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Philips recently recalled millions of its CPAP and sleep apnea machines because of a serious design defect. This defect exposed users to a toxic foam that can cause cancer and other major health problems such as respiratory failure, liver disease, kidney disease, and more. If you or a loved one have used any of Philips’ […]
Lawsuits are Expanding over Cancer Causing Benzene in P&G Deodorants. Several claims have been filed in federal court over the amounts of benzene in some of their spray deodorants. Read the article here: https://www.cincinnati.com/story/news/2021/12/22/lawsuits-mount-against-procter-gamble-over-benzene-old-spice-secret-sprays/8975001002/ Contact David Hughes at Mogab & Hughes Attorneys, P.C. about a benzene lawsuit at 314-241-4477 or email him at email@example.com.
Pursuant to R.S.Mo. 287.067, occupational disease is defined to mean an identifiable disease arising with or without human fault out of and in the course of employment. Pursuant to R.S.Mo. 287.020.11, occupational disease due to toxic exposure include the following: 1) Mesothelioma; 2) Asbestosis; 3) Berylliosis; 4) Coal worker’s pneumoconiosis; 5) Bronchiolitis obliterans; 6) Silicosis; […]