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IVC Filter Injuries

Monday, April 30th, 2018

IVC Filter Can an IVC Filter Hurt Me? IVC filters are designed to prevent life threatening pulmonary embolisms by removing clots from the blood supply. The devices have proven successful – at least on a temporary basis – for some people who are at risk of blood clots. Unfortunately, IVC filters also are causing a variety of serious health problems, some of which are fatal. The companies that make IVC filters have failed to warn patients about these problems, and, … Read more

Roundup Glysophate Injury Claims

Friday, April 20th, 2018

Roundup Lawsuits   Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma caused by herbicides? Researchers representing the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) issued a definitive conclusion in July 2015 when they reported that glyphosate most likely causes cancer in humans. The research agency is a branch of the World Health Organization (WHO). Glyphosate is the active chemical found in Roundup, an herbicide developed by Monsanto Company for the purpose of killing weeds. The research team concluded that the herbicide is defined as a Group … Read more

Invokana Injury Lawyer

Thursday, April 19th, 2018

Invokana Litigation A prescription drug that is used to treat adults who have type 2 diabetes, Invokana is the subject of widespread litigation. This medication works to reduce blood glucose levels. However, studies have shown that people who take Invokana or another branded medication that contains the same active ingredient, canagliflozin, have increased risks of needing amputations below the knee. A black box warning was recently issued by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration that this drug is associated with … Read more

IVC Filter Lawsuits

Thursday, April 19th, 2018

IVC Filter Lawsuits IVC Filter lawsuits are being filed everyday and the MDL docket continues to grow. When you are subjected to a medical treatment that causes you harm, it’s tragic. When the company selling the treatment knows it is likely to cause harm and doesn’t warn you, it’s negligence. Sometimes, it is gross negligence or even a criminal act. The makers of inferior vena cava (IVC) filters did not do adequate testing on the devices and did not warn … Read more

Hernia Mesh Lawsuits

Thursday, April 19th, 2018

Hernia Mesh Litigation A very common medical problem, a hernia occurs when an organ protrudes out through a tear in the lining that surrounds it. Hernias commonly happen in the abdominal and groin areas with the intestines protruding out through damaged areas of the muscle that surrounds them. In up to 10 percent of people who have a colostomy, a parastomal hernia will develop. In order to relieve the abdominal pain and discomfort that can be caused by hernias, people … Read more

Proton Pump Inhibitor Litigation

Wednesday, April 18th, 2018

Proton Pump Inhibitor Litigation If you have used Prilosec, Nexium or other proton pump inhibitors and experienced kidney disease or other serious side effects, you could be entitled to compensation to cover your losses. Kidney disease and the other side effects related to these drugs can lower your quality of life and cause costly medical bills. Managing the fallout on your own won’t be easy, and some people go broke and lose everything in the process. The good news, though, … Read more

Talc Asbestos Mesothelioma Litigation

Wednesday, April 18th, 2018

Talc contains asbestos Talc Asbestos Mesothelioma Litigation An aggressive disease, mesothelioma is a deadly form of cancer that attacks the mesothelial lining that surrounds the lungs, abdomen and heart. This form of cancer develops from asbestos exposure. Asbestos is a mineral substance that has been widely used in industry and construction because of its strength and resistance to fire. A majority of people who have contracted this disease were exposed at work in such industries as manufacturing, construction, shipyards, plumbing … Read more

Taxotere Alopecia

Monday, April 16th, 2018

Taxotere Alopecia Taxotere Alopecia : A friend recently told me losing her hair during chemotherapy was “a rite of passage.” She says she didn’t mind being temporarily bald because, when her hair came back, it was symbolic of her victory over the disease. For a lot of cancer patients – especially women who are treated for breast cancer – the hair loss is not temporary. The chemotherapy drug Taxotere, for example, causes permanent alopecia. For almost two decades, patients were … Read more

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