Some see lung cancer claiming as associated only with the Napoli Bern law firm. But that’s not correct.  More and more, members of the Motley Rice firm (and some other firms) are talking about and taking action regarding lung cancer claims, both in and out of  asbestos litigation. Consider, for example, that the Motley Rice

The mass tort world never ceases to amaze. Asbestos litigation advertising apparently includes the group approach described in the the press release below.

“KLS Equity to Open Second Round of Asbestos Advertising
Daniel Spence of KLS Equity to lead second round of funding.

September 29, 2014 06:04 ET | Source: KLS Media

ACI’s asbestos litigation conference series now includes a Chicago gathering on June 26 and 27. The conference includes sessions focused on science.  One example is a session on science related to talc claims. Another example is a session by Faris Farassati, a Kansas Medical Center professor speaking on:  Differential Diagnosis and Gene Studies: Using Science

US plaintiff’s firms are continuing to publicize a recent British study finding a link between heart disease and asbestos inhalation. An example from Belluck & Fox is pasted below 


"A new British study reporting that workers exposed to asbestos run a higher risk of developing life-threatening illnesses in addition to mesothelioma is a

The text in bold below is from one of many press releases and "articles" generated by the Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization. The organization issues a constant stream of "news," thus creating many online references to asbestos and litigation. Accordingly, it provides "priming" for causing people to associate  asbestos, disease and litigation, thus fitting well

Asbestos litigation never ceases to surprise. This week’s surprise is found in an on line article by Kelly Holleran for the Madison – St. Clair County Record, a great, free on line resource for tracking events in the litigation industry in Madison and St. Clair counties. 

The story is that two different law firms filed suits for the plaintiffs,