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Can a chemical in Roundup weed killer cause cancer? Man plans to sue after diagnosis WXYZ (WXYZ) — In September 2017, Phil Corsi went to the doctor complaining about pain after eating. He got a diagnosis he never expected.“I had a large lymphoma that had become cancerous,” said Phil Corsi. His days became filled… Read More »

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$120 Million Transvaginal Mesh Verdict

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  $120 Million Mesh Verdict $120 Million was awarded to a transvaginal mesh plaintiff on April 24, 2019. The jury found that Ethicon, the Johnson and Johnson subsidiary, negligently designed the pelvic mesh implant forcing Susan McFarland to suffer with incontinence and chronic pain that prevented her from having sex with her husband for over… Read More »

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Houston Man Alleges Infection, Maggots Caused by Defective, Unsterile Medical Device

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A Houston man recently filed suit against his doctors and a medical device company after a routine surgery left him with an infected wound, full of maggots, allegedly caused by the faulty use of a defective medical device during his surgery.  Continue reading for details about the case, and contact a dedicated and qualified… Read More »

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Thousands of Victims of IVC Filter Injuries File Lawsuits against Manufacturers

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Countless people across the United States have suffered serious injuries caused by inferior vena cava (IVC) filters. Thousands of these injured victims have filed lawsuits against the manufacturers of their filters, and several of these lawsuits have now gone to trial. For more information regarding IVC filters and legal information, contact an IVC injury lawyer… Read More »

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Hernia Surgery Complications

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Hernia surgery complications have been reported to the FDA associated with recalled mesh products. Pain, infection, recurrence, adhesion, obstruction, and perforation are the most common complications associated with recalled mesh. In the FDA’s analysis of medical adverse event reports to the FDA, recalled mesh products were the main cause of bowel perforation and obstruction… Read More »

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Cancer Verdict Upheld

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Roundup, Ranger Pro Weed Killer $289 Million Verdict Judge upholds verdict that found Monsanto’s weed killer caused worker’s cancer The Judge upheld the jury’s finding that Roundup and Ranger Pro weed killer caused a groundskeeper’s lymphoma cancer. Monsanto appealed the $289 million verdict and the judge reduced the award to $78 million, but allowed… Read More »

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Knee Lawsuit

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KNEE REPLACEMENT LAWSUITS Lawsuits allege the DePuy Synthes Attune Knee System is defective as adverse reports claim the tibial plate loosens causing extreme pain and suffering. Often the patient must undergo a revision surgery to replace all or portions of the original knee replacement. The FDA approved the Attune Knee System in 2013 with over… Read More »

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Abilify settlement

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Abilify Lawsuit Update Abilify Trials Settled at Mediation Abilify lawsuits allege the anti-psychotic medication is linked to compulsive gambling and other addictive behaviors and the drug companies failed to warn them about these “uncontrollable compulsive behaviors.” In fact, the drug labels in Europe and Canada warn of the pathological gambling risk, but failed to place… Read More »

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Xarelto Update

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$28 Million Verdict in Xarelto Case $28 Million in damages was awarded to a woman hospitalized after taking the blood thinner drug Xarelto. A Philadelphia jury ordered J&J and Bayer, which jointly developed the product, to pay $1.8 million in actual damages and $26 million in punitive damages. Plaintiff Lynn Hartman took Xarelto for over a… Read More »

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NCAA settles CTE lawsuit in Texas

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The NCAA settled a lawsuit with the family of a former University of Texas football player that accused the organization of being responsible for his brain injuries and death decades after his playing career. Greg Ploetz died in 2015 and Boston University researchers concluded he had extensive brain damage known as chronic traumatic encephalopathy… Read More »

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