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  • Mother and Nurses Blame Catheter for Baby’s Death
    Aug-3-17 Worcester, MA “The nurses in the hospital explained to me that baby Amber’s infection was due to the catheter . And my daughter’s autopsy states that infection was the cause of death,” says Tara. Amber was born prematurely and although she was underweight, she was healthy. “Amber needed a feeding tube that went from her t...
  • Transvaginal Mesh Far from “Simple Procedure”
    Feb-25-14 Iowa City, IA After Harmony complained to her doctor about incontinence when she sneezed or coughed he advised that she have a simple procedure: a transvaginal mesh implant, commonly used to treat urinary incontinence or pelvic organ prolapse. Four years later this supposedly simple procedure snowballed: Harmony is now facing a hysterectomy. “Wh...
  • Could Statin Use Such As Crestor Indirectly Trigger Heart Attacks in Men?
    Feb-5-14 Washington, DC While statins have been shown to reduce the incidence of heart attack (and new treatment guidelines suggest there will be a lot more statins prescribed than previously), it remains that statins such as Crestor come with baggage: read, Crestor side effects such as the potential to trigger diabetes in some patients, and in rare cases, rhab...
  • Attorneys and Victims Undeterred by Recent Actos Verdict
    May-16-13 New York, NY The judge in the nation’s first Actos trial, which resulted in a $6.5 million verdict against the Actos manufacturer Takeda, has granted the company’s request to nullify the verdict. But Actos attorneys and Actos bladder cancer victims remain optimistic - because the jury first found for the plaintiff, they believe it paved the...
  • $9.75M Settlement Reached in Domino's Pizza Franchise Robo-Calls Class Action Lawsuit
    Baton Rouge, LA: A $9.75 million settlement has been reached in a robo-calls class action lawsuit against Defendant RPM Pizza, LLC ("RPM"), a Domino's Pizza franchised operator. The lawsuit claims that the Defendants violated federal law by sending pre-recorded messages ("robo-calls") about pizza and other food products to consumers in Louisiana,...
  • Will Widened Michael Foods Egg Recall Result in Foodborne Illness?
    Mar-11-12 Wakefield, NE Food recalls, undertaken in an effort to avoid cases of Foodborne Illness , can appear to take on a life of their own after the domino effect of a recall takes hold. Case in point is the recent recall of more than a million hard-cooked eggs by Michael Foods. The initial recall, in an effort to avoid any potential for Food Poisoning, was i...
  • Not-So-Happy Holidays with California Securities Fraud
    Dec-28-11 Orange County, CA There's nothing like a good securities fraud story at the end of the year to bring perspective to the task of wrapping everything up for the upcoming tax season. As much as we may lament the performance of our stocks and securities, at the end of the day, few of us find ourselves in the crosshairs of stock investment fraud . But some d...
  • Transvaginal Mesh Nightmare—from Sexual to Financial Problems
    Aug-8-11 Warrenton, VA After having two children, Kathy, age 45, had incontinence issues so her doctor said the solution was to have a transvaginal mesh sling procedure . Unfortunately, Kathy trusted her doctor, just as doctors trust the makers of transvaginal mesh to treat Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI) and Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP). "My doctor explained...
  • (Unfair Business Practice) of the Rich and Famous
    Feb-20-09 Las Vegas, NV Sometimes it's the supplier under contract to keep your office stocked with paper failing to deliver, and leaving a long lineup at the photocopier without paper. And sometimes it's the developer of a luxury condo complex with a long lineup of disgruntled investors, some of them rich and famous, without condos. The inability to live up to a co...
  • Market Crisis: All Eyes on AIG
    Sep-16-08 New York, NY The worst crisis to hit the financial markets since 9/11 could potentially spiral even deeper with the threat to American International Group Inc. (AIG), the insurance giant that was downgraded yesterday. All eyes are now on AIG , to see if Monday's shock that saw the bankruptcy of the 135-year-old Lehman Brothers Bank, and the sale of ve...
  • Sallie Mae 401(k): Their Stock Dropped, and Yours May Have, Too...
    Feb-12-08 Reston, VA A move by Sallie Mae (SLM Corporation) to cut back on its core business has resulted in the corporation taking a stock hit. After the move was announced January 3, SLM Corporation stock dropped a sizeable $2.49 per share, closing at $16.67 per share. This announcement, together with the resulting drop in share price, may have negatively impac...
  • Truck Accidents: It's Bound to Get Worse
    Jun-12-07 Lake Station, IN The dump truck crested the hill travelling way too fast. Yes, it's a truck accident. And the truck, too big and too fast, could not avoid colliding with the line of cars stopped along the interstate at the behest of a road crew. The Lincoln at the end of the line took the brunt of the damage, and drove it into the car in front carrying...



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