Recently, studies have emerged showing a link between specific brands of cow-based baby formula and a potentially life-threatening health condition in premature infants. If your premature baby developed Necrotizing Enterocolitis (NEC) after ingesting cow milk-based formulas from Similac or Enfamil, you could have a product liability case and a baby formula lawsuit.
Our NEC Baby Formula Lawsuit Lawyers at Dolman Law Group can explain the process of filing Similac NEC infant formula lawsuits and Enfamil baby formula lawsuits and all legal options. A free consultation with our baby formula lawyers is available.
Contact your NEC baby formula lawyers at Dolman Law Group today for your free initial consultation and free case evaluation at (727) 451-6900 or contact us online. We are representing clients nationwide in infant formula lawsuits.
Infant Formulas Enfamil and Similac Have Been Linked to a Life-Threatening Conditions for Premature Babies or Preterm Infants
- Was your baby born prematurely?
- Were they fed Enfamil, Similac, or another formula made out of cow’s milk while in the NICU?
- Was your baby diagnosed with the bowel disease Necrotizing Enterocolitis (NEC) and the devastating complications of NEC?
You may be able to file an NEC baby formula lawsuit to get justice for your family. Contact Dolman Law Group right away for a free consultation.
Preemies and those with low birth weights often need extra nutrition to address their low weight and boost development. Most hospitals, nurses, and doctors recommend that preterm babies with low birth weight are put on formula if the baby won’t breastfeed. Tragically, this is not always the case.
Recently, studies have begun to show that some cow’s milk-based infant formulas have been linked to a deadly condition. Specifically, cow milk has been linked to an increased risk of developing a gastrointestinal disease called necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC), which can cause the intestinal wall to become inflamed and later destroyed. This gastrointestinal disease can lead to infection, blood poisoning, and the death of premature infants. The rate of NEC in premature infants is troubling.
Even more troubling, is that Enfamil baby formulas and Similac baby formulas are still being provided to infants without advising parents of the increased risk of NEC. Abbott and Mead Johnson have failed to warn consumers of the increased risk their infant may develop NEC.
Status of Similac & Enfamil Baby Formula Lawsuits
Litigations involving Similac and the increased NEC risks in premature babies are still in their early stages. More parents are filing new Similac lawsuits against Abbott Laboratories in courts every day. The case mainly asserts that product liability claims against Abbott are based on the strict product liability and negligent failure to warn the public of the increased risk a preemie may develop NEC.
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The NEC Baby Formula Lawsuit
NEC baby formula lawsuits continue to grow daily, and all pending Enfamil and Similac lawsuits in federal courts have been consolidated into Multi-District Litigation (MDL) consolidation. MDL is a mass tort product liability mitigation – like a traditional class action – but the cases remain separate and only consolidated for pretrial discovery. The NEC lawsuits are presently consolidated in United States Federal Court before the Honorable Judge Rebecca Pallmeyer, of the Northern District of Illinois.
NEC lawsuits can well be on their way to achieving a global settlement as they move closer to bellwether trials. What makes NEC baby formula lawsuits interesting is the extremely high damages caused to the victims. We feel confident that these cow-based milk formulas greatly increased the risk that a preemie may develop NEC. The causes of action in these mass tort lawsuits include:
- International misinterpretation
- Negligence misinterpretation
- Breach of warranty
- Wrongful death lawsuits, if the premature baby dies
- Strict product liability for defective products
- Strict liability for the failure to warn against NEC risks
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Update on NEC Baby Formula Lawsuit
October 22, 2022 Update on Toxic Baby Formula Lawsuit
MDL Judge Pallmeyer has remanded approximately 30 toxic baby formula lawsuits back to Pennsylvania State Courts The 30 lawsuits named Pennsylvania hospitals as defendants for providing cow’s milk-based baby formula to premature infants. Each baby formula lawsuit raises allegations that the hospital promoted Similac and Enfamil as safe alternatives to human breast milk despite an ever-growing body of science illustrating that cow’s based milk formulas pose a significant danger to premature infants.
September 26, 2022 – UPDATE on NEC Baby Formula Lawsuits
Judge Pallmeyer has issued an order as of September 7, 2022, laying out the protocol for the selection of baby formula bellwether trials. An NEC lawsuit filed before September 15, 2022, is eligible to be selected as a bellwether trial. The plaintiff steering committee has until September 30, 2022, to select four cases and one must name Mead Johnson as a defendant. Judge Pallmeyer will randomly select four cases with one naming Mead Johnson as the defendant by the exact same date. The defense has until November 23, 2022, to submit its four cases. Again, one of the four cases must name Mead Johnson as a defendant.
Plaintiffs and defendants will then conduct fact discovery. Within two weeks of completing fact discovery on the twelve cases, both the plaintiffs and defense must select two cases each for the bellwether trial. Judge Pallmeyer will then select which case will be tried as the first NEC baby formula bellwether trial. There are over 115 NEC lawsuits pending in the Northern District of Illinois before Judge Pallmeyer.
Keep in mind that the outcome of one bellwether trial has no binding impact on any other lawsuit. However, the outcome of several bellwether trials will enable the plaintiffs and defendants to better gauge the value of these cases and how juries view the science.
Bellwether trials play a very large role in the timing and mechanism of a baby formula lawsuit settlement. In fact, the bellwether trials can convince the manufacturer defendants that they are facing significant financial exposure by continuing to defend baby formula lawsuits through trial. In turn, if the defendants should prevail on multiple occasions, the plaintiffs may opt to resolve their claims for less than initially anticipated.
In previous mass torts, we have seen bellwether trials force one side or the other to come to terms with the weaknesses in their respective cases. Further, in several recent mass torts; large newsworthy bellwether trial verdicts received significant attention by the media. This caused shareholders of these publicly traded companies to panic resulting in quick settlements.
June 15, 2022 – UPDATE on NEC Baby Formula Lawsuits
As of June 15, 2022, 89 NEC formula lawsuits have been filed in the Illinois MDL. However, several NEC lawsuits have been filed in various State Courts throughout the U.S. Keep in mind that plaintiffs from throughout the country have been filed in Illinois State Court. The Supreme Court of Illinois recently consolidated all NEC baby formula lawsuits that have been filed in Illinois State Courts before a single Judge. All cases have now been consolidated before Judge Dennis Ruth in the Circuit Court in and for Madison County, Illinois.
April 18, 2022 – UPDATE on NEC Baby Formula Lawsuits
The Joint Panel on Multidistrict Litigation (JPML) has issued a transfer order consolidating each and every necrotizing enterocolitis lawsuit that has been filed in U.S. Federal Courts throughout our nation. NEC infant formula lawsuits have all been centralized before one Court, Chief Judge Rebecca Pallmeyer of the Northern District of Illinois is overseeing the MDL (Multi-District Litigation). The new MDL is entitled: In re: Abbott Laboratories, et al., Preterm Infant Nutrition Products Liab. Lit. (MDL No. 3026).
March 1, 2022 – UPDATE on NEC Baby Formula Lawsuits
With almost 80 NEC Infant formula lawsuits pending in Federal Courts throughout the U.S., Abbot Laboratories (on behalf of Similac) and Mead Johnson (on behalf of Enfamil) have filed motions to have all NEC lawsuits brought to Federal Court be consolidated in front of one Judge (known as Multi-District Litigation or “MDL”) in an MDL.
Abbott has petitioned the Joint Panel on Multi-District Litigation (JPML) to transfer all pending federal lawsuits (including those against Mead) into an MDL. IN RE: ABBOTT LABORATORIES, ET AL., PRETERM INFANT NUTRITION PRODUCTS LIABILITY LITIGATION.
Abbot has requested that all pending federal lawsuits shall be consolidated under U.S. District Judge Stephen Underhill in the District of Connecticut. The motion asks that Judge Underhill is to coordinate discovery and oversee any pretrial proceedings. Abbot argued that Judge Underhill has extensive knowledge of these lawsuits since some of the first federal toxic baby formula lawsuits were filed in his Court. Oral arguments are set to be heard on March 31, 2022.
You Could Have a Case Against Baby Formula Manufacturers
Unfortunately, nobody has bothered to warn already over-stressed mothers and fathers about this. Baby formula manufacturers, Abbott Laboratories and Mead Johnson & Company (the makers of Similac and Enfamil formula, respectively) have not added any cow’s milk.
It’s unclear whether hospitals or doctors knew this risk and failed to warn new parents of preterm infants of their concerns over baby formulas. This is the motive for both the Similac lawsuits and Enfamil lawsuits.
Sadly, some parents whose premature babies and infants have experienced the unthinkable after ingesting cow-milk-based formula are now filing baby formula lawsuits against these manufacturers. If you believe your premature infant or child has suffered injury or death due to necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) after being fed a cow’s milk-based formula, an experienced defective baby product attorney can help you build a baby formula NEC lawsuit.
You have a right to expect companies that manufacture baby food to be safe and effective. When they fail to do so, and it leads to injury or death, you should seek justice. Your family may be entitled to compensation for medical bills, lost wages, funeral costs, and pain and suffering caused by your child’s injuries or tragic death.
Contact a baby formula lawyer at Dolman Law Group for a free case evaluation. Let us determine if you have grounds for an infant formula lawsuit.
What Is Necrotizing Enterocolitis (NEC)?
Necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) is a devastating disease that primarily affects the intestines of premature infants and underweight, Similac, and Enfamil formula-fed babies.
NEC is caused by bacteria from cow’s milk that attack the baby’s intestine walls, leading to local infection and inflammation. The inflammation of the newborn’s colon can lead to tissue death inside the organ. Further, the inflammation can result in perforations of the colon or walls of the intestine. This can ultimately destroy the intestinal wall.
Once the bacteria destroy the wall, it can cause a tear, leading to spillage of stool into the infant’s abdomen. This can result in an overwhelming infection, organ failure, and death. To hear that a baby dies from formula use is shocking.
What Causes NEC?
Overall, NEC affects 1 in 2,000 to 4,000 premature babies. Although rare in normal-weight births, NEC occurs in nearly 10% of premature infants.
The exact cause of NEC is unknown, but it is clear that it usually presents itself in premature infants and formula feeding. One reason researchers believe this happens has to do with the fragile lining of the intestines in premature babies.
The preemie has to decrease oxygen delivery to the intestines, damaging the intestinal wall lining. This damage to the bowel wall can allow bacteria that usually live inside the intestine to infect the intestine wall and cause NEC.
As we mentioned, many different clinical studies and scientific research have shown the link between necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) and the use of infant formula, including one published in Expert Review of Clinical Immunology.
Research from theAcademy of Breastfeeding Medicine has also confirmed that premature babies fed only human breast milk (without any cow’s milk supplementation) have a lower risk of NEC and death.
Some doctors and researchers believe cows’ milk formulas are more complex for infants to digest because of their bacterial makeup and contribute to NEC. Infant formulas may not be sterile. Thus, we have seen prolific filings of cow’s milk formula lawsuits.
Contact our baby formula lawyers to learn more about an NEC lawsuit.
Can Enfamil or Similac Cause NEC?
In 2012, the American Academy of Pediatrics issued the directive that premature infants should only be fed human-based milk. The leading study on NEC in premature infants studied and followed the health of 900 premature babies fed cow milk based formula.
According to a clinical trial published in Lancet, babies who consumed cow milk formulas (such as Similac and Enfamil) are six to ten times more likely to be diagnosed with NEC than preemies who drank solely human breast milk.
Similac and Enfamil Still Do Not Post Warnings
Please note that Enfamil and Similac still do not post warnings concerning the risk of feeding cow milk based formulas to a premature infant. At a minimum, the manufacturers of Enfamil and Similac would have been wise to post warnings of potential death and risk of severe intestinal/colon issues. This has led to the filings of NEC infant formula lawsuits.
In 2019, Cochrane conducted a thorough review of 12 completed trials that involved 1871 infants who used cow milk formula. The studies indicated that the use of cow milk based formulas doubled the risk of a premature infant developing NEC compared to babies ingesting human breast milk.
Symptoms of NEC
Premature babies who are suffering from necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) may experience:
- Swollen, red, or tender stomach
- Abdominal pressure
- Refusal to eat or hold down food
- Bloody Stools
- Fluctuations in temperature
- Abnormal breathing patterns
- Slowed heart rate
- Low blood pressure
NEC can also cause severe injuries like permanent blindness, loss or removal of the small and large intestines, and cerebral palsy. In rare cases, the infection can lead to death. In most cases, the baby survives but suffers catastrophic injuries.
The Serious Danger of NEC
We referenced above the severe injuries and health issues attributed to NEC. Keep in mind that the above list was not exhaustive, and other serious injuries can occur, such as:
NEC can cause rapid decay and tissue death to the baby’s inner intestinal walls and may develop in the large or small intestine. The necrotizing infection originates in the inner lining of the intestinal walls and impacts the entire intestine thickness.
When NEC causes wall perforation, it allows the bacteria from inside the intestine to leak out into the abdominal cavity. The situation rapidly progresses into a widespread internal infection and eventually causes sepsis, a deadly bloodstream infection.
Intestinal stricture is the narrowing of the intestine, hindering easy food passage. Sometimes, NEC results in intestinal tissue removal leading to short bowel syndrome and impacting the baby’s development and growth. To correct the strictures, your child might require surgery. The medical bills alone will be in the tens of thousands let along the potential complications associated with such.
Other severe injuries associated with NEC are:
- Short bowel syndrome
- Narrowing of the intestines (intestinal stricture)
- Peritonitis is an infection of the abdomen
Infant Formula Lawsuit – Formulas Should Be Safe and Worry-Free
Having a new baby should be an exciting time. However, when a baby is born prematurely, this happy event may also be filled with stress, fear, and worry.
Premature babies already have problems. They need extra nutrition and assistance, so advanced infant formulas have been developed.
One of the most common types of infant formulas is made out of cow milk. Almost all babies do well on cow’s milk-based formulas. Such formulas can be made in a factory to mimic breast milk; they are plentiful and relatively inexpensive. They also have the vitamins and minerals that babies need to grow.
Hundreds of companies produce these formulas, but some of the most popular ones are Enfamil and Similac. These companies must undergo rigorous testing and development to be released for public use. However, that does not mean that everything is always perfectly safe for your special new baby.
Injured Consumers Can Hold Manufacturers Liable
In general, manufacturers of all different products in the U.S. can be held liable for any injuries caused by their products if they present an unreasonable risk of harm. Manufacturers also must warn consumers about any dangers associated with using their products. This is why you see electrical shock stickers on clothing irons or warnings on medicines.
One of the reasons we as a nation require this kind of warning is that these companies spend millions on research and development and usually find these dangers. It only makes sense that they should warn people about them then.
There exists a reasonable belief that Similac formula manufacturer Abbott Laboratories was aware of the danger associated with cow milk infant formula fed to premature infants. This is especially true when the manufacturer knew the product was dangerous but hid it from consumers to increase profits and protect their reputation. This is why you can file a civil lawsuit against any company that does cause you or your family harm and fails to warn of the dangers. The failure to warn of a known danger is at the heart of an NEC lawsuit.
Risk Factors for Premature Birth
Babies who suffer from NEC caused by cow’s milk-based formulas are only in this position because they were born underweight and usually before their due date. Because of this, it is helpful to understand the risk factors of preterm birth.
The specific cause of premature birth isn’t clear; however, there are some known risk factors for premature baby delivery, including:
- Mother has a previous premature birth
- Being pregnant with twins, triplets, or other multiples
- A span of fewer than six months between pregnancies
- Conceiving through in vitro fertilization
- Complications with the uterus, cervix, or placenta
- Smoking cigarettes or using illicit drugs during pregnancy
- Infections in the mother, specifically of the amniotic fluid or lower genital tract
- High blood pressure and diabetes in the mother
- Mother being underweight or overweight before and during pregnancy
- High stress during pregnancy
- Previous multiple miscarriages or abortions
- Physical injury or trauma to the mother
Black women are especially susceptible to premature birth for unknown reasons compared to women of other races. However, it would help if you remembered that premature birth could happen to anyone. Many women who have a premature birth had no known risk factors. However, health officials have become alarmed at the issues faced by premature infants fed cow’s milk-based formula.
Diagnosis of NEC – Necrotizing Enterocolitis in a Newborn
Diagnosis of NEC usually begins with noticeable symptoms like those listed above. It can then be confirmed through an abdominal x-ray of the intestine. Once an NEC x-ray is performed, a fecal occult blood test may be given to test for elevated white blood cell count, low platelet count (thrombocytopenia), or lactic acidosis.
Treatment for NEC
Necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) begins with stopping the formula regiment the newborn infant is on. Then, excess stomach gas can be relieved by inserting a small tube into the stomach. Intravenous feeding is also typically started. This allows doctors to begin antibiotic treatment and assess surgery.
The infant’s condition will be continually monitored with x-rays, blood tests, and other assessments. If it is found that the baby has a hole in the intestine or inflammation of the abdominal wall, then surgery will be necessary. During surgery, the dead bowel tissue is removed to treat NEC, and a colostomy or ileostomy is performed.
A colostomy is a surgical procedure in which a part of the colon is rerouted to an artificial opening in the abdominal wall to bypass the damaged part of the colon.
An ileostomy is a surgical procedure that creates an opening at the skin’s surface, which allows the small intestine to move intestinal waste into an external ostomy system. The bowel may be reconnected several weeks or months later when the infection and inflammation have healed. Bloody stools were not uncommon symptoms of NEC.
Prognosis for NEC
Necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) is a serious disease that leads to death in 40% of infants who suffer from it. Treating the disease early and aggressively can improve the infant’s chances of full recovery.
Who Is Being Sued for Baby Formula Injuries?
Abbott (maker of Similac) and Mead Johnson (maker of Enfamil) have allegedly failed to warn parents and medical professionals that their products could cause or significantly increase the risk of NEC and death in premature infants.
The current NEC baby formula lawsuits filed against Abbott and Mead Johnson alleged that they knew or should have known that their cow’s milk infant formulas posed a serious and unreasonable danger to premature infants.
Suppose you believe your baby suffered necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) that resulted in injury or death after being fed baby formula made from cow’s milk. In that case, you can contact a baby formula lawyer at Dolman Law Group Accident Injury Lawyers, PA, right away for a free initial case evaluation. If we take on your potential NEC lawsuit, you pay nothing unless we recover money for your family.
Lawsuits Filed Against Enfamil and Similac
NEC baby formula lawsuits filed have alleged that the cow’s milk-based formula caused premature babies to present with necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC). Premature infants have digestive systems that are not fully developed. The lawsuits further allege that premature babies suffered death or long-term serious medical issues after ingesting formulas from Enfamil and Similac.
The plaintiffs (in each NEC lawsuit we have reviewed )allege in their complaint that the defendants’ cow’s milk-based infant feeding products, which were fed to premature infants, caused the babies to develop NEC. The plaintiffs claim the premature infants, who had “underdeveloped digestive systems,” suffered death or long-term health effects after being fed Similac and Enfamil formula.
We have paid close attention to a number of Similac baby formula lawsuits that have been filed since January 1, 2022. In recent baby formula lawsuits filed in Ohio, Wisconsin, and Illinois, the plaintiffs claim that Similac and Enfamil knew the dangers the formula products posed to preterm babies. Additionally, they assert that Similac and Enfamil “aggressively marketed” their formulas as equivalent to breast milk while being fully aware of the risks that such products pose to preterm babies.
Recent Studies on the Risk of Toxic Baby Formulas
In 2019, Cochrane – an independent organization that researches the effectiveness of health care through clinical trials – compared the results of feeding a premature infant baby formula versus breast milk. Cochrane’s multiple trials, which involved 1,871 babies, found that feeding premature and low-weight infants with formula nearly doubled their risk of developing necrotizing enterocolitis.
These studies have caused multiple lawsuits against the manufacturers of these formulas who failed to warn the public and healthcare communities about their serious risks of injury and death.
Please note that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) does not approve infant formulas before being marketed to the public. However, both the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and FDA recommended back in 2002 that NICUs (Neonatal Intensive Care Units) no longer use powdered infant formula.
NEC British Medicine Study
The NEC study published in the British Medical Journal on October 14, 2021, suggests that the makers of infant formulas such as Similac funded unreliable and biased clinical product trials. The infant formula trials showed a lack of universal transparency and may have downplayed NEC risks associated with their cow-milk formulas.
What Infant Formulas Are Included in This Lawsuit?
We are currently investigating cases of NEC caused by baby formula. If you have a premature infant with NEC or a child who developed NEC as a baby, specific baby formula products include:
- Similac Special Care 20 (Abbott Nutrition)
- Similac NeoSure (Abbott Nutrition)
- Similac Special Care 24 (Abbott Nutrition)
- Similac Special Care 30 (Abbott Nutrition)
- Similac Special Care 24 – High Protein (Abbott Nutrition)
- Similac Liquid Protein Fortifier (Abbott Nutrition)
- Enfamil Human Milk Fortifier (Mead Johnson & Company)
- Enfamil Neuro Pro Enfa Care Infant Formula (Mead Johnson & Company)
- Enfamil 24 Cal Infant Formula (Mead Johnson & Company)
- Enfamil Human Milk Fortifier (Mead Johnson & Company)
As you can see, the only brands of baby formula we are targeting are Enfamil and Similac.
Deadline to File an NEC Lawsuit
If you believe your child suffered injury or death caused by necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) after being fed one of these formulas, contact the infant formula lawyers at Dolman Law Group Accident Injury Lawyers, PA, today to make sure your case fits within the time limit of the newborn Enfamil and Similac formula lawsuits being filed. Keep in mind that time is of the essence especially as the NEC lawsuit MDL is being built.
What Settlement Should You Expect from a Similac Lawsuit?
The Similac NEC litigation is still in its early stages because none of the lawsuits have gone to trial or reached a settlement, making it hard to speculate on the potential settlement values of these cases. It will be some time before the first Similac formula lawsuit proceeds to trial. The same holds true for your average Enfamil lawsuit. There are simply more lawsuits filed against Similac as of date.
However, our lawyers can assess other verdicts and settlements in past medical malpractice lawsuits where the primary injury was NEC in a premature baby to gauge how your potential baby formula lawsuit will unfold.
NEC Settlement Amounts
The NEC’s seven most recent malpractice lawsuit settlements in premature infants illustrated significant value. The average amount of money awarded to the seven cases was $1.3 million. Now, Abbott and Mead are different from nurses and doctors, potentially increasing the actual value of a baby formula lawsuit.
We can estimate average baby formula lawsuit settlement amounts between $300,000 and $800,000 for the Similac NEC lawsuits. However, this estimated amount will depend on the severity of the baby’s injuries. Further, we project a similar range for Enfamil toxic baby formula NEC lawsuits.
Baby Formula NEC Lawsuit Lawyers with Experience
No parent should worry that the food, medicine, or toys they are giving their child will seriously injure or kill them. This is especially true when a parent is already dealing with a sick and at-risk infant. If a product is intended to provide a benefit, it should do that. It definitely shouldn’t cause unnecessary and avoidable harm.
If your preterm infant was injured or died because of NEC caused by infant formula, you need the help of legal experts who understand what it takes to hold large corporations accountable. If your baby was diagnosed with NEC, we are here to represent you.
We Have the Financial Resources to Level the Playing Field
These are mammoth companies with hundreds of experienced lawyers working for them. This doesn’t mean they should be able to do whatever they want. It means consumers who were injured due to negligence deserve justice. You can level the playing field by hiring your own experienced civil trial lawyer.
Contact your NEC baby formula lawyers at Dolman Law Group today for your free initial consultation and free case evaluation at (727) 451-6900 or contact us online. We are representing clients nationwide in infant formula lawsuits.
Why Choose Dolman Law Group?
Dolman Law Group is a nationally recognized award-winning team of lawyers who have extensive experience litigating against companies that sell dangerous products, prescriptions, or medical devices. If your baby developed NEC, our baby formula lawyers would be honored to investigate a potential claim on your behalf.
In addition to investigating claims regarding NEC from cow’s milk in infant formula lawsuits, Dolman Law Group has also fought against the dangerous actions of the companies that make Zantac, CPAP Machines, Firefighting Foam, Paraquat, Elmiron, Roundup Weedkiller, and many more.
This means we have taken on and continue to litigate against some of the biggest companies and corporations in the world, such as Johnson & Johnson, 3M, Dupont, Geico, State Farm, Progressive, Dow, Bayer, Unilever, Pfizer, and Procter & Gamble.
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The Dolman Law Group works with local counsel in any jurisdiction outside Florida for the purpose of filing lawsuits in jurisdictions wherein we are not licensed. Thus, we will follow each State’s ethical rules to ensure a local attorney is involved along with our team on any NEC lawsuit.
The author of this article is Stanley Gipe. Mr. Gipe is a Board Certified Civil Trial Lawyer. The designation connotes that he is an expert in the art of litigation and trying cases before a jury. Stan has twenty-three (23) years of experience representing victims of serious and often catastrophic injuries. Further, he has served as lead counsel on over two thousand lawsuits and lead trial counsel in numerous jury trials.