Vogelzang Law Lead Counsel Nicholas Vogelzang Authors an Online Article for Building Indiana

February 5, 2021 By Erika R. Whitehead

Media Contact:Shawn Huntshunt@vogelzanglaw.comPhone: (312) 466.1669 ext. 34 Vogelzang Law Lead Counsel Nicholas Vogelzang Authors an Online Article for Building Indiana Business FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 5, 2021 CHICAGO – Vogelzang Law Lead Counsel, Nicholas Vogelzang, authored an online article titled “A Threat to You and Your Business” for Building Indiana. Building Indiana is the largest…

Mesothelioma Explained

February 4, 2021 By Erika R. Whitehead

Mesothelioma is a rare and aggressive form of cancer that affects the protective lining (mesothelium) of the lungs, chest, heart, abdomen and testicles. The disease is often classified into four types. Those types include pleural, pericardial, peritoneal and tunica vaginalis mesothelioma. Of these types, pleural mesothelioma is the most common.  Unfortunately, the prognosis is often…

The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society: Man and Woman of the Year 2021

January 14, 2021 By Erika R. Whitehead

Vogelzang Law is pleased to participate in the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) annual Man and Woman of the Year (MWOY) campaign. The campaign, which brings together candidates from around the country, kicks off next month. The 10-week campaign allows each candidate to engage in a philanthropic competition for LLS. Candidates are supported by LLS…

Vogelzang Law Hires its Newest Attorney Chloe Morrison

January 13, 2021 By Erika R. Whitehead

Media Contact:Shawn Huntshunt@vogelzanglaw.comPhone: (312) 466.1669 ext. 34 Vogelzang Law Hires its Newest Attorney Chloe Morrison FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 13, 2020 CHICAGO – Vogelzang Law, a Chicago-based personal injury law firm dedicated to representing victims of mesothelioma throughout the U.S., hired Chloe Morrison to join the bankruptcy department. Morrison will be the law firm’s newest…

On the Cutting Edge

January 11, 2021 By Erika R. Whitehead

“What I enjoy about this field is that these patients’ needs are extremely challenging,” says Dr. Robert Taylor Ripley. “They have big problems and need somebody to really be an advocate for them.” With his mind firmly set on cardiothoracic surgery, it was an unexpected change of course when Ripley decided to do a fellowship…

Battling Mesothelioma: An Enduring Fight

January 11, 2021 By Erika R. Whitehead

His children would say he always had a bit of a cough, though it was nothing too serious. When James Battreall was diagnosed with acute bronchitis in 2018, it was the first of two misdiagnoses before doctors finally discovered what was actually going on. A couple of months later, Battreall was diagnosed with mesothelioma, a…

Survivorship for Caregivers

November 20, 2020 By Erika R. Whitehead

Caregiving can be rather unique, as most caregivers are not given time to prepare for what the role will entail. According to a 2015 survey from the National Alliance for Caregiving, more than an estimated 2.8 million people provide care for an adult loved one or friend diagnosed with cancer. LUNGevity estimates that more than 228,000 people will…

The Art of Balance: Accepting Help as a Caregiver

November 6, 2020 By Erika R. Whitehead

It was Dec. 21, 2005, when life changed for Cameron Von St. James. On that day, 15 years ago, he found out that his wife, Heather, had been diagnosed with mesothelioma. As one of the rarer cancers, accounting for just 3,000 cases annually, the couple was stunned when they received the news. At the time,…

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