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Thornton Law Firm, LLP3 months ago
Thornton Law Firm LLP is pleased to share a significant legal victory for its clients and residents of Westminster, Massachusetts. The ruling, made by United States District Court Judge Margaret Guzman in the case of Ryan et. al. v. Greif et. al., allows the majority of claims in a proposed class action lawsuit to proceed against companies accused of dumping waste containing harmful substances in the town. Click on the link to read the rest of our blog post about this important development in the Westminster PFAS litigation.
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Thornton Law Firm, LLP3 months ago
The Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization (ADAO) and other asbestos disease advocacy groups support a complete asbestos ban via the Alan Reinstein Ban Asbestos Now Act (ARBAN) now before Congress.
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Thornton Law Firm, LLP4 months ago
Thornton Law Firm Partner Evan Hoffman is quoted in this article in the Denver Post about the sleeping aid called 1906 Midnight drops. The marijuana (cannabis) infused drops also contained a chemical called corydalis, which is known to cause dangerously elevated liver enzymes. Consumers were never warned about the dangers of these edibles, but they were finally recalled earlier this year. We continue to hear from people who are discovering they were harmed by this product.
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Thornton Law Firm, LLP7 months ago
Similar to other cancers, mesothelioma has a color to promote awareness. To honor those with mesothelioma wear a blue ribbon—or anything blue—to show your support!! Then tell people why you are wearing blue.
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Thornton Law Firm, LLP7 months ago
Remembering Paul Brodeur, the New Yorker writer who wrote about the health hazards of asbestos and other environmental hazards.
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Thornton Law Firm, LLP12 months ago
As well as investigating and commencing lawsuits against 1906 for their Midnight Drops edibles containing the herb corydalis, Thornton Law Firm is also investigating many new instances of customers who had severe liver-related side effects from taking reformulated 1906 Midnight Drops edibles containing a different Chinese herb, stephania.


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