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  • Woman Survives Stevens Johnson Syndrome Ordeal
    Mar-4-16 Miami, FL : Patients taking medications are aware there are side effects to watch out for, but they may not realize that some medications come with a risk of a life-threatening condition known as Stevens Johnson Syndrome. Lawsuits have been filed against drugmakers, doctors, and other health care providers, alleging patients were not adequately warned a...
  • More Than 3,000 Testosterone Lawsuits Consolidated for Proceedings
    Nov-18-15 Chicago, IL : Patients continue to file testosterone lawsuits , with more than 3,000 testosterone side effects lawsuits now consolidated for pretrial proceedings. The lawsuits allege men were put at risk of serious cardiovascular side effects from testosterone therapy. According to the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation, as of November 16, 201...
  • Canadian Study: Surgical Warming Blankets and Link to Infection
    Oct-21-16 Kingston, ON: It’s been a little over a year since a landmark study in Canada revealed the striking number of door openings and closings that occur in an operating theatre during surgery. This potential for entry, migration and movement of pathogens and various bacteria may be exacerbated by the common practice of using warming blankets fed with warm...
  • Chantix: "I Started To Get Really Depressed"
    Mar-30-08 Superior, WI Victoria H. says she had no idea that Chantix could have been responsible for her suicide attempt. In fact, it was not until a month later, when her friend phoned her with information about Chantix , that Victoria had any idea that her suicide attempt could have been caused by the anti-smoking medication. "I went to a family doctor to get...
  • Lead Poisoning Still Happens
    Apr-19-17 Dallas, TX It was an alert physician who first noticed signs and symptoms of lead poisoning in some of her patients in Flint, Michigan. It was soon discovered water from the Flint River had corroded aging pipes causing lead to leach into the city’s water supply. Dangerous amounts of lead were slowing building up in the blood streams of Flint r...
  • New Food Safety Legislation to Offer Federal Whistleblower Protection
    Feb-24-11 Minneapolis, MN One of the provisions of the new food safety law recently signed by President Barack Obama will offer federal whistleblower protection to employees in the food industry, The Associated Press reports. The Food Safety and Modernization Act reportedly offers protection to such employees from being fired or otherwise retaliated against...
  • Fifth Third Bank Class Action Settlement Involving Overdraft Fees
    Chicago, IL: A notification program begun, as ordered by the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois (the "Court"), to alert people who have or had a bank account with Fifth Third Bank ("Fifth Third") about a proposed class action settlement. The lawsuit alleges that Fifth Third improperly assessed overdraft fees for in...
  • Personal Identity Theft - Identity Theft Lawsuit & Attorney - ID Theft Fraud
    Identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes. No matter how careful you are, highly skilled thieves utilize a number of identity theft scams in attempts to gain access to your private information. If you have been a victim of identity theft, experienced identity theft attorneys can help you by filing a police report and Federal Trade Commission (FTC...
  • Manufacturer of Daytrana Skin Patch Found Lacking
    Dec-23-15 Miami, FL: A “Form 483” is a document issued under the auspices of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) over suspected lapses in quality control. In this case, the FDA wrote up Noven Pharmaceuticals for lapses in batch reviews and testing, stability and process controls, and complaints handling. Pundits are left wondering if such lapses ha...
  • Newark, NY, Seton Hall University and Argenbright Security to pay $5.5 million settlement in murder/suicide lawsuit.
    Newark, NY: (May-29-08) The family of Sohayla Massachi brought charges against the city of Newark, after the Seton Hall student was killed by her ex-boyfriend because 9-1-1 personnel botched a call reporting the woman's abduction. The suit stated that the city was negligent when an operator gave the wrong make and model of the car Sohayla was pulled into...
  • Airbag Attorney Urges Everyone to Check their Vehicles—You May Be in Danger
    Oct-17-17 Orlando, FL: Chances are, you know about the airbag recall that has affected more than 100 million vehicles worldwide. But you may be unaware that the vehicle you are driving could have defective airbags, putting yourself and others at risk of serious injury. Attorney Frank Melton, whose firm represented Corey Burdick in 2014 and brought the recall to...
  • Investor Class Action Launched Over Zicam Side Effects
    Jul-22-09 Scottsdale, AZ For investors in Matrixx, something allegedly stinks—and it has everything to do with Zicam smell loss and other Zicam side effects. Beyond the Zicam loss of smell that lay at the root of the June recall of the cold remedy, shareholders in Matrixx Initiatives Inc. are alleging misrepresentation at the investor level. According...
  • Husband Recovering until Given Heparin
    Mar-23-08 Grafton, WV " Heparin was given to my husband at the hospital," says Betty Soames. "He was supposed to have a coloscopy but they didn't get to that--we had no idea he was going to die. My husband and two nurses told me that he was getting shots of Heparin." But Betty Soames (not her real name pending a lawsuit) was never was told why he was given it,...
  • Medtronic SynchroMed Infusion Pump: a History of Problems
    Oct-15-17 Harrisburg, PA: The dog-eared adage suggesting ‘there is a place for everything, and everything in its place’ certainly applies to marketing undertaken by the pharmaceutical and medical device communities: witness television commercials expounding upon the virtues of a drug, only to have a litany of potentially serious side effects narrated by...
  • More Studies Examine SSRI and Birth Defects
    May-20-07 Seattle, WA: More studies are now underway to determine the link between certain types of antidepressants, known as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), and birth defects . Currently, The Yale Pink and Blue Study is being conducted to determine the association between depression, anti-depressant use during pregnancy, and the risk of del...
  • SSRI Birth Defects –The Heart of the Matter
    May-19-09 Atlanta, GA: Meredith was taking Zoloft for nearly 3 years, and in the third year she became pregnant. Her doctor told her she should be fine to stay on the selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) during her pregnancy, but to reduce the dose during the last part of her pregnancy. Her daughter was born with heart defects, and Meredith wonders if there'...
  • The Bair Hugger Is Anything but a Warm Hug
    Nov-16-15 Topeka, KS: We are just a few weeks away from the date during which the next set of arguments are to be heard regarding the consolidation of Bair Hugger lawsuits in the District of Minnesota. Plaintiffs are hoping to consolidate a collection of lawsuits before the Honorable Donovan W. Frank. Arguments with regard to In Re: Bair Hugger Forced Air Warmin...
  • Zyprexa Cat Out Of The Bag
    Dec-19-06 Washington DC Documents acquired by the New York Times from attorney Jim Gottstein show that Eli Lilly ran a "Viva Zyprexa" marketing campaign to convince doctors to prescribe Zyprexa off-label and between 1999 and 2002, its sales doubled from $1.5 billion to $3 billion. Although most people would recognize that the Zyprexa cat cannot be stuffed ba...
  • When a Car Recall Leads to a Securities Lawsuit
    Nov-14-15 New York, NY: A recent car recall has led to a securities fraud lawsuit being filed against an automaker. The lawsuit, filed against Fiat Chrysler, alleges the company made false and misleading statements linked to its securities. The Detroit News (11/6/15) reports that the lawsuit was filed against Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV, CEO Sergio Marchio...
  • ETHEX Drug Overdose "Frightening"
    Apr-9-09 Suffolk, VA Patients rely on pharmaceutical companies to ensure that the medications they take are safe for consumption. That is what makes the recent ETHEX drug recall so scary. It took too long for the defects in the medications to be noticed, putting many people at risk of a drug overdose. Robert S says his wife, Linda, survived her ETHEX side effects...
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