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Superstorm Sandy Insurance Claim Attorney

Superstorm Sandy Insurance Claim Lawyers - Frekhtman & Associates represent victims of Hurricane Sandy Damage. If your insurance claim has been wrongly denied then do call us at (855) SANDY 911. On October 29th, 2012, super storm Sandy ripped across the East Coast of the United States leaving in her aftermath up to $50 billion in damages. These damages include flooding, loss of property, damage to property, business interruption, power outages, and other destruction brought on by Hurricane Sandy. If this super storm has caused serious damage to you, your family, or loved ones, there are important issues to consider and vital...

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Fungal Meningitis Outbreak Lawyer NY

Fungal Meningitis Outbreak Lawyers - Frekhtman Associates represent victims of contaminated steroid injections.  Call Now 866-ATTY-LAW for a free consultation. Fungal Meningitis Outbreak was caused by Epidural Steroid Pain Management Injections for Back Pain Sufferers. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC”), more than 14,000 back pain patients across the United States in 23 different states have been treated with a tainted pain relief medicine that may have caused fungal meningitis. As of this week, almost 500 cases along with 34 deaths are linked to the outbreak following a pain relief injection that utilized the steroid methylprednilosone acetate, a...

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ACS Workers Arraigned In Million-Dollar Fraud Scheme

Three Child care/service worker and two non-profit workers were charged Wednesday afternoon for allegedly stealing $1.5 million which was intended for needy and most vulnerable kids. They have reportedly spent the money on purchasing fancy cars including $85,000 BMW, and a 2006 Range Rover. Another $30,000 was used to pay for a rent in a doorman building apartment. The Manhattan Federal Court has filed charges against Duncan and Nigel Osarenkhoe, two high-ranking financial employees in the Administration for Children's Services. The two other alleged schemers include Stay Thompson and Philbert Gorrick who worked with a non-profit foster care organization Concord Family...

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