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Chriss Swaney Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) – A survey by the National Business Group on Health, a nonprofit association of more than 420 large U.S employers, found that eight of 10 employers were concerned about the opioid crisis at work. Yet, only 30 percent of them reported that they have restrictions in place for prescription opioids....
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TGKI represents municipalities and hospitals as well as American Indian, Native Hawaiian, and Alaska Native communities against Opioid makers and distributors. HEMPSTEAD, NEW YORK, UNITED_STATES, January 22, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Hui Huliau, a Native Hawaiian Organization (NHO), has retained Tate Grossman Kelly & Iaccarino, LLP (TGKI Law) – the pre-eminent law firm in the representation...
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By Mike Adams – January 22, 2020 The Town of North Hempstead and a consortium of other municipalities filed a suit against Purdue Pharmaceutical on Dec. 26 in Suffolk County, seeking compensation for damages incurred as a result of the opioid epidemic throughout the past three decades. More than 50 municipalities in New York, New...
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New Hyde Park Mayor Lawrence Montreui
By Tom McCarthy – November 11, 2019 New Hyde Park Mayor Lawrence Montreuil said the village would not benefit from the changes being requested in North Hempstead’s lawsuit against the Federal Aviation Administration. (Photo by Tom McCarthy) The Village of New Hyde Park has decided not to join North Hempstead’s lawsuit against the Federal Aviation...
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December 10, 2019 Click image to view complete filing. printed complaint of TGKI Complaint vs. Purdue Pharma
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Dozens of Long Island municipalities have sued opioid companies. Credit: AP / Keith Srakocic By Nicholas Spangler Updated November 28, 2019 9:32 PM nicholas.spangler@newsday.com @spanglernewsday Smithtown lawyers last week sued dozens of manufacturers and distributors of opioid prescription drugs, claiming unspecied damages for medical care, addiction treatment and law enforcement costs related to the epidemic,...
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Heroin and fentanyl appear to be the most common killers, authorities say. The Long Island numbers are part of a nationwide opioid epidemic. David Morrissey and his wife, Terri, lost their son William to opioid addiction at age 30. Morrissey is shown at his Smithtown home on Thursday, Feb. 1, 2018. Credit: Newsday / John...
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Huntington NY Town Hall sign with American Flags in the background
November 29, 2019 10:53am Author Pam Robinson The Town of Huntington is jumping into the legal fight resulting from the opioid crisis, hiring a law firm to take action and represent its interests. At its most recent meeting, the Town Board voted to hire Tate Grossman Kelly & Iaccarino, a Hempstead law firm that specializes...
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