Deaths tied to GM ignition switch defect grow to 23

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Death toll rises as injured and families of deceased seek compensation from General Motors The number of deaths associated with faulty ignition switches on General Motors vehicles has risen to 23, according to the attorney the car maker hired to oversee compensation to injury victims. Since August, 153 death claims have been filed with GM,… Read more »

New TV ad: The Cochran Firm, D.C. launching Xarelto investigation

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The Cochran Firm, D.C. is investigating allegations that the popular blood thinner drug Xarelto causes uncontrollable and irreversible bleeding injuries and, in some cases, death. If you or someone you love suffered severe side effects after taking Xarelto, please contact us for a free, confidential case review. Because strict legal time deadlines apply, we recommend… Read more »

Court approves $190 million Levy settlement

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$190 million settlement for victims of Johns Hopkins Gynecologist Nikita Levy ruled fair and reasonable On Sept. 19, Judge Sylvester B. Cox of the Baltimore City Circuit Court overruled objections to the $190 million settlement between the Johns Hopkins Hospital System and victims of gynecologist Dr. Nikita Levy. Dr. Levy was charged with making unauthorized… Read more »

U.S. Attorney General suggests greater compensation for whistleblowers

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Holder wants to boost payouts to Wall St. whistleblowers Congress needs to pay greater rewards to whistleblowers who provide original information about white collar crime, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said in a speech at the New York University School of Law on Wednesday. Holder urged legislative changes to the Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery, and… Read more »