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Written by: OnderLaw, LLC
Last Updated : September 13, 2022
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Your Mental Health Matters: Resources for Coping, Grief and Loss

Posted on September 8th, 2022

We often say that together we’re making a difference, and we are. We’re standing up to corporations and holding them accountable for causing harm, and we’re changing the way they do business. But we also recognize that every one of our clients has had to deal with pain, suffering, loss, and grief. Our OnderLaw team… Read More

14 Baby Deaths Lead to Warning About Baby Rockers, Swings, Recliners

Posted on August 16th, 2022

After 14 recent deaths, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is warning parents to avoid allowing their infants to sleep in inclined baby rockers, gliders, soothers, and swings. The federal agency is also telling parents to never leave babies unattended in these products due to the risk of suffocation. OnderLaw has been advocating for… Read More

Do I Need an Attorney for my Camp Lejeune Toxic Water Claim?

Posted on June 16th, 2022

Many current and former Marines, their families, and contracted workers who have lived and worked at US Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune are learning that there is now compensation available for their cancers, Parkinson’s disease, stillborn babies, children born with birth defects, and other injuries, decades after damage was done. It has finally become public… Read More

Camp Lejeune Cancers Caused by Contaminated Water

Posted on June 14th, 2022

From 1953 to 1987, U.S. Marines and their families were lied to while they drank and bathed in toxic water at U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune. When they complained about the taste and smell of the water, they were told that the flavor was caused by healthy minerals from the nearby mountains. What they… Read More

Justice Begins for Camp Lejeune Marines with Cancer from Contaminated Water

Posted on May 24th, 2022

Serving in the United States military is about pride and honor. Those willing to fight for our country have earned respect — often in difficult ways. But what the United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and Department of Defense (DOD) has done to more than a million United States Marines and their families who… Read More

A New Low: J&J Tested Talc and Asbestos on Black Prisoners

Posted on March 8th, 2022

Recently released documents from prison studies conducted in the 1960s and 1970s have revealed another chink in the armor of Johnson & Johnson’s “family friendly” reputation. The baby powder giant was injecting primarily Black prisoners at Holmesberg Prison in Pennsylvania with talc and asbestos to test and compare their effects. The studies add further validity… Read More

Lejeune Justice Act for Marines with Cancer Passes House, Heads to Senate

Posted on March 3rd, 2022

If you worked or lived at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina and suffered from the effects of toxic water, call OnderLaw at 844-442-7233. We’re here to help, and we’re here for you. Camp Lejeune Justice Bill A bill aimed at helping Camp Lejeune Marines affected by toxic water passed the U.S. House and is on its… Read More

Similac PM 60/40 Baby Formula Recalled After Infant Illnesses, Deaths

Posted on March 1st, 2022

If your child is suffering a Cronobacter or Salmonella infection after being fed recalled baby formula Similac PM 60/40, EleCare, or Alimentum, contact OnderLaw’s child protection unit at (844) 346-3457. The FDA is investigating the illnesses or deaths of five infants due to Cronobacter or Salmonella infection. All of the infants were fed EleCare, Similac PM 60/40, or… Read More

One person killed in house fire in Mehlville

Posted on December 5th, 2021

MEHLVILLE, MO – A man was killed in a house fire in southern St. Louis County early this morning, according to information from KSDK. The fire occurred at a home in Mehlville on Eileen Ann Drive, near Highway 67 (Lemay Ferry Road) where a fire alarm was activated. When authorities arrived at the scene, smoke… Read More

“Suspicious” apartment fire kills boy

Posted on November 23rd, 2021

ALTON, IL – Fox 2 Now reports that what officials are calling a “suspicious” apartment fire near Mitchell St and Belle St killed a five-year-old boy Monday night. The child’s mother and her boyfriend were in the apartment when the fire started around 7:20 p.m. Firefighters were unable to get upstairs in time to rescue… Read More

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