Families of Patients of Narconon Drug Rehab Centers Seek Damages for Alleged Negligence and Wrongful Death

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The families of 3 patients who died within 9 months of each other while in the care of a Narconon Drug Rehab Center are seeking damages for alleged negligence and wrongful death. A new resource site by Robert Gardner Law at NarcononJustice.com seeks to help other families seeking more information.

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If you or a loved one have ever been a patient of Narconon Drug Rehab Centers, then there are a lot of reasons to be concerned about the legitimacy of treatment and the fees that may have been charged.

The law firm of Robert Gardner has launched a free case evaluation website at NarcononJustice.com in order to help the families of former patients of Narconon Drug Rehab Centers who are seeking information and counsel regarding lawsuits for damages.

According to a lawsuit regarding the death of Stacy Dawn Murphy, there has been an investigation of Narconon's Arrowhead facility in Oklahoma, following the deaths of three patients in a period of nine months. NarcononJustice.com reveals information from many of the reports and interviews related to these cases.

“If you or a loved one have ever been a patient of Narconon Drug Rehab Centers, then there are a lot of reasons to be concerned about the legitimacy of treatment and the fees that may have been charged," said Robert Gardner at NarcononJustice.com. “This new site provides people with the opportunity to seek out more information and counsel in these matters.”

Following media attention surrounding the deaths in Oklahoma, News9 reported on March 10, 2013, that the National Association of Forensic Counselors revoked the Certified Chemical Dependency Counseling certification of several Narconon Arrowhead employees, and the Tulsa World reported on August 17, 2014, that the NAFC has sought an injunction to prevent Narconon Arrowhead and 80 related defendants from using the NAFC's accreditation and logos.

For a free case evaluation, please visit: http://narcononjustice.com

About Robert Gardner Law

Robert Gardner Law is currently investigating claims related to potential damages. Attorney Robert Gardner is licensed in Minnesota with his principal office in Bloomington, Minnesota, and works with experienced lawyers throughout the United States to help people across the country to ensure expertise in all of the matters handled.

Attribution: The case referred to for “Robert Murphy and Tonya White as Natural Parents and Next of Kin of Stacy Dawn Murphy, Deceased vs. Narconon of Oklahoma, et al.” is CJ-2012-265, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma. The case referred to for "Shirley Gilliam, Individually, and as the Natural Mother of Gabriel Graves, Deceased vs. Narconon of Oklahoma, Inc. d/b/a Narcon Arrowhead, et al." is CJ-2012-295 Pittsburgh County, Oklahoma. The case referred to for "National Association of Forensic Counselors v​s. Narconon International" is Case No. 14-­CV-­00187­KEW, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma.

The statements contained are for informational purposes only and are not intended to be legal advice. For more information about Robert Gardner Law, please visit NarcononJustice.com

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