Also playing key roles in the litigation for the affected residents were attorneys Jean Geoppinger McCoy of the downtown Cincinnati firm White, Getgey & Meyer.
“We were one of the counsel of record for the entire time the case has been pending,” said Louise Roselle of the downtown Cincinnati firm Markovits, Stock & De Marco. “Yes, this was a lot of hard work. Yes, it was worth it. And yes, we’re very happy it’s over.”
CONTINUED WORK ON NUCLEAR FACILITIES
The Markovits, Stock & DeMarco team has continued to assist the workers and residents surrounding nuclear facilities site through their website www.ColdWarCancerFund.com. On the site they detail how workers of certain nuclear facility sites who have developed cancer may qualify for EEOICPA Claims. Additionally, they provide resources for RECA and Downwinder claims for cases similar to the Rocky Flats Settlement.
Individuals who believe they may qualify for an EEOICPA, RECA, or Downwinder claim can visit www.coldwarcancerfund.com or call the Markovits, Stock & DeMarco office at (513) 651-3700 for assistance.
ABOUT MARKOVITS, STOCK & DEMARCO
The attorneys at Markovits, Stock & DeMarco, LLC have worked on a wide variety of commercial disputes and complex litigation matters. We have litigated both for and against some of the largest corporations in the United States, in some of the highest exposure and highest stakes cases. But we also pride ourselves on our ability to obtain results for our clients – no matter the size of the dispute. We do not throw hordes of lawyers and time at each case; instead we bring to bear the most experienced lawyers with the best fit to the case, and keep the staffing both lean and efficient.