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Hugh Turk Obtains $4.75 Million Settlement For Burn Victim
On April 25, 2022 in the United States District Court, District of New Jersey, Hugh Turk, attorney at Sullivan Papain, obtained a $4.75 million settlement for a burn victim who claimed the kitchen product they were using had defective packaging causing the burn. Plaintiff Suffers Severe Burns From Defective Packaging Fire A 46-year-old woman suffered…
Why Is There a Lawsuit Against Hair Relaxer Companies?
Hair relaxers are typically used by women with naturally curly or wavy hair to achieve a straighter, sleeker look. While effective at reducing hair volume and frizz, the products have a potentially dangerous side, leading to dozens of lawsuits against hair relaxer manufacturers over their safety. At SPBMCC, we believe that customers are entitled to…
Do I Qualify for Compensation in the Hair Relaxer Cancer Lawsuit?
A recent National Institutes of Health study found a possible link between hair products and certain types of cancer. According to the NIH, people who used straightening products in the previous 12 months experienced higher rates of uterine cancer than those who did not. The association was stronger when comparing more frequent use of hair…
Why Do You Need a Medical Diagnosis to File a Mass Tort Claim?
If you suffer from an injury or illness as a result of using a manufactured product, and the injury or illness you’re suffering from is the same or similar to that of a large number of other claimants, then your personal injury case could be classified as a part of a “mass tort” claim. Even…
5 Most Common Seat Belt Injuries
Seat belts play an integral role in the safety of motor vehicle operators. They prevent drivers and passengers from being ejected from their respective vehicles, but the force of an accident can also cause serious seat-belt-related injuries such as abrasions and internal damage. In addition, a defective seatbelt can lead to devastating consequences for both…