Belviq Weight Loss Cancer Lawsuits

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Belviq Weight Loss Cancer Lawsuits

Friday, February 28th, 2020

Belviq and Belviq XR cancer lawsuits Many people in South Carolina have been prescribed drugs for weight loss. In the past few years, two popular prescription drugs for weight loss included Belviq® and Belviq XR®. Unfortunately, post-clinical studies that were required by the federal Food and Drug Administration revealed that people taking these drugs have a significantly increased risk of cancer. If you have developed a cancerous condition after taking Belviq®, you may have legal rights to recover compensation from … Read more

Zantac Ranitidine Cancer Lawsuits

Friday, November 8th, 2019

Zantac Cancer Lawsuit Update Zantac cancer litigation is moving fast on several fronts.  There are state actions as well as the Federal MDL in Florida.  A trial should occur in 2022.  If your cancer is terminal, you may benefit by filing your case in California State Court.  There are advantages in CA State court with CA’s prefernce rules. Zantac or Ranitidine is used by millions of Americans who suffer from heart burn and take medications to reduce the production of … Read more

Ethicon Circular Stapler Lawsuit

Thursday, November 7th, 2019

Ethicon Circular Stapler Lawsuits may potentially be filed by thousands of people who have undergone surgeries in the past year who are at risk of suffering serious injuries because of malformed staples. Johnson & Johnson was forced to recall thousands of its Ethicon circular staplers this year because of misfirings and malformations of staples that resulted in several deaths and injuries. People who learn that they have been injured because of this defective medical device may be entitled to recover … Read more

Airplane Crash Lawsuits

Tuesday, November 5th, 2019

Airplane Crash Lawsuits are more common than you think. Many people have fears of dying or being injured in plane crashes. Some people visualize aviation accidents as something to fear when they take commercial flights. However, commercial aviation accidents are relatively rare. According to preliminary statistics for 2017, which is the most recent year for which data is available, the National Transportation Safety Board reports that scheduled commercial flights had an accident rate of 0.16 per 100,000 air miles traveled … Read more

November Firm Newsletter

Monday, November 4th, 2019

Click the link below to download a PDF version of our November Carolina Justice Report. In this issue- NY Child Victim’s Act 10 Years of The Lovely Law Firm Last Month’s Community Service Project

SEC Whistleblower Cases

Friday, November 1st, 2019

The Securities and Exchange Commission has a whistleblower program through which people who have inside information about potential violations of the SEC’s regulations or any securities fraud can anonymously submit reports. This program contains substantial protections for the whistleblowers who report securities fraud and violations. Individuals who come forward to participate in this program might include anyone within a company that has information that is not publicly available about the actions of the company as well as people who have … Read more

Takata Defective Airbag Injury Claims

Thursday, October 31st, 2019

Takata Airbag Claims. Millions of Americans drive cars that contain defective airbags made by Takata. These airbags can malfunction and cause serious injuries or deaths to the occupants of the vehicles. The Los Angeles Times reports that 24 people around the world have been killed by these airbags, and hundreds have suffered serious injuries. Because of the dangers and risks, the airbags were recalled. The recall affected an estimated 41.6 million vehicles in the U.S. from a broad variety of … Read more

Exploding Lithium Batteries in E-Cigs and Cell Phones

Wednesday, October 30th, 2019

Lithium-ion batteries are popular because they are rechargeable and last for a long time. They are used in smartphones, e-cigarettes, notebooks, and other electronic devices. Consumer demand for small devices led to a need for smaller cells. This has created problems because of the susceptibility of lithium-ion cells to violently explode. Public knowledge of the explosion risks became more widespread following Samsung’s recall of some of its Galaxy 7 smartphones in 2016 after multiple explosions were reported. In the past … Read more

Incretin Mimetics Lawsuits

Tuesday, October 29th, 2019

Incretin mimetics lawsuits are being investigated by law firms across the United States. People naturally produce a hormone called incretin that tells the body when to release insulin. Insulin is a substance that lowers the level of sugar in the blood after you eat. People who have type 2 diabetes may be prescribed medications to help their bodies to produce sufficient amounts of insulin or that mimic the body’s natural incretins to lower blood sugar levels. One class of drugs … Read more

Zinbryta Lawsuits

Monday, October 28th, 2019

Zinbryta is an MS drug causing terrible health problems. People in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina who suffer from relapsing multiple sclerosis may have been prescribed Zinbryta, which is an oral medication that was approved to treat the disorder in 2016 by the federal Food and Drug Administration. MS is an autoimmune disorder that interrupts some of the neural connections between the body and brain. The drug’s manufacturers are AbbVie and Biogen. These companies have withdrawn Zinbryta from international markets because … Read more

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