Unlike corporate defense lawyers, who can count on a steady flow of fees from a few well-heeled clients, plaintiff firms must constantly find new clients to stay in business. Many jumped into the new field of social media in the 1990s and 2000s, hoping to use a rifle-shot marketing approach to find people who have side effects from dangerous drugs or who were exposed to toxic substances. Thats why mesothelioma is frequently cited as the most expensive search term on the Internet. Click on asbestos.com and you will see a lot of helpful medical information about diagnosing and treating the disease and a tiny acknowledgement at the bottom that the site is sponsored by The Peterson Firm , a Washington law firm that focuses on asbestos litigation.
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Law and Order: Charge upgraded against Oakfield resident in tree cutting incident | The Batavian
Manes allegedly stood on a shed in his yard and used a saw to cut branches from a tree in his neighbor's yard. Manes was previously charged with trespass in the incident. He was arraigned in Town of Oakfield Court on Monday night on the upgraded charge. Alfredo Jalowayski, 52, of Saint Paul Street, Rochester, is charged with possession of more than 400 untaxed cigarettes, speeding (43 in a 30 mph zone) and no or inadequate exhaust.
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