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  • Digitek: "This Pill is Too Thick"
    Sep-23-08 Tucson, AZ Sue took Digitek for about 10 years to control her irregular heart beat and palpitations and she was doing OK until last fall, when Sue believes she was given pills that were on the Digitek recall ." I got my prescription by mail from Medco and right away, I felt that the pills were too thick," says Sue. "I learn to feel everything because...
  • Another Levaquin Lament
    Aug-11-08 Philadelphia, PA: For no apparent reason, Lynn had damaged her Achilles tendon; it got so bad that she could barely walk. Then she had problems with the rotator cuff tendon in her right shoulder. Her injuries were baffling Lynn and her doctors, until she discovered the link between damaged and ruptured tendons and Levaquin . "The first time I took Lev...
  • "Losing Weight wasn't worth taking Fen-Phen: PPH was the Outcome"
    Jul-22-08 Atlanta, GA Margaret was given a script for Fen-phen and took it every day for two years, right up until it was pulled from the market. "It worked, I lost 100lbs," she says, "but in retrospect, this drug is so dangerous that I wouldn't have taken it had I known that PPH (Primary Pulmonary Hypertension) would ultimately be the outcome." "This drug ma...
  • Attorney Linda M. Dardarian on Structured Negotiation
    Apr-12-08 Oakland, CA: Traditional litigation is often an expensive, time-consuming, and adversarial route to resolution. Sometimes it's inevitable, but some areas of law lend themselves to a collaborative approach that yields benefits for both sides. It's called structured negotiation, and Linda M. Dardarian, partner in Goldstein, Demchak, Baller, Borgen and Dard...
  • Chantix Led Smoker to the Psych Ward
    Apr-11-08 Las Vegas, NV Donna's experience with Chantix was like a fast descent into hell and she's lucky to be alive to tell her story. It started out with bizarre dreams and ended with a suicide attempt that put her in a psychiatric ward. Today she is dealing with embarrassment and remorse. And she's back to smoking a pack a day. She took Chantix for three...
  • Credit Card Abuse Takes on Many Forms
    Mar-13-08 Freeland, MI Credit card abuse can take on many forms—including the personal data you entrust the credit card company to hold safe on your behalf. However, that is not always the case, as witnessed in January when data from 650,000 credit cards was at risk of being compromised after a computer tape went missing. GE Money handles credit card oper...
  • Head Games: Meat Packing Plants Pose Risks to Workers
    Feb-8-08 Austin, MN You've often heard the phrase, "he's got more brains than he knows what to do with..." In the town of Austin, Minnesota that phrase has taken on new meaning, thanks to a bizarre health issue that appeared to be affecting certain employees of a meat processing plant there. In fact, as truth is stranger than fiction, you would be forgiven if...
  • Unpaid Overtime: Never too Late to Claim in New York State
    Dec-14-07 Albany, NY It's almost never too late in New York State to claim for [ unpaid overtime ], a contentious workplace issue that is haunting employers both large and small. If you think you have been unfairly denied overtime pay, you have up to six years to launch a claim. And, if you're successful, you can collect money owing—and penalties—for p...
  • Aranesp, Epogen, & Procrit Lawsuit News and Legal Information
    Aranesp, Epogen, and Procrit -- three common drugs used to treat anemia -- have been linked to serious complications in cancer and kidney patients. The drugs, which are erythropoiesis stimulating agents (ESAs), have been approved to treat anemia in patients with chronic kidney failure and in cancer patients whose anemia is caused by chemotherapy. Epogen...
  • FDA Issues Boxed Warning for Ocaliva
    Washington, DC: UPDATE Further to information issued by the US Food and Drug Administration through a MedWatch safety alert for liver disease medicine Ocaliva (obeticholic acid) - Increased Risk of Serious Liver Injury, issued 09-21-2017, a Boxed Warning has been added to the product under the agency’s guidance. The original warning stated...
  • 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...
  • SJS - Called A Fate Worse Than Death
    Jan-29-06 Until Susie Orme developed Stevens Johnson Syndrome, it was a condition she read about in medical textbooks and a difficult topic to study for on her postgraduate exams. Susie is a doctor and as such, she was able to diagnose her own SJS. However, "no amount of training could prepare me for the pain ahead," she said. Susie's SJS was a reaction to the a...
  • More Stockert 3T Heater-Cooler Lawsuits after Slow-Developing Infections
    Nov-26-17 St. Paul, MN: Seventeen months after open-heart surgery where a Stockert 3T heater-cooler system device was used, a man died from M. chimaera and doctors associated the deadly infection with the heater-cooler unit. His wife is one of several people who, in the past few months is seeking legal action against the manufacturer. Plaintiff Danna Brack...
  • Patient Deaths and Liquid-filled Intragastric Balloon Systems
    Santa Clara, CA: Following five reports of patient deaths that occurred within a month or less of placement of liquid-filled intragastric balloon systems the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued an updated alert. The agency states that the five unanticipated deaths occurred from 2016 to present day in patients with liquid-filled intra...
  • Bayer Bans Essure Outside US, Is FDA Lagging?
    Oct-10-17 Richmond, VA: Bayer has stopped selling its Essure outside of the U.S. citing “lack of interest” and “commercial reasons”. But those reasons may not be quite accurate. Many countries have banned the permanent sterilization device due to product and safety concerns. So, why is it safe for women in America? Bayer’s decisi...
  • Invokana to Get Black-Box Warning over Amputation Risk
    May-18-17 Washington, DC: An issue that looms even larger than that of Invokana linked with cardiovascular injuries and kidney failure is the potential for amputation associated with the diabetes drug. The issue first surfaced a year ago when the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued an alert after studying the results of two clinical trials, warning that...
  • Airbag Injuries and Defective Airbags Getting More Complicated
    May-12-17 Kansas City, MO: Recent reports of airbag injuries suffered by a young woman in an older-model car that had been in an accident and returned to the road with a replacement airbag , together with media reports originating from Kansas City with regard to recycled airbags , points to an entirely new issue with recalled airbags, and accompanying airb...
  • Stryker Accolade Hip Replacement Lawsuit News & Legal Information
    Attorneys are investigating possible Stryker Accolade lawsuits , alleging patients were harmed by defective hip implants. Although Stryker Accolade has reportedly been linked to an increased risk of metallosis, some studies also suggest the Stryker Accolade is linked to a risk of spontaneous dissociation, in which the femoral head comes loose from the st...
  • Thoratec Heartmate II Lawsuit News and Legal Information
    The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a warning about potential adverse events linked to the Thoratec HeartMate II) and other left Ventricular Assist Devices (LVADs). Specifically, the FDA is concerned about Thoratec HeartMate II adverse events including bleeding complications and an increased risk of blood clots inside the Thoratec p...
  • Scuba Diving & Snorkeling Accident Lawsuit Information & Legal News
    Each year hundreds of scuba divers and snorkelers are injured, many of whom are killed, in diving accidents . Most dive accidents are preventable; they can occur as a result of improper scuba instructor training , inadequate dive training and/or supervision, equipment failure , dive buddy negligence , and poor judgment. An experienced persona...
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