago employment lawyer and principal attorney for The Coffey Law Office, P. C., an employment litigation firm dedicated to representing employees in the workplace. The suspended professor, Vernon Traster, alleges the university breached their contract with him, committed age and sexual discrimination in his firing and acted in an inappropriate manner in firing him due to his high […]


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Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) October 9, 2013 – The first wrongful death case relating to sudden acceleration issues in Toyota vehicles is on trial. “Noriko Uno was driving a Toyota Camry in 2009, when suddenly it rapidly accelerated, causing her to lose control. She slammed into a tree and light pole and died at the scene. Uno’s trial is the first in a series that are poised to go to court, and this case will be closely scrutinized,” stated Daren Monroe of Litigation Funding Corporation, Michigan. The lawsuit seeks $20 million in damages. Many remember the global recall of […]


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Chicago, IL (Law Firm Newswire) October 3, 2013 – Not all gender discrimination cases resolve with the plaintiff getting their job back. This case was an exception, as not all plaintiffs wish to return to work with the same people, in the same location. “This gender discrimination case actually resulted in the plaintiff being reinstated as a firefighter, six years after she was maliciously dismissed as a result of filing a sexual harassment claim,” explained Timothy Coffey, a Chicago employment lawyer and principal attorney for The Coffey Law Office, P. C., an employment litigation firm dedicated to representing employees in […]


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Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) October 2, 2013 – Pradaxa is suspected of causing strokes, brain hemorrhages, heart attacks, gastrointestinal bleeding and death. “Brenda Medley filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Boehringer Ingelheim alleging their anti-coagulant, Pradaxa, contributed to, or caused, her husband’s death. She is asking the court for compensatory and punitive damages, pain and suffering and medical costs,” explained Daren Monroe, of Litigation Funding Corporation, Michigan. Howard Medley was given Pradaxa in 2011 for atrial fibrillation. In 2012, he was rushed to hospital for excessive blood loss, supposedly linked to the drug. He received a blood transfusion. He […]


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Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) September 9, 2013 – A gastric band removal operation ended with the patient unexpectedly losing their spleen. “The patient in this case went to the hospital to have a gastric band removed. A gastric band is a device used to reduce to size of an individual’s stomach to help them eat less to lose weight. The operation appeared to have gone well,” indicated Darren Monroe of Litigation Funding Corporation. “Until it was discovered that an 8-inch surgical clamp had been left in her body.” The woman faced another surgery to remove the clamp, a device […]


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