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Sackler Family, Owners of Purdue Pharma, Negotiating Massive Settlement of Thousands of Opioid Lawsuits

The Sackler Family, which owns OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma, is negotiating a settlement of thousands of opioid-abuse lawsuits that may require the family to pay $3 billion of its own money. However, under the terms of the proposed settlement, the family… Read More

Judge Orders Johnson & Johnson to Pay $572 Million to Settle Opioid Lawsuit

On August 26, an Oklahoma judge made a ruling that could be the first of many against manufacturers of opioids that are being blamed for the opioid epidemic. Judge Thad Balkman ruled Johnson & Johnson intentionally exaggerated the benefits of opioids… Read More

Phillips Law Group Attorneys are the Exclusive Injury Lawyers of the Arizona State Sun Devils

Phillip Law Group has a strong history of getting results, just like the Arizona State University (ASU) Sun Devils, winners of 17 conference titles and 3 Pac-12 Football Championship titles. Today, we are announcing our collaboration and support for this… Read More

Phillips Law Group Proudly Sponsoring Arizona Cardinals, Including Promotions and Sweepstakes

At Phillips Law Group, we take pride in getting involved in the community we serve. That is why we are proud to announce our sponsorship of the Arizona Cardinals. “For over 25 years, my law firms have fought for the rights of injured Arizonans against… Read More

How Not Wearing a Helmet May Affect a Motorcycle Accident Claim

Riding a motorcycle is even more dangerous if you do so without wearing a helmet. There is a greater risk of suffering a severe head or brain injury if you are involved in a crash. Victims of these crashes may think they cannot file an injury claim because… Read More

California Law Tightening Rules for Use of Deadly Force By Police

On Monday, August 19th, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law one of the nation’s toughest standards for the use of deadly force by the police. Assembly Bill 392, a reform of the state’s existing use-of-force rules for law enforcement, will… Read More

Risk of E-Cigarettes and Vape Devices Exploding

Vaping is supposed to be a safer alternative to cigarette smoking. While the potential long-term health risks of inhaling the vapors of electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) have been widely publicized lately, there are short-term risks that can result… Read More

E-Scooters, E-Bikes and Mopeds in Arizona – What You Should Know

You are probably familiar with the brightly-painted scooters and bikes that are becoming popular throughout the valley. Here is what you should know about how they work, how they are treated under the law and safety issues. If you suffered an injury… Read More

800 Men from Across the U.S. Say They Were Abused When They Were Boy Scouts

A group of attorneys has collected reports of 800 men across the nation who say they were abused while in the Boy Scouts of America (BSA). One of the 800 filed a lawsuit on Monday, claiming he was molested dozens of times in the 1970s by an assistant… Read More

Vaping, E-Cigarettes Tied to Stroke, Lung Disease and Heart Attack Risk

Electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) are battery-operated devices that deliver a vapor, which provides users a similar sensation to inhaling tobacco smoke, but without the smoke. Using these devices is also called vaping. E-cigarettes were first marketed… Read More

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