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A Link Between Uterine Cancer & Chemical Hair Straighteners

Recently, a study was published detailing the connection between uterine cancer and chemical hair straighteners. In the past, these types of products had been linked to other types of cancer, but now, uterine cancer is at the forfront. Below, our experienced Kentucky class action lawyer…

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Considering Conventional Treatments for Mesothelioma in Kentucky

You’ve just been diagnosed with mesothelioma; now what? About 3,000 people in the United States are diagnosed with mesothelioma each year. Because it is a relatively rare disease, sufficient research does not exist on which type of treatment gleans the best results in each stage…

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A Class Action Lawsuit Grows From One Man’s Personal Quest, Kentucky

Sometimes, Kentucky, one person’s pursuit of the truth can lead to justice for multitudes. Take the story of Frank D. Rochelle, of Jacksonville, North Carolina, as reported by Martha Quillin in The News & Observer. Rochelle was 20 years old when he was drafted into…

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Do Zappos Customers Have Any Recourse for Their Stolen Info?

Approximately 24 million Zappos customers received an email from the company stating that the security surrounding their accounts had been breached. Hackers allegedly swept in and stole personal information from potentially hundreds of thousands of users, including names, billing and shipping addresses, phone numbers, email…

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24 Million Zappos Customers Have Information Compromised

On Monday, January 16th, Amazon-owned shoe retailer Zappos informed 24 million of its customers that the site had been infiltrated by internet hackers. The cyber-attack compromised customers’ names, phone numbers, emails, encrypted passwords, and the last four digits of account credit cards.  The good news…

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Why is SEC Investigating Life Partners Holdings?

Life Partners Holdings Inc. recently admitted that the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is investigating its company’s policy or firm’s approach to how it estimates life expectancies of policyholders (which determines the amount an investor must pay to purchase the policy or product) who are…

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