The first win for plaintiffs in the Xarelto bleeding litigation has been secured with a $28 million verdict, in a lawsuit filed by a woman who claims the blood-thinning drug caused her to experience severe gastrointestinal bleeding.
Osteoarthritis drug Limbrel linked to liver damage, hypersensitivity pneumonitis side effects. On December 5, 2017, the FDA issued a Drug Safety Alert urging the manufacturers of Limbrel to recall it after an investigation determined it to be an “unapproved new drug.”
Food poisoning lawyers filing lawsuits for people who suffered infections from contaminated flour. While not a common source of foodborne illness, flour has been linked to at least 2 major outbreaks of E. coli in recent years.
Class action lawyers now filing lawsuits for people who were injured by Tasigna, a chemotherapy drug that has been linked to atherosclerosis, peripheral artery disease (PAD) and other serious side effects.
Chemotherapy drug Tasigna (nilotinib) linked to serious side effects including coronary artery disease (CAD), atherosclerosis, hardening/narrowing of the arteries, restricted blood flow, heart failure, limb amputations, death.
Our lawyers are filing lawsuits for individuals and winery owners who suffered losses in the 2017 Napa fires. Plaintiffs are blaming PG&E for negligence in “paving the way for the most destructive wildfires in California’s history."
Our lawyers are filing lawsuits for people who were injured by NutriBullet, a high-speed blender that has been reported to explode during use. At least 2 dozen people have filed suit against the makers of NutriBullet, alleging the appliance caused...
Our lawyers are filing lawsuits for people who were injured by the Elite Bistro pressure cooker, an appliance designed nearly identical to cookers that have exploded during use, causing severe burn and scald injuries to people nearby.
2 types of popular fidget spinners sold at Target stores and online have been found to contain way more lead than legally allowable, according to a new study commissioned by the U.S. Public Interest Research Group (U.S. PIRG) Education Fund.