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  • Kohl TCPA Violations Lawsuit News and Legal Information
    Kohl’s department store is facing allegations that it violates the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) by using an automatic-capable dialer to send unsolicited text messages to plaintiffs and consumers nationwide, even after consumers have withdrawn their consent. Attorneys are investigating complaints of Kohl’s unsolicited messages and may seek to...
  • Hartford Insurance Denies Disability Benefits and Pays Millions to bail out a town
    Aug-13-18 Hartford, CT: Imagine that an injury results in you being disabled and unable to return to work. You apply for long term disability but Hartford, your insurance company, denies your benefits. You don’t have any savings and no other source of income. And then you find out that Hartford, along with two other insurance companies, bails out the town of Har...
  • Possible Maxipime Risk of Death Lawsuit
    The FDA issued an early communication about the ongoing review of new safety data and the request for additional data to further evaluate the risk of death in patients treated with Cefepime. An article in the May 2007 issue of The Lancet Infectious Diseases (Efficacy and safety of Cefepime: a systematic review and meta analysis) raised the question about i...
  • comScore Reaches $14M Electronic Privacy Class Action Settlement
    New York, NY: A $14 million settlement has been reached in an electronic privacy class action lawsuit pending against ComScore Inc. The lawsuit, believed to have the largest class ever certified under federal electronic privacy laws, represents Web users who alleged they had the online analytics giant's data-harvesting software installed on their com...
  • Elmiron may no longer be Drug Companies’ Golden Goose
    Aug-13-20 Santa Clara, CA In a pharmaceutical manufacturer’s perfect world, patients will take their drug indefinitely to treat an ailment.  What Elmiron drug makers don’t want is a cure. And they don’t want the public to know about adverse side effects, such as vision loss. What is Elmiron? According to the Elmiron website publis...
  • Settlement Approved in Countrywide Identity Theft Suit
    Aug-28-10 Louisville, KY A settlement in a suit concerning identity theft between Countrywide Financial Corp. and 17 million of its customers received final approval from a federal judge. The 17 million people included anyone who obtained a mortgage from Countrywide or had the company service a mortgage before July 1, 2008, according to the Associated Press...
  • Pfizer Pulls Blood Pressure Drug Thelin over Liver Damage
    Toronto, ONT: Pfizer has announced that it is withdrawing its blood pressure medicine Thelin from the market in Canada and stopping all clinical trials because the drug can cause fatal liver damage. Thelin is sold in the Australia, Canada and the European Union as an oral treatment for severe pulmonary arterial hypertension. Pfizer has said...
  • Inferior Vena Cava (IVC) Filter Lawsuit News & Legal Information
    Patients implanted with Inferior Vena Cava (IVC) blood clot filters have suffered severe complications when the devices broke or fractured inside their body, allegedly due to a design flaw and/or the filters being implanted for too long. The majority of IVC filter lawsuits have been filed against manufacturers C.R. Bard and Cook Medical, alleging punctured v...
  • Paragard IUD Lawsuit News and Legal Information
    Paragard IUD lawsuits are now in the early stages of multidistrict litigation (MDL) consolidation in Philadelphia and more lawsuits are under investigation. Melissa Arias’s story about her experience with her Paragard T 380A is sadly commonplace. A young woman, she wanted a reversible form of contraception so that she could have children later...
  • HIV Drug Abacavir May Increase Risk for Cardiac Events
    Health Canada Issues Safety Information Health Canada in conjunction with GlaxoSmithKline warns that HIV-infected patients who are taking abacavir-containing products ZIAGEN, KIVEXA and TRIZIVIR may be at increased risk for myocardial infarction. GlaxoSmithKline has provided Health Canada with recent findings published in the April 26, 2008, issue...
  • Actos - Actos Bladder Cancer, Actos Lawsuit - LawyersAndSettlements.com
    Actos (pioglitazone hydrochloride) is a member of a class of drugs known as thiazolidinediones, which have been linked to bladder cancer, liver disease and cardiovascular issues. Actos side effects include increased risk of congestive heart failure (CHF), increased risk of rare but serious liver problems, an increased risk of fractures, and an increased...
  • Hydraulic Fracturing, Fracking Contamination, Hydrofracking, EPA Hydraulic Fracking
    After recent EPA hydraulic fracking reports, hydraulic fracturing water contamination has given rise to fracking contamination lawsuits. Hydraulic fracturing contamination has possible cancer links: environmentalists and the public are concerned that fracking chemicals from hydrofracking can compromise the quality of drinking water from wells locat...
  • USSearch.com to pay $250,000 settlement in information lawsuit.
    New York, NY: (May-20-08) New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo's office brought charges against the online information company USSearch.com, alleging that it sold credit bureau data of US consumers. The suit, filed after a federal investigation, revealed that the company, which normally provides public information like court records, also illegally obt...
  • Aon Hewitt Named (again) in Double-Dealing Retirement Plan Lawsuit
    Jul-9-18 Charlotte, NC In April 2018, Benjamin Reetz filed a class action ERISA lawsuit on behalf of himself and other participants in the Lowe’s 401(k) Plan. The lawsuit claims that Aon Hewitt, the plan’s investment advisor, lined its pockets by recommending one of its own poorly performing investment funds. Lowe’s then fell down on the job by failing to c...
  • Surgical Mesh Complications Lawsuit News & Legal Information
    Surgical mesh is a medical device designed to provide support for tissue and organs that have been weakened or damaged. Among the main types of surgical mesh that are used in different surgeries is abdominal mesh , which is used to repair the abdomen following a hernia. Surgical mesh lawsuits have been filed alleging the various meshes do not work as th...
  • MDL Plaintiffs Increasing in Alleged Viagra Melanoma Connection Lawsuit
    Jun-1-17 Birmingham, AL The number of men alleging they developed melanoma after taking Viagra is on the increase. A total of 428 men are now plaintiffs in a MDL consolidated in Viagra (Sildenafil Citrate) Product Liability Litigation suit (3:16-md-02691) in U.S. District Court for the Californian Northern District. “That’s the total number a...
  • California Woman Slams J&J, Ethicon with 7-Count Physiomesh Lawsuit
    Feb-15-18 Los Angeles, CA: The Johnson & Johnson Ethicon surgical mesh lawsuits just keep on coming. On January 19, 2018, Sharon Smith filed a new Hernia Mesh lawsuit in the US District Court for the Central District of California. In 2012, her surgeon repaired her hernia with an Ethicon Physiomesh Flexible Composite Mesh implant; it didn't heal well...
  • Health Insurance Fraud Lawsuit News and Legal Information
    A doctor charges $200 for an office visit, but only $80 is covered by the insurer leaving the patient to pay the difference. Investigators allege that health insurance companies are forcing patients to pay more than they should when using doctors and hospitals outside their insurer's networks. Investigators claim an industrywide scheme is deceiving an...
  • Ohio overtime | Ohio employment law | Lawyersandsettlements.com
    Ohio Employment Law Ohio labor and employment law lawsuits allege violations of Ohio labor laws including wage and hour violations. The rights of employees in Ohio are protected by a number of laws including prevailing wage laws and minimum wage laws, the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA). Possible violatio...
  • Multaq-Associated Cardiovascular Events Stops Clinical Trial Early
    New York, NY: The FDA has notified healthcare professionals that it is reviewing data from a clinical trial that evaluated the effects of the antiarrhythmic drug Multaq , (dronedarone) in patients with permanent atrial fibrillation. The Permanent Atrial fibriLLAtion Outcome Study Using Dronedarone on Top of Standard Therapy (PALLAS) study was stop...
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