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Our Social Media Litigation Cases Head to California as Part of MDL

Joseph VanZandt leads the firm’s Social Media Litigation Team, handling cases against Meta Platforms, Inc., Facebook and Instagram’s parent company, and other social media companies like Snapchat and TikTok. The team represents several hundred families across the U.S. accusing the social media giants of knowingly exploiting adolescents for profit. On Aug. 1, Beasley Allen filed […]

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Our Firm is Handling Thousands of Camp Lejeune Claims

In August, a new law paved the way for Camp Lejeune water contamination claims to move forward. Since then, the U.S. Navy reports that roughly 5,000 people with cancer or other health conditions, who lived or worked at the North Carolina Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune and were exposed to contaminated water, have filed administrative […]

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Evidence is Critical in Commercial Truck Crashes

Atlanta personal injury lawyer Ben Keen recently filed two lawsuits in a Georgia federal court. Both lawsuits involve a defendant tractor-trailer driver rear-ending an unsuspecting plaintiff in stand-still traffic. Both of the cases resulted in life-threatening injuries to the plaintiffs. Ben describes one of the cases in further detail below and explains some of the […]

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Firm’s Client’s On-the-Job Injury Deemed “Serious” by OSHA

A hardworking young man with his whole life ahead of him suffered a painful and debilitating amputation injury while working at Prairie Farms Dairy in Birmingham, Alabama. The injury was unnecessary and easily preventable. It occurred because dangerous machinery at the dairy plant lacked the proper guarding to keep workers safe. Cases like these define […]

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Our Mobile, Ala., Office Files General Maritime Lawsuit Against Austal USA

Beasley Allen lawyer Wyatt Montgomery practices in our Personal Injury and Product Liability Section and is based out of our Mobile, Alabama, office. Wyatt filed a lawsuit against shipbuilder Austal USA on behalf of a contract worker seriously injured while working on one of the company’s dry docks. Wyatt brought the lawsuit under U.S. general […]

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Our Asbestos Lawyer Represents Retired Navy Captain, Judge

When retired Navy nuclear submarine captain and judge Albert Howard, a Russell County, Alabama, native, learned he had mesothelioma, he called Beasley Allen. He was familiar with the firm and firm founder Jere Beasley’s career in Alabama politics and law. “They were local and well regarded. So, I called them. Little did I know I […]

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Our Firm is Filing Acetaminophen-Related ADHD, Autism Claims

Lawsuits blaming retailers for selling generic acetaminophen without warning pregnant women that it could increase the risk for autism and ADHD in their children have been consolidated in a multidistrict litigation (MDL) in New York. In an Oct. 5 order, the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation (JPML) assigned at least 65 lawsuits against Walmart Inc., […]

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More Than $45 Million Settlement For 9-Year-Old Paralyzed In Auto Crash

Penn Law and Beasley Allen lawyers secured a more than $45 million settlement on behalf of a 9-year-old boy crushed in an automobile vehicle crash and left paralyzed. The lawyers uncovered evidence that an illegal lift kit installed in a Jeep Wrangler Unlimited contributed to the child’s injuries, including paraplegia. Beasley Allen auto crash lawyer Chris […]

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We Settle Georgia Airplane Crash Case for Victim’s Estate

Our lawyers, Mike Andrews and Cole Portis, along with lawyers from Mason Carter, have settled a lawsuit for the family of Lauren Harrington against the Estate of Jonathan Rosen, who was piloting a plane that crashed upon taking off at the Dekalb-Peachtree Airport near Atlanta in October 2021. Ms. Harrington, 42, was one of four […]

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Johnson & Johnson Ends Global Sales of Cancer-Causing Baby Powder

Legal experts say the decision by Johnson & Johnson (NYSE: JNJ) to halt future sales and distribution of talc-based products worldwide, including its iconic Johnson’s Baby Powder, points to mounting pressure on the company to resolve tens of thousands of legal claims brought by ovarian cancer and mesothelioma victims. Numerous scientific studies spanning decades have […]

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