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March 29, 2017. By Lucy Campbell.
Santa Clara, CA: According to a study in the American Journal of Emergency Medicine, zip-line injuries are on the increase with 17,000 people treated for zip-line-related injuries between 1997 and 2012, the period of the study. The data also show a 70 percent increase in zip-line injuries during 2009-2012, which works out to an average of 10 injuries every day.Read [ Zip-Line Injuries On the Rise ]
March 29, 2017. By Brenda Craig.
San Francisco, CA In 2010, Ami Dodson was diagnosed with stage two breast cancer and underwent a partial mastectomy to remove the cancer. Her oncologists suggested they follow up with chemotherapy treatments using a drug known as Taxotere. Her prognosis was excellent and there was every expectation she would live a normal life.Read [ California Women Suffers Permanent Hair Loss after Taxotere Chemo – Suit Claims ]
March 28, 2017. By Brenda Craig.
Los Angeles, CA It’s a bargain made long ago with the men and women who run towards danger when the rest of us are running away from it.Read [ Retired Frontline Workers Can Make Worker Compensation Claims ]
March 28, 2017. By Deb Hipp.
Dallas, TX:A federal lawsuit filed recently over a popular diabetes medication claims that drug manufacturers failed to warn consumers of heart attack risks associated with the drug.Read [ New Lawsuit Claims Drug Manufacturers Failed to Warn of Risks of Diabetes Medication ]
March 27, 2017. By Gordon Gibb.
New York, NY: This August we’ll be coming up to the one-year anniversary of an Eliquis lawsuit filed by Rhonda and James Hancock against Bristol-Myers Squibb and Pfizer Inc. The New York couple alleges that apixaban (Eliquis) has been linked to excessive bleeding and other life-threatening conditions, and that the manufacturers failed to disclose Eliquis side effects.Read [ Plaintiff Asserts Eliquis Side Effects Left her with Permanent Injuries ]
March 27, 2017. By Deb Hipp.
Dallas, TX: Patients who suffered injuries after receiving the shingles vaccine Zostavax may have lawsuit claims against the vaccine's manufacturer for allegedly failing to warn consumers of the vaccine's risks.Read [ Woman Claims She Suffered Injuries from Shingles Vaccine ]
March 27, 2017. By Gordon Gibb.
Santa Barbara, CA: An exotic dancer who claims to have received no compensation of any kind from the owners of the gentleman’s club for whom she briefly worked, has filed a putative class action lawsuit in a California court alleging violations of state overtime pay laws, and similar violations against the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).Read [ Former Exotic Dancer Launches California Overtime Lawsuit ]
March 25, 2017. By Gordon Gibb.
Indianapolis, IN: At least two additional lawsuits with regard to allegedly defective IVC filters have been filed in the month of March against Cook Medical Inc., one of the primary manufacturers of the inferior vena cava filter along with competitors such as C.R. Bard. There are likely more, as presently in excess of 3,000 IVC filter lawsuits are consolidated in multidistrict litigation.Read [ Allegedly Defective IVC Filters Not a New Problem ]
March 25, 2017. By Jane Mundy.
Winnipeg, SK: Colleen had a transvaginal mesh implant almost seven years ago, and for three of those years she has looked for a doctor to remove the TVT Sling, to no avail. If it isn’t removed soon, Colleen thinks she may never have sex again.Read [ Transvaginal Mesh Victim Speaks Candidly about Sex Problems ]
March 24, 2017. By Fernando Marcano.
Los Ángeles, California: La demanda laboral de California que fue desechada por un tribunal de distrito pero revivida por un tribunal de apelaciones, puede avanzar después de una decisión del noveno circuito. El tribunal de apelaciones se negó a volver a su decisión original en septiembre para volver a iniciar una acción de demanda colectiva presentada por la Unión Internacional de Empleados de Servicio (SEIU) y sus trabajadores en el Aeropuerto Internacional de Los Ángeles.Read [ Demanda laboral en California referente a los trabajadores de LAX puede continuar ]