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How to Think Like a Plaintiff in a Unum Lawsuit
How to Think Like a Plaintiff in a Unum Lawsuit Richmond, VA Kimberly Stoddard had been receiving long term disability payments under her Unum disability insurance policy for more than ten years, so it was a shock when the plan reconsidered and stopped paying her [READ MORE]

More Johnson & Johnson Talcum Powder Lawsuits Transferred to New Jersey MDL
More Johnson & Johnson Talcum Powder Lawsuits Transferred to New Jersey MDL Washington, DC:Four federal talcum powder cancer lawsuits from two states claiming that Johnson & Johnson's talcum products caused ovarian cancer have been transferred to a multidistrict litigation in New Jersey [READ MORE]

Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuit Tossed on Appeal
Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuit Tossed on Appeal Richmond, VA: A transvaginal mesh lawsuit against mesh manufacturer Boston Scientific has been dismissed by an appellate panel, agreeing with a lower court’s ruling that plaintiff Martha Carlson could not adequately prove that Boston Scientific Corp. (Boston Scientific) failed to warn about the potential risks associated with their TVM product. The Fourth Circuit also concluded that Carlson did not adequately prove that she and her doctor didn’t know about the potential risks [READ MORE]


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