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  • Louisville Personal Injury Lawyer Rated A+ by Better Business Bureau
    Louisville Personal Injury Lawyer Rated A+ by Better Business Bureau

    Brett H. Oppenheimer, PLLC Earns Highest Rating from BBB Brett H. Oppenheimer, a top personal injury attorney in Louisville , recently earned an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau (BBB). BBB is ...

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  • RoundUp Exposure Report: A Never-Ending Battle for Truth and Justice
    RoundUp Exposure Report: A Never-Ending Battle for Truth and Justice

    In 2015 the World Health Organization categorized glyphosate as a probable human carcinogen (cancer-causing substance). Glyphosate is the active chemical found in the herbicide known as RoundUp – a ...

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  • Brett Oppenheimer Speaks at Mass Torts Made Perfect (MTMP)
    Brett Oppenheimer Speaks at Mass Torts Made Perfect (MTMP)

    Brett was honored to speak at a national conference on the topic of the opioid crisis and its impact on newborn babies. Babies are being born addicted to and in withdrawal from these dangerous drugs ...

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  • First IVC Bellwether Trial Yields $2 Million Verdict Against Bard
    First IVC Bellwether Trial Yields $2 Million Verdict Against Bard

    In March of 2018 jury awarded 2 million dollars to a woman who suffered serious injuries from an IVC Filter, which is a blood clot capturing device made by C. R. Bard Inc. Bard is liable for $1.6 ...

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  • Prescribing Medicare Doctors Received Payments from Opioid Manufacturers
    Prescribing Medicare Doctors Received Payments from Opioid Manufacturers

    CNN and Harvard researchers analyzed information from a federal government database that tracks payments from pharmaceutical companies (drug companies) to doctors and a separate federal database that ...

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  • St. Louis Judge Upholds $110 Million Talc Verdict Against Johnson & Johnson
    St. Louis Judge Upholds $110 Million Talc Verdict Against Johnson & Johnson

    In May of 2017 a Missouri jury awarded $110 million to a plaintiff who claimed she developed ovarian cancer after prolonged use of Johnson & Johnson’s Baby Powder. The verdict was one of five ...

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