A Florida attorney’s strategy to hold Big Tobacco accountable just set a precedent in the Nevada Supreme Court, and counsel said in the process, it created a nationwide blueprint for lawyers litigating similar claims.

Fan Li of Kelley | Uustal in Fort Lauderdale is co-lead counsel for Sandra Camacho, an alleged victim of consumer fraud, who sued the product manufacturers of the tobacco products she smoked—as well as an additional corporation that allegedly conspired with the product manufacturers.

Fan Li of Kelley | Uustal in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. (Credit: Courtesy photo) Fan Li of Kelley | Uustal in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Courtesy photo

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