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The Florida Supreme Court has issued a mandate in the Engle v. Liggett Class Action, requiring Engle Class members to take action and file individual lawsuits by January 11, 2008.
 

 

Here are some of the Court's precedent-setting findings:

Smoking cigarettes causes life-threatening diseases that include aortic aneurysms, bladder cancer, cerebrovascular disease, cervical cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, coronary heart disease, esophageal cancer, kidney cancer, laryngeal cancer, lung cancer, complications of pregnancy, oral cavity/tongue cancer, pancreatic cancer, peripheral vascular disease, pharyngeal cancer, and stomach cancer.

The nicotine in cigarettes is addictive.

Big Tobacco placed on the market cigarettes that were defective and unreasonably dangerous.

The tobacco industry purposely omitted or concealed information about the adverse health effects and addictive nature of smoking cigarettes.

Big Tobacco intentionally misrepresented information about the health effects of cigarettes and their addictive nature.

All of the defendant tobacco companies named in this lawsuit were negligent.


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We at the law firm of Alvarez Garcia would like to assist you in your pursuit of potential claims against big tobacco. Do you or a loved one meet the criteria necessary for an attorney client consultation? Take a minute to answer the questions below. Once your information is reviewed, qualified participants will hear from a firm representative.

Attention Potential Clients: In order to proceed with our office, your claim must include a diagnosis date or death date that is clearly within the class period; from May 1990 (for injury cases) or May 1992 (for death cases) through November 21, 1996.


Full Name:

Your Address:

Zip code:

City:

Phone Number:

Cell Phone Number:

Email Address:

Injured/Deceased Name:

Date of birth of injured person:

Relation to Injured/Deceased Party:
Was the injured person a regular smoker of tobacco products?
YES   NO


Was the injured person a citizen of the State of Florida as of November 21, 1996?
YES   NO

Was the injured person suffering from tobacco related diseases and/or medical conditions as of November 21, 1996?
YES   NO

Has the injured person been diagnosed with any of the following?

Aortic Aneurysm
Bladder Cancer
Cerebrovascular Disease
Cervical Cancer
Chronic Obstructive
Pulmonary Disease
Coronary Heart Disease
Esophageal Cancer
Kidney Cancer
Laryngeal Cancer
Lung Cancer (specifically: Adenocarinoma; Large Cell Carcinoma; Small Cell Carcinoma; Squamous Cell Carcinoma)
Complications of Pregnancy
Oral Cavity/Tongue Cancer
Pancreatic Cancer
Peripheral Vascular Disease
Pharyngeal Cancer
Stomach Cancer

Description of Smoking Related Illness/Injuries:

Date Symptoms of Smoking Related Illness/Injuries were first treated & by whom:

Dates of Residency in Florida between 1990-1997:

Brands Smoked

When did the diagnosis occur?

Intake completed by:


Is the person deceased?
YES   NO

Date of death?

What is the cause of death as stated on the death certificate?
Please list any additional information here:

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