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Mark Cuker appeared at Arthur Woodson’s Facebook family to talk about unfairness of the proposed Flint settlement. View video on Facebook

The details of the proposed Flint settlement have been released. They are unfair to the great majority of Flint residents; most of the money will be paid based on bone lead testing, but bone lead testing is extremely limited and  not available to the majority of Flint residents. See HERE for the comments we made […]

Flint News Update

We represent the people listed below in the Flint Water Crisis Litigation.  We have been attempting to reach these people to update their information so they can make a claim in the settlement proposed by the State of Michigan. If you are one of these people. or know one of these people , please contact […]

$600 million is headed to Flint residents!

We are committed to getting our clients  every cent they are due. If you are one of our clients,  immediately call  215-831-8522 or email Mark Cuker directly at If you do not have a lawyer, we are here to help you, your family and your children  get what you’re entitled to. Contact me at […]

Pharmacies Allege OptumRx Knowingly Paid Them Less Than Large Retail Chain Pharmacies PHILADELPHIA, PA (May 1, 2020) – — The newest litigation against a major pharmacy benefit manager comes from a most likely source: their small business victims. Unwilling to tolerate the low reimbursements which threaten to drive them out of business, more than 50 […]

PFAS endangers pregnancies, newborns

There’s no force in nature more powerful than a mothers love for her child. Yet there is new evidence that PFAS threatens that sacred relationship We have known for a long time that PFAS builds up in the body and blood. So even if a mother is not currently exposed to PFAS, the buildup from […]

On Tuesday Feb 12 I participated in a panel discussion on the PFAS crisis at Delaware Valley University in Doylestown , superbly moderated by Senator Maria Collett. Despite the overwhelming need to regulate these chemicals, list them as hazardous substances and establish an enforceable safe drinking water limit, both EPA and the PA DEP have […]

I cannot adequately express my disgust and revulsion at EPA’s latest effort to endanger our drinking water. The proposed Waters of the United States Rule would have prevented contamination of groundwater as well as surface water from chemical and environmental contamination, because the two are so connected; groundwater often flows into surface water and vice […]

Last week, Judge Pappert dismissed the PFAS exposure medical monitoring suit we filed against the US Navy because, even though these chemicals are “hazardous” under any definition, neither the EPA nor the PaDEP had “designated” PFOA or PFOS as “hazardous substances” under Pennsylvania’s Hazardous Sites Cleanup Act. The judge ruled that meeting the “definition” wasn’t […]

Congress fails to act; Community fights on Congress passed the National Defense Authorization Act, which, to our bitter disappointment, leaves PFAS “unregulated.” It includes some measures to reduce future PFAS use, but this is nowhere near enough to address the problem. This excellent NBC news story describes how Hope Grosse and Joanne Stanton, founders of […]

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