Nevada Jury Awards $130 Million to Victims of Toxic Real Water: Liver Damage Caused by Rocket Fuel Chemical

Las Vegas, Nevada – A Nevada jury has recently awarded approximately $130 million in damages to patients who suffered severe liver damage after consuming a popular bottled water contaminated with toxic substances. The water, known as Real Water, was marketed as a premium ‘alkalized’ product with supposed detoxifying properties. However, five individuals experienced excruciating pain and loss of limb control after drinking the water, which was found to contain hydrazine, a highly flammable and cancer-causing chemical used in rocket fuel. One of the affected individuals, Myles Hunwardsen, underwent a liver transplant at the age of … Read more

Lawsuits Surge as Women Seek Justice Against L’Oréal and Other Hair Product Giants for Selling Hazardous Chemical Hair Straighteners

Miami, FL – Women in the United States are taking legal action against L’Oréal and other hair product companies for selling dangerous chemical hair straighteners. A recent study suggests that women who use these products frequently, at least four times a year, are at a significantly higher risk of developing uterine cancer. As a result, these companies are now facing the consequences of selling carcinogenic products. Rather than filing individual lawsuits, many women are joining a mass tort litigation against L’Oréal and other hair product companies. Mass tort litigation allows multiple plaintiffs to come together … Read more

Charleston Chemical Plant Faces Lawsuit for Endangering Over 150 Workers and Families with Mercury Exposure

Chattanooga, Tennessee – A chemical plant in Charleston, Tennessee is facing a ‘mass tort’ lawsuit, alleging that it knowingly exposed over a hundred workers and their families to hazardous levels of mercury, according to a lawsuit filed this week. The lawsuit, which already has more than 150 plaintiffs and is expected to grow, targets Olin Chlor-Alkali. The suit follows an investigation by the Tennessee Mercury Investigation (TMI), which is examining claims of potential mercury contamination resulting from the plant’s operations. Initially, the lawsuit highlights that the Olin Corporation’s Charleston facility used the mercury cell method, … Read more

Chemical Plant Faces Lawsuit for Knowingly Exposing Workers to Hazardous Mercury Levels: Over 150 Plaintiffs Joining the Case

Charleston, Tennessee – A recently filed lawsuit alleges that a chemical plant in Charleston knowingly exposed over 100 workers and their families to hazardous levels of mercury. The lawsuit, known as a “mass tort” lawsuit, has garnered more than 150 plaintiffs so far, with lawyers expecting that number to rise above 200. The lawsuit comes after an investigation by the Tennessee Mercury Investigation (TMI) into potential mercury contamination resulting from operations at the Olin Chlor-Alkali plant. The investigation highlights that the plant initially employed a mercury cell method, which utilized recirculated elemental mercury. Unfortunately, this … Read more