Category: Mass Torts & Class Actions

The powder baby formula brand Enfamil has undergone a recent recall because of concerns around cross-contamination involving harmful bacteria. However, there hasn't been a recall for the product regarding the formula's potential risk of causing necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) in infants, which has been the drive behind multiple lawsuits against Enfamil's manufacturers, Reckitt.
As of November 2023, there are 1,920 pending cases in a multidistrict litigation (MDL) lawsuit against Elmiron manufacturers. However, no recent cases have come up within the last two months, meaning this number is likely to stay the same for the rest of the year.
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If you want to file a per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) lawsuit in Illinois, you may be able to do so if you are or were a firefighter using PFAS-containing foam, an airport worker exposed to PFAS-containing foam or water, or another individual with a cancer diagnosis potentially resulting from PFAS-contaminated drinking water.
Manufacturer Mead Johnson is facing legal repercussions because of Enfamil lawsuits, which parents and caregivers began with the claim that the baby formula has caused health issues and death through necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC), a serious and potentially fatal gastrointestinal illness.
The average payout for the Camp Lejeune lawsuit is currently unclear, but plaintiffs in these cases may recover settlement amounts of anywhere from tens of thousands of dollars to over a million dollars. The specific amount your claim is worth in Illinois will depend on various influencing factors that pertain to your case, including the severity of your injuries or
U.S. military service members, civilian workers, and family members of service members may be able to file Camp Lejeune lawsuits if they or a loved one has developed a medical condition related to exposure to contaminated water in Camp Lejeune. Specifically, you may be able to file a lawsuit if you or a family member lived and worked in Camp