Firm-Wide blog Home Firm-Wide blog Wine Class Action Lawsuit Explained: Water vs. Wine Wine Class Action Lawsuit Explained: Water vs. Wine By Burg Simpson April 6, 2015 1 min read Michael Burg explains the difference between arsenic levels in water, versus arsenic levels in wine. #ArsenicInWine Share Hire a lawyer with a proven track record of success. Contact us now Related Posts "Aurora Community Rocked by Explosion" by Burg Simpson Consumer Advisory: When Your Homeowners' Insurance Doesn't Renew Your Policy Notice of Adoption - Emergency Regulation 22-E-16 Concerning Tolling Certain Time Limits of Policyholder Benefits in the Event of a Catastrophic Disaster Colorado's Division of Insurance Passes Emergency Regulation to Help Marshall Fire Survivors by Thomas Henderson "A Deeper Look at CDARA's Scope" co-authored by Ronald M. Sandgrund and Leslie A. Tuft NewsletterSubscribe to our Firm-Wide Newsletter for news about case wins, social outreach events & more. Name *Email (required) *Select list(s) to subscribe to***2022 MASTER E NEWS LIST** Example: Yes, I would like to receive emails from Burg Simpson. (You can unsubscribe anytime)Constant Contact Use. Please leave this field blank.By submitting this form, you are consenting to receive marketing emails from: Burg Simpson, 40 Inverness Drive East, Englewood, CO, 80112, https://www.burgsimpson.com. You can revoke your consent to receive emails at any time by using the SafeUnsubscribe® link, found at the bottom of every email. Emails are serviced by Constant Contact Free case evaluation formFirst Name*Last Name*Email*Phone*Description*Can we contact you by text message? YesNoI am agreeable to receive response test messages in regards to my legal inquiry, which may be considered advertising material. The text message may be automatically generated from the above form to better help us coordinate communications. I understand my consent to this is not necessary to obtain legal services from Burg Simpson. Messaging & Data Rates May Apply.I have read the disclaimerThe use of this form or website for communication with Burg Simpson or a member of Burg Simpson does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Submission of this form also gives Burg Simpson or a member of Burg Simpson permission to contact you by email at the address provided.Thank you for submitting! Our intake staff will review your form and follow up with you shortly.Failed to send the evaluation form.