Nothing can prepare a parent for the detrimental effects social media can have on a child. What may first appear as harmless fun can turn tragic seemingly overnight. When the worst happens, parents are often left wondering why.
Recent research has found a link between the chemicals in hair relaxer products and ovarian, uterine and endometrial cancer. People who have suffered significant health problems as a result of using hair relaxers may be entitled to seek compensation through a hair relaxer lawsuit.
Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune is located in North Carolina. Countless service members, their families and civilians have lived and worked at the base. From Aug. 1953 – Dec. 1987, these people may have been exposed to toxic water. People who develop cancer, kidney disease and other health problems listed below may be eligible to file a Camp Lejeune lawsuit.
Motley Rice medical attorneys filed a lawsuit on Sept. 19, 2023 for a Pennsylvania woman who took Wegovy® believing it to be a safe, effective way to lose weight. Instead, she alleges, she suffered severe stomach cramping, vomiting and nausea within months of starting the drug and required hospitalization to treat gastroparesis.
South African human rights lawyers filed an action against global mining companies South32, BHP Billiton PLC and Seriti Power seeking legal remedies for sick miners and the families of workers who died due to coal mine dust lung disease (CMDLD) in the form of pneumoconiosis and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
Attorneys for Hanan Elatr Khashoggi filed a multi-count lawsuit against cyber-intelligence firm, NSO Group and its parent company Q Cyber, on June 15 alleging intentional cyber espionage actions contributed to the assassination of Jamal Khashoggi while inside the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul on Oct. 2, 2018.
Motley Rice is proud to announce that environmental attorney Esther Berezofsky and technology attorney Previn Warren have been included in the 2023 list of The National Law Journal as Plaintiffs’ Lawyers Trailblazers.
ALM and The National Law Journal selected Motley Rice as a finalist in 11 Elite Trial Lawyers categories for 2023. Additionally, Motley Rice attorney Annie Kouba is receiving the Rising Stars of the Plaintiffs’ Bar award.
Legal publication Law360 selected three Motley Rice attorneys to sit on its Editorial Advisory Boards for the 2023 term. Louis Bograd will advise on Law360’s appellate coverage while James Brauchle and Previn Warren will advise on transportation and consumer protection, respectively. Law360 editorial advisory boards meet annually to discuss and offer feedback on how the publication can improve its coverage of dozens of practice areas. The boards also serve to provide reporters with a pool of potential sources for news articles.
U.S. District Judge Hala Jarbou granted final approval to a $54 million settlement, providing significant compensation for residents of Kent County, Mich., whose properties were impacted by toxic PFAS contamination.
On May 5, 2021, Motley Rice filed the nation’s first proposed antitrust class action against Sony concerning PlayStation® digital games. The Complaint alleges that Sony engaged in anticompetitive conduct by eliminating the sale of digital PlayStation games through retailers in order to force consumers to exclusively purchase digital PlayStation games at higher prices from the Sony PlayStation Store.
Three nationally recognized law firms are leading legal efforts for the largest fire-fighter union amid mounting concerns that the gear fire fighters trust with their lives may actually be making them sick with cancers and other devastating illnesses.
Motley Rice LLC, one of the nation's largest plaintiffs' firms, is proud to announce the promotion of six attorneys to the firm’s membership. This class of new members possesses experience throughout a variety of the firm's numerous practice areas.
Motley Rice LLC is pleased to announce the addition of three associate attorneys to its headquarter office in Mt. Pleasant, S.C., bringing talent to the firm’s securities, product liability, and medical litigation practice areas. New associates Jessica Carroll, Ridge Mazingo and Nicholas Williams were admitted to the South Carolina Bar on November 14, 2022.
U.S. District Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers appointed Motley Rice member attorney Previn Warren as co-lead counsel for national litigation concerning claims that defective social media products have caused children to become addicted, leading to severe mental health challenges including anxiety, depression and suicidal thoughts.
Our attorneys have a strong track record of landmark action for consumer and worker protection, beginning with asbestos and tobacco and continuing today in a wide variety of litigation. We're honored to be recognized by many groups including these below. Selection criteria for each of the awards can be found here.
Our lives and those of the people we love can change in an instant. Whether you were blindsided by an unexpected diagnosis or are finding your way following a devastating accident or financial loss, we're here to support those who need us. We focus on the following litigation areas: