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  • More GranuFlo Lawsuits Added to Multidistrict Litigation
    Mar-31-14 Boston, MA The number of plaintiffs filing a Granuflo lawsuit continues to grow, as does the number of plaintiffs added to the multidistrict litigation set up in response to the lawsuits. Lawsuits against Fresenius Medical Care Holdings and other defendants were filed after a recall of GranuFlo and NaturaLyte was announced on March 29, 2012. Natura...
  • ShapeMatch Cutting Guide Lawsuit(s) a Non-Issue in Stryker’s Q4
    Mar-30-14 Kalamazoo, MI When Stryker did an about-face on its troubled ShapeMatch Cutting Guide in November 2012 after only 18 months, the medical device company said at the time that patients who had undergone knee replacement utilizing the recalled guides would not require follow-up “beyond the routine standard of care.” However, plaintiffs having file...
  • GM Under Investigation for Airbag Issues
    Mar-14-14 Warren, MI When it comes to vehicle manufacturers touting the importance of safety features such as airbags, it makes sense to assume that issues such as an airbag failure would get the manufacturer’s attention, especially when that failure can result in airbag injuries. But General Motors is reportedly under investigation for issues related to c...
  • Disability Claimants: Unum May Be Watching, Listening or Hacking
    Mar-7-14 Houston, TX It is common knowledge that Unum, or Unum Provident is known for its bad faith tactics. Lesser known is that some policyholders, including an attorney who was denied Unum disability benefits, have accused the giant Insurance Company of Invasion of Privacy. If you are getting Unum disability benefits, be careful who you talk to and what you...
  • Stryker ShapeMatch Cutting Guide System Lasted Just 18 Months
    Feb-26-14 Washington, DC The push in recent years toward innovation in surgical techniques that result in increasingly smaller incisions and faster closures of those incisions are thought to increase benefit to the patient by way of fewer complications and faster healing. However, for some patients, the opposite is true, and the recall of the Stryker ShapeMatch Cutt...
  • Nexium Fracture Claim Accepted by Attorney
    Feb-17-14 Crystal River, FL “When the LawyersandSettlements attorney accepted my case, I found out that they have an entire Nexium division to handle so many claims,” says Julieann. “I shouldn’t be surprised at the number of lawsuits because I too suffered a Nexium fracture!” Even though you read about a drug’s side effects...
  • Stryker ShapeMatch Cutting Guide Recalled Due to Misalignment Concerns
    Feb-15-14 Mahway, NJ When patients anticipate hip and knee replacement failures , they generally think the problem will be with the implant itself. Many people do not consider that there might be an issue with the technology that is supposed to make the implant surgeries easier. But concerns about the Stryker ShapeMatch Cutting Guide suggest that while there can...
  • Second Knee Revision Surgery with Stryker
    Feb-3-14 Wilmington, NC Frances knew that many people are suffering with defective Stryker knee replacements but she thought “It would never happen to me.” The past few years have been a challenge, to say the least. She is still reeling from the ramifications of her knee implant failure, including two revision surgeries. Frances is still on activ...
  • Texas Plaintiff Sues Over Airbag Injuries, Other Claims
    Dec-3-13 Marshall, TX Airbags were originally envisioned and designed to prevent injuries. So it’s somewhat galling when airbag injuries are caused when the devices either deploy when they shouldn’t, fail to deploy when they should or deploy improperly. This problem is compounded given that most cars, including subcompacts, have as many as 10 airbag...
  • Robotic Surgery: Lots of Hype, but Where’s the Proof of Efficacy?
    Oct-20-13 Bermuda Dunes, CA When Teresa Hershey of California talked to her doctor about a proposed hysterectomy, the potential for having the surgery undertaken with the aid of a DaVinci surgical robot sounded like a good idea at the time. “It sounded good,” she told Bloomberg News (10/8/13). “[My doctor] sold me on it.” The 41-year-old re...
  • Shimano Disc Brake Calipers Recalled in US and Canada
    Sep-27-13 Washington, DC Consumers in the US and Canada are being advised by Shimano, the US Consumer Product Safety Board and Health Canada to immediately stop using bicycles with recalled Shimano brakes. Shimano has recalled the defective calipers due to reports that the disc brakes can fail, posing a collision hazard. The recall involves roughly 6,...
  • Defective Airbag Lawsuit Filed After Fatal Crash
    Sep-16-13 Point Pleasant, WV An airbag failure can put the lives of vehicle drivers and passengers at risk, even though airbags are regarded as life-saving devices. The problem is that defective airbags may not deploy in an accident, or may deploy unnecessarily, potentially causing serious and even fatal airbag injuries. Recalls and lawsuits have been announced...
  • GranuFlo Recall: When Safety Slips through the Cracks
    Sep-3-13 Washington, DC If 2012 was a watershed year with regard to the GranuFlo recall and concern over the actions (or lack thereof) of Fresenius Medical Care, then the month of March has proven to be a watershed month spanning two years, 2012 and 2013. It was in March 2012 when the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) first became aware of issues involvi...
  • Zimmer Knee Replacement Lawsuits Continue to Mount
    Jun-9-13 Pittsburgh, PA There is little doubt that Zimmer Knee Replacement has proven to be a scourge for a growing number of middle-aged and senior Americans not content with living out their later years in a sedentary lifestyle. To wit, they undertake, in concert with their surgeons, the adoption of artificial knees and hips with an expectation of about 15 ye...
  • Massive Hip & Knee Failure Rates, First Trial Underway in California
    Feb-24-13 Los Angeles, CA The perception that all-metal implants would be an improvement over plastic artificial hips and knees appears to have proven just that. Reality has not mirrored perception, with metal-on-metal devices not only failing to last beyond the 15-year life expectancy of more traditional implants, but actually failing in a matter of months. Hip a...
  • Airbag MailBag: Airbag Injuries, Airbag Lawsuits
    Jan-13-13 Detroit, MI One would assume that when one drives a Bentley, everything would work, and especially safety features such as airbags. But apparently not, according to the story of a Russian widow who is suing the luxury carmaker in an airbag lawsuit alleging the failure of side curtain airbags caused the death of her husband. Bentley is owned by Volks...
  • California Insurance Lawsuits
    Nov-12-12 Los Angeles, CA Individuals who have had their insurance claim denied should consider contacting an insurance lawyer to help them either file a lawsuit or file an appeal against the insurance company. Whether a lawsuit or appeal is filed, insurance claim help from an attorney can make the process smoother for the claimant, and may make a huge differenc...
  • Transvaginal Mesh “Flawed on Every Level”
    Oct-22-12 Fort Lauderdale, FL Lana Keeton is not suffering in silence. She was implanted with transvaginal mesh in 2001, a procedure that went horribly wrong and almost killed her. Since that time, Lana has been a patient advocate and instrumental in getting the FDA warnings on synthetic surgical mesh issued in 2008 and 2011. Lana has also appeared as a speaker...
  • NHTSA Expands Airbag Injuries Probe
    Oct-6-12 Washington, DC Following reports of a serious airbag injury to the occupant of a vehicle, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) announced it was launching an investigation into the vehicle model involved in the incident. This is not the first time an airbag failure has been linked to injuries; recalls have been announced in other s...
  • Tylenol Lawsuits Go Beyond the Actual Medication
    Aug-25-12 Newark, NJ Tylenol patients who sue Tylenol manufacturer McNeil Consumer Healthcare and its parent, Johnson & Johnson (J&J), for adverse reactions such as alleged liver damage aren't the only litigants launching a Tylenol lawsuit : investors also have their legal beefs with J&J with regard to the company's corporate oversight of good manufac...
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