Zantac Cancer Lawsuit Update May 2023 Update:WE ARE NO LONGER TAKING ON ZANTAC CASES UPDATED 10-25-2021 Generic Only Use cases are out of the MDL. Studies show the following cancers to have the best causation to brand name Zantac use: Bladder Cancer Liver Cancer Stomach Cancer Pancreatic Lung and Colorectal cancers also show strong causation to Zantac use. Prostate and Breast Cancer, while weaker, also show causation to brand name Zantac use. Zantac cancer litigation is moving fast on several … Read more
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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
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Causation in this mass tort appears to be strong with a signature injury. 250,000 Allergan units were sold Millions of Americans have breast implants. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, 313,735 breast augmentation cosmetic procedures were performed in 2018 in the U.S., and 101,675 breast reconstruction procedures were completed. Women may undergo breast augmentation surgery to achieve an aesthetic result that they want or get breast implants during a reconstruction process following mastectomies. Unfortunately, some types of implants … Read more
Juul vaping lawsuits. E-cigarettes have been marketed as a safer alternative for smokers than cigarettes. However, some of these products have been marketed to teens with their designs, packaging, and flavor combinations. Juul, a brand that is owned by Phillip Morris subsidiary Altria, has been marketed in a way that has targeted teens, leading many to develop addictions to nicotine and smoking-related injuries. These products have also become a nuisance for school districts that must spend time policing teens for … Read more
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Essure Update October 2019 Do you have a case? Time is running out on these claims. We are investigating these to file on your behalf. The injuries found by this device are below. Chronic Pain Perforation Migration Allergic Reaction to Nickel Ectopic Pregnancies If these symptoms are happening to you, call us to review your file. We are looking into women who were implanted with the Essure device prior to 10-31-2016. Removal of the device or a hysterectomy. We also … Read more
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 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 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
Hernia Mesh Litigation Update 2021 Update- Time is of the essence to get your potential case reviewed. Our intake criteria is as follows: Use of a polypropylene mesh – either ventral or inguinal Explantation (removal) of the hernia mesh or a surgeon saying removal will cause more harm than good in your medical records In This Article: What is hernia mesh? Injuries caused by hernia surgical mesh Hernia mesh lawsuits and litigation Atrium C-Qur lawsuits Ethicon Physiomesh lawsuits Covidien Parietex … Read more
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
The Carolina Justice Report Podcast
The Carolina Justice Report is a podcast from The Lovely Law Firm, located in Myrtle Beach, SC. The podcast features information, interviews and commentary on personal injury law, criminal law and community safety topics. The Lovely Law Firm represents clients in Myrtle Beach and surrounding areas with criminal and personal injury cases.
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In today’s episode, we delve deep into the intricacies of workers’ comp, focusing primarily on South Carolina workers’ comp laws. We’ll answer the most frequently asked questions about workers compensation, offering valuable insights to both employers and employees in the Palmetto State.
- Understanding Workers’ Comp: We discuss the fundamental idea behind workers’ compensation and why it’s vital for both employees and employers.
- South Carolina Specifics: Not every state has the same rules. Learn about the unique aspects of South Carolina workers’ comp laws that you need to be aware of.
- Demystifying Myths: We debunk some of the most common misconceptions surrounding workers compensation in South Carolina.
- Claiming Compensation: A step-by-step guide on how to claim workers comp if you’re an employee in SC.
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