Monsanto Paying $289M in Roundup Lawsuit: How to Get Compensated for Your Injuries

August 30, 2018

Monsanto Co. has been ordered by a jury to pay $289.2 million in a massive lawsuit over its weed killer, Roundup.

In 2015, the World Health Organization determined that glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup herbicides, is probably carcinogenic.

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IVC Filter Lawsuits: Problems & Legal Compensation for Patients

August 29, 2018

An IVC filter is a wire that is inserted into the inferior vena cava to prevent blood clots from entering the heart, lungs, kidneys or brain by catching the clots in the bloodstream and allowing them to break down over time.

An ongoing IVC filter class-action lawsuit claims the makers of IVC filters were negligent in the design of these devices, and that they are failing at a high rate. Patients are experiencing bleeding, organ damage, and chronic pain.

If you or someone you know has been injured or harmed by an IVC filter, you or another individual may be entitled to compensation. Request a free consultant with experienced attorney using the button below as soon as possible.

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6 Common Defenses for OWI in Wisconsin

August 9, 2018

It's a mistake to think that having a blood alcohol level result of 0.08% or above automatically means an OWI conviction. There are many ways to beat an OWI charge if you have an attorney on your side with the right knowledge and experience.

From flawed procedures to a mishandling of your rights, there are many ways to reduce or completely dismiss an OWI.

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Inside a Successful Appeal: A Stangl Law Success Story

July 24, 2018

The story below was written by David Wilson, a Stangl Law client who encountered a serious legal problem related to a firearms restriction.

This problem directly affected his employment as a truck driver responsible for hauling military equipment including ammunition and weapons. David went in search of a skilled attorney who could help appeal his conviction and protect his livelihood.

Following an appeal process, Attorney Stangl negotiated a settlement with the District Attorney, which the court approved. The domestic portion of the disorderly conduct charge was reopened, vacated and dismissed. David no longer has the conviction on his record and can now possess firearms and ammunition, allowing him to continue working in his position.

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What are the Side Effects of Abilify?

July 10, 2018

Abilify (aripiprazole) is an anti-psychotic drug used to treat psychotic conditions and disorders such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. It also is used with other medications to treat major depression in adults.

As of May 2018, more than 800 lawsuits have been filed in federal court against the makers of Abilify by individuals who claim to have experienced compulsive behaviors because of the drug.

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What You Need to Know About Expungement in Wisconsin

June 6, 2018

There are many common misconceptions about when expungement (also called expunction), or the process of having a case expunged or removed from a person’s criminal record is available.

Expungement is a process whereby a criminal conviction can be removed from an individual’s criminal record which can also remove the conviction from public view.

At the heart of the expungement statute lies an intention “to provide a break to young offenders who demonstrate the ability to comply with the law” by successfully completing and being discharged from their sentences.

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How Attorney Stangl Achieved Extraordinary Results for a Client Facing 8 Felonies

May 14, 2018

The following client success story offers a real-life example of the fact that no matter how serious or how many charges you or a loved one may be facing, Attorney Pat Stangl of Stangl Law Offices S.C. can help achieve truly extraordinary results.

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Pre-Charge Representation in Wisconsin: The Importance of Hiring an Attorney Early

May 9, 2018

Attorney Stangl is often enlisted by clients to represent them when they're the subject of a criminal investigation––long before the State or federal government has decided whether to file criminal charges or not. This is often called "precharge representation."

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The Penalties of Strangulation and Suffocation in Wisconsin

April 26, 2018


Strangulation and suffocation is a very serious charge in Wisconsin.

In this quick guide, I'll shed light on how strangulation and suffocation is defined in Wisconsin law, the penalties of strangulation and suffocation in Wisconsin, common questions I hear about what constitutes strangulation and suffocation, and what you should do if you find yourself facing charges in Wisconsin.

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What are the Side Effects of Invokana?

April 24, 2018

Invokana was the first of its kind in a new class of drug for Type 2 diabetes.

It was developed and marketed to help people manage their diabetes without insulin by causing the kidneys to remove sugar from the body via urine, thereby lowering blood sugar levels. This process prevents blood from reabsorbing the sugar.

In March 2013, the FDA approved Invokana. However, two years later in May 2015 the agency was warning the public that Invokana may lead to dangerous side effects.

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