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Google Plus for marketing | It may be the biggest social network of all

Google Plus for lawyers and legal marketers: pull up a chair.

Google Plus was written off by some social media marketers when it failed to fulfill expectations that it would knock of Facebook. But that wasn’t at all what Google intended.

I’ll admit it. I’m one of the ones who thought Google Plus was another flop that would be killed off in a year the way Google has killed off Google Buzz and so many unsuccessful products. But it turns out the mistake was mine (and that of a lot of other social media writers) who thought Google Plus was intended to be a Facebook killer. It turns out that Google had a much larger vision than merely killing Facebook.  personal injury attorney Michael J Evans - Google Plus icon

It’s my guess that one reason new Google Plus features have been rolled out so slowly is that Google is determined to get this one right. It’s not trying to match the other social networks feature-for-feature right now. For example, you can schedule posts for Facebook, Twitter and Google Plus Pages right now with Hootsiute or Buffer. But if you want to schedule a post for your Google profile page (for you, as a person, not a brand page), you’ve got no other option than an often unreliable (in my experience) Chrome browser extension called DoShare, which has crashed on me so many times that I’ve quit using it. We’ve been promised that scheduling personal posts will come to third party services such as Buffer, but right now Google has not released the API. Why not? My guess is that the guys that are working “under the hood” to make Google Plus run smoothly aren’t going to release it until all the bugs are out.

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Apple eBooks Class Action Settlement Notice

This is a copy of the class action notice that was emailed to me September 4, 2013 giving me notice of the settlement of the Apple eBook class action lawsuit.

Read the class action notice and see if you are a class member and whether you are entitled to benefits under the Apple eBook class action settlement.

GranuFlo lawsuit – Many may unkowingly have a valuable GranuFlo lawsuit

Fresenius Medical Care, maker of the dialysis drug GranuFlo, gives dialysis to 167,000 people in the U.S. But only 201 have filed a GranuFlo lawsuit.

Our work on dialysis lawsuits has led me to a recent suspicion: I believe there are probably hundreds, if not thousands, of people who could collect a large cash award in a GranuFlo lawsuit, but they simply don’t know they qualify. But we’ll help you find out free-of-charge if you fill out our free GranuFlo Lawsuit Case Review Form

What is GranuFlo?

GranuFlo was a drug that was used by Fresenius Medical Care and other companies during the process of dialysis. It seems unlikely that most dialysis patients knew the name of the drugs that were used during dialysis.

GranuFlo was recalled March 29, 2012 in a FDA Class I recall.

Class I recalls are the most serious type of recall; it means that patients are likely to suffer serious injuries or death if the drug is not recalled.

Fresenius Medical Care, maker of GranuFlo, has 167,000 dialysis patients.

Fresenius Medical Care, in a press release, said it has more than 167,000 dialysis patients in the U.S. It’s almost certain that the dialysis drug manufactured by Fresenius was used on all its dialysis patients. Additionally, GranuFlo was sold to other dialysis providers. So there were at least 167,000, and perhaps many more, patients who had dialysis using the drug GranuFlo.

Only 201 GranuFlo lawsuits have been filed in the federal MDL GranuFlo litigation

If at least 167,000 dialysis patients were exposed to a drug that the FDA recalled because it could cause serious injury or death, simple logic suggests that there are many more people who suffered heart problems or death due to GranuFlo. The most reasonable explanation for the small number of GranuFlo lawsuits seems (to me) to be this: the dialysis patients simply didn’t know their injuries or death were caused by GranuFlo.

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Please see our BP settlement websites and BP Settlement Facebook page for more information on filing BP claims.

BP-Settlement-News.comLaunched in 2013 to provide topical BP Settlement news about BP’s 2013 court filings and efforts to avoid paying BP claims which are due to be paid under the BP Settlement. - New website with attorney videos explaining the BP Settlement process and offering a free BP claims evaluation form so that you can contact attorneys handling BP Settlement claims to get a free evaluation of your potential to collect a BP Settlement check. – operated continuously by attorney Michael J. Evans. Launched the week after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Now covering BP’s efforts to avoid it’s obligations under the BP Settlement, and the legal and public relations that British Petroleum is mounting against challenges to paying legitimate BP Settlement claims - 2 year-old website documenting the falsehoods told by Kenneth Feinberg and the total failure of the Gulf Coast Claims Facility to process BP claims and pay BP checks to local Gulf Coast residents who filed BP claims forms.

BP Settlement Help Facebook Page - Recently launced Facebook Page with videos of attorneys explaining the BP Settlement process, and offering a Free BP Claims Evaluation Form.

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