K&F’s first post-pandemic jury trial resulted in a $10.6 million verdict for the widow of a mesothelioma victim.

Understanding the “why” behind the fight against the opioid crisis

On Behalf of | Jun 28, 2018 | Opioid Epidemic

A war is raging across Ohio: A battle against drug abuse and addiction. If you think you or your city are not involved, you are mistaken.

The dangers and highly-addictive nature of opioids was intentionally hidden from the public for years. These powerful painkillers kill hundreds of Ohioans each year, and hundreds of thousands more have addiction issues that they cannot break.

The effects of opioids are felt not just by individual addicts and their families, but by every community throughout the state. Resources normally spent on community enrichment, development, housing and social services are being spent fighting the war on drugs. The financial drain on your town, tribe or county means fewer services for you and your family.

Learn how your community can obtain the financial resources it needs to provide sufficient legal, medical and treatment services to those affected by the opioid epidemic without jeopardizing existing local services.

View this SlideShare that shows who is to blame for the opioid crisis and how Ohio is fighting back.


$120 Million Settlement

To 15,000 Asbestos Victims

$20 Million Verdict


$17 Million Verdict


$8.2 Million Verdict


White Paper Read Now2
White Paper Read Now