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Monthly Archives: January 2023


Steps In A Camp Lejeune Justice Act Lawsuit

By Fox, Farley, Willis & Burnette |

The Camp Lejeune Justice Act paved the way for service members and employees—anybody who was stationed at the camp, in any capacity, for 30 days or more, from 1953-1987–who were sickened by poisoned water at Camp Lejeune, to sue the government for illnesses, diseases, and disabilities, that were caused by exposure to those toxic… Read More »

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What Would A Crash Proof Human Body Actually Look Like?

By Fox, Farley, Willis & Burnette |

Are our bodies made to withstand car accidents? Well, we get injured in them, so we know that’s not the case. But how unequipped is human biology and physiology to withstand the forces of a car accident? What would our bodies have to look like, evolve into, or mutate to, in order to truly… Read More »

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Lawmakers Still Trying To Make It Difficult For Service People To Recover Damages

By Fox, Farley, Willis & Burnette |

Despite new laws that have revived claims for those sickened, poisoned or injured by contaminated water at Camp Lejeune, and despite the government’s now well-known history of denials of contaminated water claims, it seems that some lawmakers still want to deprive injured victims of their day in court. The new law passed this year,… Read More »

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There Is A Risk When Strangers Walk Into Your Home

By Fox, Farley, Willis & Burnette |

Would you let a total stranger into your home? Just unlock the door, and let someone in, with no prior knowledge of who they were, or what their background was? You probably wouldn’t. But in fact, you do this every day, all the time, when you order items to be delivered from online or… Read More »

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