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Mass Torts

We know how difficult it is for a single person to bring a case against a large corporation or entity. The enormity of this task prevents many people from pursuing legitimate claims, which allows companies to continue with unsafe, unlawful or unfair practices. At Paul LLP, we help bring groups of plaintiffs together to pursue justice, putting those seemingly David vs. Goliath battles onto equal ground. We have taken on the big corporations, and we have won numerous times. We are on your side when the stakes are high.

Pharmaceutical Litigation

When consumers take medications, the last thing they expect is to be harmed or suffer undisclosed negative side effects from those medicines. When this happens, Paul LLP steps in to help those who are affected. Pharmaceutical companies have a responsibility to ensure consumers are aware of a drug’s risks and that injury does not ensue. When companies are not fulfilling this responsibility, we bring groups of affected consumers together to pursue legal action and make sure further harm will not occur.
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Medical Devices

Implanted medical devices are meant to help consumers. When they instead cause harm or injury, our firm brings the manufacturers to justice. The FDA helps keep dangerous devices from reaching the market, but when manufacturers do not fully disclose or falsify findings on a device, the public’s health can be put at risk. Examples of recent faulty devices include transvaginal mesh and heart defibrillators. We have the experience to make sure medical device manufacturers are bringing only safe, proven devices to the market for consumers.
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Environmental Disasters

The damage being done to our planet by environmental disasters is immeasurable and often irreversible. Paul LLP believes those causing the most damage to our air, water and land need to be held responsible. When corporations knowingly or unknowingly release pollutants, we are all affected. Federal and state regulations exist to ensure dangerous pollutants and the risk of environmental disasters are minimized. However, as we saw in the BP Oil Spill, corporations do not always follow these regulations, and that puts all of us at risk. When the public environment or livelihood is harmed, we help ensure companies are made to pay and more importantly, prevent these disasters from happening again.

Featured Investigations

  • U.S. Military Hearing Loss Claims

    We are filing claims on behalf of United States servicemen and women who have experienced hearing loss and tinnitus. In July 2018, the United States Justice Department announced it reached an agreement in which a government contractor would pay $9.1 million to resolve claims that it knowingly sold defective earplugs to the United States government…

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  • Monsanto’s Roundup and Cancer

    Monsanto’s Roundup is the most popular herbicide in the world. In 2015, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (“IARC”) found that glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup, was a probable carcinogen. This led IARC to classify glyphosate as a level 2A cancer-causing substance. Roundup is an important product in the lives of many farmers…

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  • Chlorpyrifos Linked to Neurodevelopmental Disorders in Children

    Chlorpyrifos is a widely used insecticide (meant to kill bugs) that is linked to serious neurodevelopmental disorders in children in utero and during the early developmental years. Recent studies have revealed a strong correlation between exposure to Chlorpyrifos and epilepsy, intellectual disabilities, autism, ADD, ADHD, memory problems, childhood tremors, diminished cognitive ability, delays in motor development…

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  • Renovate America HERO Loan Program

    Renovate America is the largest lender in Property Assessed Clean Energy, or “PACE” loan program; its loans are marketed to consumers as “HERO financing.”  Lenders in the PACE program team up with local governments to make loans to consumers to purchase solar panels and other energy-efficient appliances.   The three states with active residential PACE programs…

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