President Trump has officially declared the opioid crisis a public health emergency. Who is at fault for addiction?
Opioid addiction is a national crisis. Since 1999, more than 183,000 people have died from prescription opioid overdoses.
This is the second and final blog in a 2-part series discussing Benjamin Baker’s Tire Litigation: a primer. The blog will examine the remaining two chapters, which list the common issues giving rise to litigation and the typical defenses used by manufacturers when responding to claims of defective tires.
Many of us are aware of the repercussions of addiction in adults, but very little is understood about the impact it has on infants.
Mississippi, who pioneered the tobacco litigation, has filed a lawsuit against the manufactures of opioid drugs.