Many elderly individuals are hesitant to disclose the fact that they are being abused or neglected, fearing that the abuse will become worse, especially in a nursing home. The Orange County elder abuse attorneys at Bentley & More LLP strive to help elderly individuals and their families understand their rights and how we can help protect them from continued abuse and neglect. We are dedicated to helping you get treatment for your injuries ...
A Bentley & More LLP client, "Mr. X" suffered a heart attack in April 2016 while at work nearly taking his life. It also left him with an anoxic brain injury rendering him unable to recall his age or location. For the past year, our client has been at a care facility in Pomona called Casa Colina. Since the injury occurred on the job, he is receiving treatment in the California Workers' Compensation syst...
Clip from Article on New Jersey 101.5
by reporter David Matthau
Greg Burdash, a married father of two living in the Camden County borough of Berlin, said he gave vaping a chance in order to quit smoking cigarettes and save his health.
But on Sept. 29, during a break at work, the e-cig battery he had in his pocket exploded. Burdash was rushed to the hospital suffering from debilitating third-degree burns over 20 percent of his body.
Orange County personal injury attorney Greg Bentley of Bentley & More LLP partners with Stark & Stark Attorneys at Law to bring law suits against e-cigarette manufactures and distributors on behalf of 4 injured NJ vapers injured by exploding devices.
Overview of NJ.com Article
by Robert Sciarrino | NJ Advance Media
Greg Bentley of Bentley & More LLP partners with Stark & Stark Attorneys at Law to bring law suits agai...
Clip from Article on CBS Local Philadelphiaby Stephanie Stahl, CBS 3PHILADELPHIA (CBS) â€” Four lawsuits were filed locally on Thursday, for injuries related to electronic cigarettes. The vaping devices can explode and cause serious burns.They were supposed to be an alternative to smoking tobacco. Now e-cigarettes have become especially popular among high school students. Two of the suits filed today are on behalf of minors who were injur...