It’s considered by some lawyers to be the next round of opioid litigation—only this product liability wave is centered on an unregulated alkaloid called Kratom.

Said to produce similar effects to morphine or heroin, the partial opioid has proved to be both addictive and lethal, sparking a string of wrongful-death claims in multiple states.

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(L-R)Talis Abolins , mctlaw Of Counsel in Seattle, WA, Michael J. Cowgill , mctlaw Trial Attorney in Sarasota, FL and Tamara J. Williams , mctlaw Trial Attorney in Sarasota, FL. Courtesy photos (L-R) Talis Abolins, of counsel with mctlaw in Seattle, Washington, Michael J. Cowgill, a trial attorney with mctlaw in Sarasota, Florida, and Tamara J. Williams, a trial attorney with mctlaw in Sarasota, Florida. Courtesy photos

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