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$30 Million Asbestos Verdict

A Los Angeles Jury recently awarded $30.2 million to a former California construction supervisor who was diagnosed with mesothelioma after repeated exposure to asbestos-containing transite pipe sold by defendant J-M Manufacturing.

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The opioid epidemic has spiraled out of control, causing an average 130 days each day. Simmons Hanly Conroy is taking a stand against the pharmaceutical companies responsible for this crisis and is leading the legal fight on behalf of hundreds of state, county and municipal governments.

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Bob Guinn fought against mesothelioma for years, courageously sharing his story and advocating against legislation that would harm asbestos victims. More than that, he became part of the Simmons Hanly Conroy family.

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  • Mesothelioma Lawsuits: Your Guide
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Filing a mesothelioma lawsuit can help you cover medical expenses and secure your family’s future well-being for years to come. Our mesothelioma lawyers will make the process as easy as possible for you and guide you through the legal system. Learn more about what to expect when filing a mesothelioma lawsuit by downloading our free introductory guide.

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Studies have now found considerable links between asbestos exposure and ovarian cancer, and suggest women who have been exposed to asbestos are 1.77 times more likely than those not exposed to develop the deadly disease. These women were exposed by frequent use of asbestos-contaminated talcum powder products. These products, commonly used for feminine hygiene, have been contaminated with asbestos for decades. Manufacturers of these products failed to adequately warn users about the dangers and continued to market the products as safe.

Asbestos, a known carcinogen, is most commonly associated with malignancies such as mesothelioma, a rare and incurable cancer. Decades of concrete evidence have established these associations.

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The number of opioid pain relievers prescribed in the U.S. has skyrocketed over the last 3 decades. The reason? Overly aggressive marketing campaigns from the makers of these dangerously addictive medications. While opioids may be appropriate for some patients, many are prescribed unnecessarily, leading to drug dependence, and in many cases death.

The opioid crisis has spiraled out of control – in the U.S. alone an estimated 165,000 Americans have perished from overdoses between 1999 and 2014. Now, Simmons Hanly Conroy is taking a stand against the pharmaceutical companies responsible for America’s opioid epidemic. Read more about our role in municipal opioid litigation.

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Did you know? Since 1999, the firm has given over $20 million to cancer research.

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