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2013-04-28 23:01:55

Wright & Schulte has recently filed a multiple Imprelis tree damage lawsuit on behalf of nearly 30 individual property owners nationwide. This Imprelis lawsuit alleges that use of Imprelis killed or permanently damaged the plaintiffs´ trees and other plant life and that full extent of Imprelis tree damage has yet to be discovered. Columbus, OH (PRWEB) April 28, 2013 The product liability lawyers at Wright & Schulte, LLC have filed a multiple plantiff Imprelis lawsuit on behalf...

2013-04-20 23:02:04

Wright & Schulte is representing various plaintiffs throughout the U.S. in four recently filed Imprelis tree damage lawsuits. These cases, three of which are class action lawsuits, allege that use of Imprelis resulted in permanent tree damage and death. Columbus, OH (PRWEB) April 20, 2013 The attorneys at Wright & Schulte, LLC have filed multiple Imprelis lawsuits on behalf of various plaintiffs throughout the U.S. The plaintiffs in these cases, which were filed in late March...

2012-09-27 10:28:09

Effects could extend to 'great-grandchildren' Since the 1960s, when the defoliant Agent Orange was widely used in Vietnam, military, industry and environmental groups have debated the toxicity of its main ingredient, the chemical dioxin, and how it should be regulated. But even if all the dioxin were eliminated from the planet, Washington State University researchers say its legacy will live on in the way it turns genes on and off in the descendants of people exposed over the past half...

US To Clean Up Agent Orange In Vietnam 40 Years After War Ends
2012-08-10 09:17:14

Lawrence LeBlond for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online It has been forty years since the US military last dumped toxic Agent Orange over Vietnam´s forests, meant to destroy cover for guerillas and drive villagers into US-dominated cities. Now, decades later, the United States is pitching in for the first time to aid in cleaning up from the ten years of havoc it caused on Vietnam´s ecosystem. A strain of dioxin found in Agent Orange has been linked to birth defects,...

2011-07-20 16:16:00

WASHINGTON, July 20, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- "Sooner or later, some senator or congressman was going to target benefits earned by veterans," said John Rowan, National President of Vietnam Veterans of America (VVA). "It seems that Senator Tom Coburn (R-Oklahoma) is the one who has taken aim and fired." Senator Coburn, a medical doctor with a well-earned reputation as a fiscal conservative, has offered an amendment to H.R. 2055, the Military Construction and Veterans' Affairs and...

2011-05-24 16:11:00

WASHINGTON, May 24, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The American Legion is standing by its call for benefits to be awarded to Blue Water Navy veterans of the Vietnam War who are suffering health problems associated with exposure to the toxic herbicide Agent Orange. The Legion's reaffirmation of its position comes in the wake of a new report on the issue from the private, nonprofit Institute of Medicine (IOM) of the National Academy of Sciences. As it stands, health-care benefit and...


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