Insurance Journal, considered the most read national property and casualty publication for independent insurance agents and brokers, is making the opioid epidemic at the center of the Sullivan Baby Doe legal action headline news in front of its audience. Insurance Journal as a brand delivers award-winning editorial content, breaking news, exclusive video interviews and more – in print, online and on mobile devices.
The media powerhouse brought the story of the lawsuit filed in Sullivan County, Tennessee by the District Attorneys General of the First, Second and Third Judicial Districts to its online audience this week, which is estimated at 1.26 million website visitors per month. Their companion print magazine has a biweekly national circulation of 43,300.
You can read their featured article, courtesy of the Associated Press, here. That story details the legal action seeking to stop the flood of opioids in Tennessee and to recover money for the costs of combatting the epidemic, including medical expenses, drug treatment, pain and suffering. The suit was filed by J. Gerard Stranch of Branstetter, Stranch & Jennings, PLLC of Nashville who is coordinating the effort on behalf of Sullivan County and the other judicial districts represented.