Lawsuits

Physiomesh Lawsuit

Johnson and Johnson Ethicon Physiomesh Lawsuit

In May 2016 Ethicon Inc., a Johnson & Johnson subsidiary, announced a voluntary withdrawal of its Physiomesh Composite Mesh. The withdrawal was issued after the Physiomesh patch was found to have higher than average revision rates.

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Construction Fall And Scaffolding Accidents

The principal cause of deaths in the construction industry in the United States is falling. This is a category which includes scaffolding accidents. A fall or a scaffolding accident should not be a constant fear for every construction worker. Hazardous scaffolding is a primary cause for lawsuits by construction workers and their families, who are […]

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Crane Accidents

The annual number of construction workers that are reportedly injured during a crane collapse on their site is astounding. Whether it is due to a mechanical failure, or a poorly trained operator behind the controls, anyone near the area is at risk of becoming a potential victim. There are many variables involved in the cause […]

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Fatal Construction Accidents

Although there is a healthy demand for construction workers, construction accident death tolls are rapidly rising. According to the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OHSA), there are approximately 100 construction worker deaths reported each year. Roughly 18.5 percent of work-related deaths occur in the construction industry. California was not excluded from these findings as reports showed […]

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Electrical Accidents and Burn Injuries

The injuries sustained in a burn, or an electrical accident is among some of the most painful injuries. Even though some of the burn and electrical injuries can be non-life threatening, depending on the severity of the burn, rehabilitation can take a long time. Some accidents can leave permanent injuries, and some may even be […]

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Construction Accidents

Do not be misguided, worker’s compensation is not your only avenue for recovery after a work-site injury. We focus our practice on navigating the civil legal system to maximize your monetary recovery, in addition to your separate worker’s compensation claim. You need someone on your side that will fight for you to make sure that […]

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Invokana Ketoacidosis

Invokana Kidney and Renal Failure

Johnson and Johnson’s illustrious type 2 diabetic drug Invokana has recently been linked the fatal side effects of kidney failure and renal impairment. Lawsuits are being filed claiming that the Invokana manufacturer failed to warn the public and the medical community of the increased risk of kidney failure. Our highly qualified lawyers are accepting Invokana induced […]

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Invokana Ketoacidosis

Sources suggest that Invokana may spark threatening levels of blood acids and increase the risk of urinary tract infections. Our highly experienced lawyers are accepting and investigating cases to assist individuals who sustained an Invokana induced ketoacidosis injury.

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TVM Revision Surgery

Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuit

Thousands of women throughout the United States have endured dire complications and injuries originating from Transvaginal Mesh.

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Nexium heartburn side effect kidney disease

Heartburn Medicine Linked to Kidney Disease

Our lawyers are currently investigating claims of heartburn medications linked to kidney disease on the account of Proton Pump Inhibitors users to regulate the need for a class action lawsuit.

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Abilify Gambling Lawsuit

One of the top-selling antipsychotic drug In the United States, Abilify has recently been linked to the loss of impulse control and compulsive gambling.

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Taxotere Hair Loss Lawsuit

Taxotere Hair Loss Lawsuit

The Taxotere lawsuit states that Sanofi Aventis’ failure to appropriately warn patients of the risks associated with Taxotere robbed them of the option to choose or be treated with other chemotherapy drugs such as Taxol which is reportedly just as effective without the risk of alopecia.

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