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  • Children’s Activities Linked to Neck Injuries
    Mar-16-14 Phoenix, AZ Parents do everything they can to protect their children from back and neck injuries , but even regular activities can put them at a risk of serious injury. Regardless of the inherent risk of some activities - such as skiing or playing sports - if a person or organization’s negligence causes a back or neck injury, then a lawsuit could...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Crestor Side Effects
    Crestor has been linked in some reports to an increased risk of diabetes and rhabdoymylosis. These Crestor side effects , which are also found with similar drugs, are potentially serious Concerns about Crestor issues are strong enough that Public Citizen, an independent watchdog organization, called for the drug to be removed from the market in 2004. ...
  • Spinach E. coli: Warnings Unnoticed for Two Days
    Dec-4-06 Salinas, CA: Concerns are now being raised that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) did not warn consumers quickly enough about the recent E. coli spinach contamination that killed at least three people and made 200 more sick. Some critics believe that the deaths from the E. coli infection could have been prevented if the CDC had lear...
  • Olympus Corp On the Hook for $646 Million, Endoscope Infections Still a Concern
    Mar-6-16 Washington, DC: A damning report issued at the beginning of the year by Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (HELP) Committee Ranking Member Patty Murray (D-Washington) paints a troubling picture reflective of the risks and realities inherent with endoscope infection , and specifically the increasing difficulties in keeping such complex medical...
  • Auto Price Finder Spam Text Message Class Action Settlement Reached
    Chicago, IL: A notification program is underway, as ordered by the Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois (the "Court"), to alert those who received an unsolicited text message advertisement , in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), regarding car price quotes about a proposed class action settlement that may affect their rights...
  • Additional Concerns Surface Over Invokana Side Effects: FDA
    Oct-4-15 Washington DC Up until now there has been ongoing concern with regard to side effects associated with Invokana, the type 2 diabetes medication marketed by Janssen Pharmaceuticals Inc. (Janssen), an offshoot of pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson. “ Invokana Linked with Cardiovascular Injuries and Kidney Failure ” is a headline no type...
  • Home Depot Data Breach Lawsuit Alleges Complacency to Blame
    May-24-15 Atlanta, GA A consolidated Home Depot data breach lawsuit , filed on behalf of consumers who say they were harmed by the data hack, alleges that Home Depot’s management is to blame for the security. The lawsuit alleges that complacency in securing customer data allowed hackers to access private consumer financial and personal information. Accor...
  • Attorney Leonard Aragon: Going after LifeLock
    Apr-7-08 Phoenix, AZ: On March 27, the law firm of Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro filed a proposed consumer class action against LifeLock of Tempe, AZ. LifeLock uses aggressive advertising to convince consumers to subscribe to its $10-a-month "proactive identity theft protection" service, claiming to "offer a proven solution that prevents your identity from being st...
  • Target Data Breach Class Action Gets Approval
    Jan-24-15 St. Paul, MN A federal judge has given the okay for Target data breach lawsuits to go ahead as a class action. The lawsuits allege Target customers were harmed by a data breach from November 27 to December 15, 2013, that made their personal information vulnerable. Approximately 110 million Target customers may have been affected by the data breach. ...
  • Medtronic MiniMed Insulin Pump: “MaxiRisk”
    Jun-9-16 Washington, DC: While most Americans with type 1 or type 2 diabetes can control their condition with medication, those with more serious and debilitating forms of diabetes require constant monitoring, together with regular infusions of insulin to not only keep their blood glucose at appropriate levels, but to also keep them alive. Such functions, in recent...
  • Settlement Proposed in Novedex XT Securities Lawsuit
    Los Angeles, CA: A notice program authorized by the United States District Court for the Central District of California began on November 1, 2011 to alert those who purchased Novedex XT from November 2, 2006 through October 3, 2011 ("Class Period") about a proposed settlement with Gaspari Nutrition, Inc. ("Gaspari"). The notice is a result of the Court cer...
  • Credit Card Theft: An "Inside Job"
    May-14-07 Ann Arbor, MI A Michigan State University study has shown that as much as 70 per cent of all identity theft -- including credit card theft -- is the work of "insiders" such as store clerks and other employees. Michigan State professor Judith Collins, director of an identity theft program at the university, randomly selected thousands of cases from aro...
  • Proposed Government Bill Aims to Increase Reporting of Defective Medical Devices
    Aug-9-16 Washington, DC: It was two years ago, in 2014 that the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued its safety alert with regard to power morcellators, the medical devices once employed quite frequently for Laparoscopic Uterine Surgery for women. In the face of reports linking use of the device with cancer, the FDA took as its official position, discou...
  • FDA Evaluating Fluoroquinolone Antibiotics for Peripheral Sensorimotor Neuropathy
    Fluoroquinolone side effects reportedly include an increased risk of serious problems including peripheral neuropathy and tendon rupture. The reported link between fluoroquinolones and peripheral neuropathy has led the FDA to announce an updated warning label for the medications. In 2008, the FDA added a boxed warning to alert patients to the link betw...
  • Stabbing Victim Sues Cops for Negligence
    Aug-10-10 New Milford, CT A woman who was stabbed by her estranged husband outside of her home is suing the town of New Milford, Connecticut, for negligence , claiming that police should have prevented the attack. The Danbury News Times reports that Catherine Fergus was in her car at her home when her husband, who she was planning to divorce, stabbed her a n...
  • GM Issues Third Massive Recall for Alleged Defective Power Steering
    Apr-1-14 Detroit, MI Further to the massive GM recalls involving alleged defects in air bag deployment and ignition switches, General Motors has now issued a third large recall involving more than 1.3 million vehicles in the US and 145,700 in Canada that may experience a sudden loss of electric power steering assist. In a statement, the automaker notes...
  • Researchers examine Chantix side effects
    Oct-12-09 Silver Spring, MD Reports of Chantix side effects , such as suicide and aggression, spurred researchers in the UK to examine the anti-smoking aide to determine the extent of the product's side effects. The study was conducted at the University of Bristol with the goal of determining if there was a link between Chantix and suicide, WebMD reports. In the...
  • Sears Peeping Tom Lawsuit
    A Sears employee has been arrested for secretly videotaping women in Sears changing rooms, in a case that is being referred to as the Sears Peeping Tom case. Sears employees who may have been caught on the camera are now investigating a Sears employee lawsuit and company could face a Sears customer lawsuit as well. The fitting rooms and bathrooms were...
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