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The Most Innocent Victims of the Opioid Epidemic Are In Danger of Being Left Behind

In a recent opinion piece, one of our co-counsel, R. Booth Goodwin II, in the fight for compensation for the most innocent victims of the drug epidemic lays it on the line. The headlines are frequent. The danger to innocent children being left behind is unfathomable. There is a massive group of lawsuits brought on behalf of cities and counties in front of a U.S. District Judge pending in Cleveland. Those cities and counties asked for and received designation of a "negotiation class" to try to cut a deal with the big drug companies. Any recovery from the municipality claims will be spread far and wide and the innocent children will be left out. Read more of Goodwin's opinion piece in the Charleston Gazette-Mail here.

Did you know more babies are diagnosed with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) in West Virginia than anywhere else in the U.S.? Families from all backgrounds have been devastated by the opioid epidemic. Are you raising a child that was born dependent to opioids? Our team of lawyers is seeking compensation for the babies, who are the most innocent victims of this epidemic. Our team evaluates claims against irresponsible drug manufacturers, pharmacies, and distributors whose negligence may have played a role in fueling the addiction epidemic and destroying innocent lives and families. Contact us for a confidential consultation about important legal rights affecting the child.

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