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The Cuker Law Firm has filed another brief on behalf of residents of the Warrington, Horsham and Warminster areas who want the U.S. Navy to pay for blood testing and a health effects study because of the pollution of their drinking water. A copy of the brief, filed in the Third Circuit Court of Appeals […]

Last November, we posted a link to an article in the Intelligencer stating that “Military knew of firefighting foam hazards in 1995”. I was interviewed in connection with the article, which had an immediate impact the Southeastern Pennsylvania area. Now, it appears that the article had reverberated as far away as New Hampshire. Portsmouth N.H. […]

For decades, the United States Navy has been conducting routine fire fighting trainings at several bases across the country. Two such facilities are the Willow Grove Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base (Base) in Willow Grove, PA and the Naval Air Development Center (NADC) in Warminster, PA. The fire fighting foam used in high quantities […]

Behind Closed Doors is a must read for all parents, if not all persons. In compelling but everyday language the authors, Joanne Stanton and Christine O’Donnell, show how the health of our children has been damaged by chemicals in our food, products and environment. A few eye-opening statistics: Doubling of childhood asthma over 15 years […]

Mark Cuker Volunteers in Flint

On the weekend of September 23 I had the pleasure of helping folks from the law offices of Conrad J Benedetto cook and serve a chicken dinner to about 30 needy Flint residents at My Brother’s Keeper shelter. All who attended were extremely gracious and appreciative of our efforts, and it was most rewarding to […]

On Wednesday (November 1, 2017), the Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Bob Martin, announced that New Jersey will become the first state to set formal Maximum Contaminant Levels (MCLs) for perfluorooctoanic acid (PFOA) and perfluorononanoic acid (PFNA), thereby improving drinking water quality and protecting the health and wellbeing of New Jersey […]

Many years ago I had a client who woke up to find out his well water was contaminated by gasoline. He lived only two blocks from a gas station, which was the obvious source. He was certain that his government—federal state or local— would come to his rescue. So he went to his township, only […]

Linda Gillick’s son, Michael, was diagnosed with cancer at only 3 months old. Linda believes Michael’s cancer, along with a cluster of cases in Toms River were all associated with a chemical found in the treated water of a Superfund site in the area. A recent study found that one chemical in the water did […]

A consortium of 55 independent pharmacies has filed a lawsuit alleging illegal conduct by Catamaran Corporation, one of the nation’s biggest managers of prescription-drug benefits for insurance plans.   Pharmacies hailing primarily from Pennsylvania filed suit this week in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania(1) against pharmacy benefit manager (“PBM”) Catamaran […]

The Pulitzer prize winning book telling the story of the Toms River clients and the industrial pollution that changed their lives forever is now in paperback. Written by Dan Fagin, a professor at New York University, “Toms River: A Story of Science and Salvation” the book has been named among the “Best Books of the […]

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