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Fighting Back Against The Opioid Epidemic

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Opioid manufacturers and distributors misrepresented the dangers of these highly-addictive drugs. The cost of their deceptions is crippling communities and families. Join in the lawsuits that will help obtain compensation to fight against the opioid epidemic.

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Fighting Back Against The Opioid Epidemic

  1. 1. - Presented By - How To FIGHT BACK In The War Against Opioid Addiction
  2. 2. The opioid epidemic is draining Ohio families and communities of financial resources.
  3. 3. It’s time to make those who are responsible pay.
  4. 4. Opioid manufacturers, distributors and retailers have been misleading the public about the dangers of opioid use, leading to addiction, abuse and numerous overdose deaths.
  5. 5. Medical and emergency services Drug Crimes Social services and treatment Loss of worker and community contributions Families and communities are paying the price of Big Pharma’s deception with increasing costs for:
  6. 6. State, county and local communities from across the nation are banding together in a multidistrict litigation (MDL) action, forcing Big Pharma to pay for the financial losses they have sustained.
  7. 7. Your city, county, Native American tribe or town may be entitled to compensation as well to fund: • Opioid addiction treatment centers • Additional medical services • Law enforcement personnel • Other resources needed to fight addiction and abuse
  8. 8. To learn how you and your community can fight back, read our White Paper, How To Fund The War Against Opioid Addiction In Your Community. © 2018 Kelley & Ferraro, LLP All rights reserved. Design and editorial services by FindLaw, part of Thomson Reuters. Call our firm to learn how we can help. Phone: 216.575.0777 Toll Free: 888.839.8479

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