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What Are the Benefits of Hiring a Mass Tort Lawyer
There are many benefits of hiring a mass tort lawyer. Yet, one of the greatest benefits is peace of mind. Mass torts come with many obligations that most people can’t manage on their own, from filing the lawsuit to arguing in court. A lawyer with experience in mass tort cases can take care of the… View Article
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What Are Three Types of Damages Awarded in a Mass Tort Case
The three types of damages awarded in mass torts cases are nominal damages, compensatory damages, and punitive damages. While each of these damages is possible in a mass tort case, they are not all awarded in every situation. The types of damages you receive in a personal injury mass tort case will depend on whether… View Article

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Hernia Mesh
Can I Sue for Hernia Mesh
If you experienced pain or injury due to hernia mesh complications, you could sue the manufacturer of a defective mesh product. Hernia mesh is notorious for causing health issues that require additional surgery and long-term health care. A hernia mesh attorney who handles class action lawsuits can help you understand your legal right to recovery…. View Article
How Much Do Elmiron Lawsuits Cost
ELMIRON®, or pentosan polysulfate sodium, is a prescription drug used to treat interstitial cystitis (IC), a painful bladder condition that affects millions of people across the U.S. Physicians have prescribed Elmiron for bladder pain since the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the drug in 1996. In 2018, studies revealed that extended pentosan polysulfate sodium… View Article
Is Firefighting Foam Toxic
Is Firefighting Foam Toxic
Firefighting foams are critical tools for fire departments, military installations, and private companies. While they provide effective fire suppression, some foams contain toxic and carcinogenic chemicals, harmful to those with prolonged exposure. What is Firefighting Foam Made Of? Firefighting foams come in a variety of formulations for use in certain applications. The most common firefighting… View Article
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Is the Hernia Mesh Lawsuit Still Going On
Yes, there are many ongoing hernia mesh lawsuits against mesh manufacturers and distributors. If you or a loved one have suffered complications due to faulty or defective hernia mesh, you may be eligible to file a personal injury claim or join an existing class action lawsuit or multidistrict litigation (MDL). A mass torts attorney can… View Article
Link Between Firefighting Foam (AFFF) and Cancer
The Link Between Firefighting Foam (AFFF) and Cancer
Since the 1960s, many organizations have applied firefighting foams to extinguish high-risk fires. When spread over a volatile fire, firefighting foam deprives the fire of oxygen and eliminates the threat, even when the fire is fueled by petroleum or oil. Because it is highly effective, firefighting foam is the preferred fire suppressant for military installations,… View Article
Hernia Mesh Lawsuits
What is the Average Payout for Hernia Mesh Lawsuits
Settlements and verdicts for hernia mesh lawsuits can range from a few thousand dollars to millions. The value of a hernia mesh claim varies widely based on the severity of your injuries, how much they’ve affected your life, and whether the manufacturer was aware of the dangers associated with their product. According to a review… View Article
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What is the Status of the Hernia Mesh Lawsuit
As of October 2022, there are three major hernia mesh cases in multi-district litigation (MDL) against Atrium Medical Corporation, C.R. Bard, and Ethicon. Two claims are in settlement negotiations, and one is conducting bellwether trials. However, thousands more hernia mesh lawsuits are being filed across the country. The results of these cases may affect the… View Article
CPAP Lawsuit
Who Qualifies to File a CPAP Lawsuit
If you or a loved one sustained an injury or became ill after using a Philips Respironics brand continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machine, you may be eligible to file a lawsuit against the device manufacturer. Consumers have alleged that the foam material in the construction of certain Philips CPAP, BiPAP, and ventilator devices may… View Article
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In the Latest Benzene Contamination Recall, Unilever Tells Stores to Pull Dry Shampoo
The manufacturer, Unilever, recently recalled a batch of dry shampoo products, including Dove and Suave. The company said that the propellant in the aerosol cans may be contaminated with benzene. The company told retailers to remove the products made before October 2021. (U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA)) Benzene is a known human carcinogen, according… View Article
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New Lawsuit Says L’Oréal Hair Straighteners Caused Uterine Cancer
Many hair straightening products contain hormone-disrupting chemicals that could cause uterine cancer, according to a new lawsuit. A Missouri woman, Jenny Mitchell, claims that prolonged use of L’Oréal and other hair straightening products led to her uterine cancer. She is seeking compensation for her cancer monitoring and other damages. Mitchell alleges that Black women are… View Article
Mass Tort Links Autism, ADHD to Acetaminophen
Newly Formed Mass Tort Links Autism, ADHD to Acetaminophen
The painkiller Tylenol and generic acetaminophen could be causing brain injuries (including autism and ADHD) to infants in utero, a newly-formed mass tort argues. The multidistrict litigation (MDL) brings together 18 lawsuits filed against retailers such as Walmart and Safeway, and dozens more lawsuits have since been added. Although acetaminophen has long been considered safe… View Article
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Social Media Youth Addiction Lawsuits Become Mass Tort in California
Plaintiffs across the country argue that children were harmed by the addictive design of social media platforms, and they’re working to hold social media companies responsible. In a recent order, the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation agreed to move those cases forward as a mass tort. These 80-plus lawsuits will be consolidated and proceed through… View Article
3M AFFF lawsuit
3M AFFF Lawsuit
The 3M AFFF lawsuit is a legal action filed against the manufacturer of aqueous film-forming foams (AFFF). This foam contains polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) and perfluoroalkyl substances (PFOS), which can cause serious health problems even years after exposure. If you worked with or were exposed to AFFF, you may now reasonably ask yourself, “Do I qualify… View Article
AFFF Settlements
AFFF Settlements: What Can Victims Expect
If you are one of the many people seeking AFFF settlements, you can expect: To have the right to seek an AFFF lawsuit payout from anyone who contributed to the toxic contamination that caused your pain and suffering To have the option of getting financial assistance so you can hire the lawyer you want and… View Article
Philips CPAP Recalls
Philips CPAP Recalls Breaking News Update
If you use a Philips Respironics machine, such as a CPAP machine, contact your doctor immediately. These devices have been recalled by the manufacturer because they may expose users to carcinogens and other dangerous substances. If your medical device malfunctioned and did you harm, you may be able to collect compensation from the device’s manufacturer…. View Article
Firefighter Foam
What Chemicals Are in Firefighter Foam?
At least some of the chemicals in firefighter foam are known toxins that have been linked to cancer in adults and developmental delays and other conditions in children. This type of toxic contamination has had a devastating effect on families across the United States. If you have been following the legal cases filed against foam… View Article
What Is Elmiron?
Elmiron is a drug used to treat certain bladder disorders. Unfortunately, the people who take it for that purpose—even if they take it correctly—are at an increased risk of developing problems with their eyes, including a condition called pigmentary maculopathy. If you or a loved one has developed eye and vision problems after taking Elmiron,… View Article
Surgical Staples
Are Surgical Staples Safe?
Surgical staples may not be as safe as many originally thought. Surgeons and other medical professionals use surgical staplers to apply staples inside the body during surgery. Medical professionals can also use these devices to staple outside the body, typically for large wounds on someone’s skin or scalp. While surgical staplers have benefits such as… View Article
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FDA Studies and Recalls Regarding Zantac
Zantac was a popular drug used to treat heartburn and other acid-related issues. Many people used the over-the-counter versions or received a prescription from their doctor. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requested that all forms of Zantac made with ranitidine be removed from store shelves because of the possibility of cancer-causing carcinogens. When… View Article
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What is the Average Payout for a Zantac Lawsuit?
There is no average payout for a Zantac lawsuit. That’s because these cases come with their own circumstances, and their financial awards reflect that. If you file a Zantac lawsuit and succeed, compensation could account for your medical bills, lost income, and other related costs. A Zantac lawsuit lawyer can assess your case and pursue… View Article
What Kind of Cancer Does Zantac Cause?
Zantac is a medication that aims to treat heartburn and acid reflux. Over the years, researchers have discovered that Zantac made with ranitidine has N-Nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA). NDMA is a known carcinogen that can cause cancer if consumers ingest enough of it over time. Because of the dangers of NDMA, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration… View Article
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Who Is Eligible to File a Surgical Staples Lawsuit?
Anyone who underwent a surgery where the medical team used surgical staples could potentially qualify for a lawsuit. There are several factors that determine if you qualify to file a surgical staples lawsuit. If so, you could recover financial compensation for any damages you incurred. An attorney from our network can review your case and… View Article
Zantac Lawsuit Settlement
Zantac Lawsuit – Settlements & Recalls – Cancer Injuries
Researchers have linked Zantac to several types of cancers. Thousands of people have filed Zantac lawsuits after regularly using the drug and subsequently developing cancer. These multi-district litigations and class action lawsuits are ongoing, and more are joining the fight for compensation. Pharmaceutical products have made a vastly positive impact on the quality of life… View Article
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What Qualifies You for the Zantac Lawsuit?
You may qualify for the Zantac lawsuit if: You took Zantac after purchasing it over the counter or getting a prescription. You or a loved one developed cancer as a result of using the drug. The Zantac lawsuit is a product liability case. Here, claimants don’t have to prove that the drug’s maker was negligent… View Article
Baby Formula Lawsuits
Bellwether Trial Selection to Proceed in NEC MDL
A multidistrict litigation (MDL) action in U.S. District Court – Northern District of Illinois is seeking to hold two manufacturers of tainted baby formula accountable for damages related to necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) in infants. As of September 2022, the court has started selecting cases for bellwether trials. These initial bellwether trials will give plaintiffs a… View Article
3M Seeks Bankruptcy Protections Amidst Combat Arms Case
Amid litigation against 3M for its defective Combat Arms earplugs, an Indianapolis bankruptcy court judge is considering whether 3M should receive bankruptcy protections. The U.S. District Court overseeing the multidistrict litigation (MDL), Judge M. Casey Rodgers, says she will not prevent the company from doing so. However, plaintiffs in the case have challenged the legitimacy… View Article
FDA Warns Amazon to Act on Dangerous Products
In an August 9 warning letter, the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) informed Amazon that it had violated the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FD&C Act) for selling non-FDA-approved drugs for interstate commerce. The FDA noted that Amazon, along with two other retailers, will need to respond within 15 days by showing a… View Article
Recalls Sleep Devices
Philips Recalls More Sleep Apnea Devices with Magnets
Philips Respironics issued a product recall in September 2022 that could affect more than 17 million masks used with CPAP and Bilevel PAP, BiPAP, or BPAP devices. The recall describes a problem with the magnets in the devices’ masks, which can interfere with the proper functioning of certain medical implants in the user’s body. These… View Article
Legal Action Is Possible for Asbestos
Asbestos exposure can lead to serious health problems like asbestosis, lung cancer, and mesothelioma. If you were exposed to asbestos and have now been diagnosed with one of these diseases, you have a right to seek compensation. An attorney from our network can help you negotiate a suitable settlement for your injuries and losses. Before… View Article
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$56 Million Settlement Reached in Massachusetts Veterans’ Home Case
Massachusetts recently agreed to pay a $56 million settlement to families and survivors following the negligent management of COVID-19 outbreaks at Holyoke Soldiers’ Home for veterans. The facility was deemed to have shown deliberate indifference during an early pandemic outbreak, including overcrowding facilities and co-mingling infected and uninfected residents. (The New York Times) Nursing homes… View Article
Opioid Lawsuits: Trial Begins as West VA Seeks to Hold Drug Makers
On April 4, 2002, the State of West Virginia began its trial against three major opioid manufacturers—Johnson & Johnson (J&J), Teva Pharmaceuticals, and AbbVie Inc.—over the drug-makers’ role in fueling the state’s opioid crisis.   In early 2022, 46 U.S. states settled with opioid drug-makers and wholesalers in a landmark $26 billion settlement, but West Virginia… View Article
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Dangerous Drug Lawsuits: Rise in Fast-Tracked Drugs
For decades, patients and pharmaceutical industry leaders have pushed for a more streamlined, faster approach to approving life-saving drugs. However, the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) is now taking a fast-track approach to approving far more than just life-saving medications.  Increasing numbers of patients could now face higher-than-acceptable risks—and financial losses as they pay… View Article
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What Is the Lawsuit Against Elmiron?
Do you use Elmiron to treat bladder issues? Have you experienced severe vision problems after using the drug? A lawyer from our network can help you or a loved one seek financial compensation. To learn more about open lawsuits against Elmiron, continue reading below. About Elmiron Elmiron – or its generic name, pentosan polysulfate sodium… View Article
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AFFF (Firefighting Foam) Lawsuit
For years, manufacturers and firefighting agencies have known about the risks associated with firefighting foam or AFFF. Although this substance works well to extinguish fires, there are also many risks associated with its use. Filing an AFFF lawsuit may be an effective way to fight back against the entities responsible for your pain and suffering. … View Article
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Healthcare Cybersecurity Breaches Doubled in 2020
Cybersecurity attacks are on the rise in the healthcare industry, leaving patients’ digital health records, credit card details, and identifying information vulnerable to exploitation by attackers. A recent report from data protection vendor, Bitglass, notes that the number of attacks in the industry doubled in 2020 compared to 2019’s numbers.  Recent settlements from liable technology… View Article
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Johnson & Johnson’s Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Ruled Legitimate
In a major moment for the talcum powder lawsuit case against Johnson & Johnson (J&J), a U.S. bankruptcy judge has called the company’s Chapter 11 filing legitimate. After J&J filed for bankruptcy in fall 2021 in the wake of multidistrict litigation (MDL) related to its baby powder products, plaintiffs in the case challenged the move,… View Article
copper toxicity lawsuit
What to Know About Copper Toxicity
To most people, copper is used to make pennies, pipes, or wiring in certain machines and electronics. But copper is also found in the human body, and we must have copper in the right amounts for our health.  When copper is ingested in excessive amounts, it can cause minor to severe health issues. This guide… View Article
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What Is the Lawsuit Against Truvada?
If you or someone you love is at risk of HIV, you may have taken Truvada. Manufactured by Gilead Sciences, this drug was billed as an easy way to live your life without the risk of HIV. By taking just one pill each day, users were led to believe they were protected from HIV.  However,… View Article
philips cpap lawsuit
Philips Recalls Millions of CPAP Ventilator Machines
If you or someone you love uses a CPAP ventilator made by Royal Philips NV (Philips), you may be at risk of exposure to cancer-causing particles. The company has recalled several million of its sleep apnea ventilators due to the foam used in the devices. This foam has the potential to break down into harmful… View Article
Hernia Mesh Lawsuit
How Much Do You Get for a Hernia Mesh Lawsuit?
If you or someone you know had hernia mesh surgery, you may have suffered complications. You are not alone, as thousands of hernia mesh patients have experienced serious health problems after their surgeries. Depending on the outcome of your surgery, you may qualify for financial compensation.  While not all patients need it, most hernia operations… View Article
How Long Does a Mesothelioma Settlement Take?
How Long Does a Mesothelioma Settlement Take?
Each case is different, but a mesothelioma settlement can take just a few months or as long as a year. Many factors affect how long a mesothelioma settlement takes. For example, state laws and other regulations, the number of defendants named in the lawsuit, and the willingness of the defendants to settle may affect the settlement… View Article
3M Earplug Lawsuit Average Payout
3M Earplug Lawsuit Average Payout
3M’s earplugs have caused significant problems for U.S. service personnel, prompting thousands of lawsuits. The earplugs were purchased as part of a contract between the military (mostly the U.S. Army) and 3M. After being distributed to millions, many users of the earplugs reported that the devices did not provide sufficient protection from loud noises. The… View Article
Johnsons Plans To Evade Jury Trial Process News
New Information Reveals J&J Plans to Evade Jury Trial Process
Information disclosed by plaintiffs in the Johnson Johnson talcum powder lawsuit shows that the baby powder manufacturer was planning a controversial bankruptcy maneuver as early as April 2021. In effect, the maneuver would allow the corporation to handle future payouts for talc lawsuits through bankruptcy court-evading the trial process and limiting the plaintiffs’ potential settlement… View Article
Whats Going on With Hernia Mesh Lawsuits
What’s Going on With Hernia Mesh Lawsuits?
The latest numbers in the lawsuits against Ethicon, Atrium Medical Corp., and Davol Inc./C.R. Bard reveal 20,613 lawsuits. Ohio, New Hampshire, and Georgia are the states where federal lawsuits are currently filed. Meanwhile, hundreds of other state lawsuits are pending across the country. COVID-19 has impacted the scheduling of the first bellwether trials several times. Still,… View Article
Roundup Lawsuit Update
Roundup Lawsuit Update for 2021
If you or someone you love is considering filing legal action against pharmaceutical maker Bayer as part of the ongoing lawsuits involving Roundup, a widely used herbicide, you can learn more about the history of Roundup lawsuits here. This article will serve as a Roundup lawsuit update for 2021, summarizing the major happenings in ongoing… View Article
Surfside Condo Collapse Federal Investigators
Surfside Condo Collapse: Feds Grant Evidence Access to Legal Teams
After a recent public dispute over control of evidence in the Surfside condominium collapse lawsuit, federal investigators and officials in Miami-Dade County are working to grant evidence access to legal teams in the suit (Miami Herald). While the trial for the Surfside lawsuit is set for March 2023, the complex nature of the collapse means… View Article
Talcum Powder Lawsuits
What Is the Average Settlement for Talcum Powder Lawsuits?
If you or someone you love is considering filing a lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson after being diagnosed with ovarian cancer, you may want to know what the average settlement for talcum powder lawsuits is and how much compensation you could receive. The answer to that is challenging because each case is unique. The circumstances… View Article
Navient Lawsuits Predatory Loans
Navient Lawsuits: $1.7 Billion Settlement to Address Predatory Loans
On January 13, 2022, student loan servicer Navient agreed to a $1.7 billion settlement after years of litigation regarding its predatory loan practices. In a case brought by 39 state attorney generals across the country, the company agreed to offer repayment to over 66,000 students burdened by unnecessarily costly loan products, per National Public Radio… View Article
Zantac Lawsuit Payout
Zantac Lawsuit Payout
If you or someone you love was prescribed Zantac and later received a cancer diagnosis, you could join others seeking compensation from the drug’s manufacturer. While Zantac is often used to treat the pain and discomfort of heartburn, ulcers, or acid reflux, recent studies have linked it to the probable carcinogen ranitidine. You can seek… View Article
Hernia Mesh Lawsuit
Is the Hernia Mesh Lawsuit Still Going On?
Many patients who experienced health problems due to faulty hernia mesh medical products are still seeking compensation from the manufacturer. Hernia mesh is used to support weakened tissues as part of the surgical repair process. Unfortunately, many of the patients who underwent surgery subsequently suffered from pain, infection, and other post-surgery complications. It is not… View Article
Fire Fighting Foam Lawsuit
Fire Fighting Foam Class Action Lawsuit
Firefighters perform a heroic community service every day. As part of that service, they often use specific and specialized tools of the trade, including aqueous film-forming foam (AFFF). This foam is used to extinguish liquid and fuel-based fires. However, firefighters learning about the ways components of AFFF may have led to cancer are starting to… View Article
Baby Food Lawsuit
Baby Food Lawsuit Claims Child’s Autism Resulted From Heavy Metals
On January 31, 2022, hearings began for a landmark California case attempting to link heavy metals in baby foods to autism. The parents of Noah Cantabrana, age seven, argue that their son developed a neurological disability as a direct result of heavy metal exposure from baby food products made by Nurture, Inc., Sprout Foods, Inc.,… View Article
What Are Paraquat Settlements?
What Are Paraquat Settlements?
Parkinson’s disease is a progressive condition that impairs movement and mobility in its sufferers. If you were diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease that can be tied to exposure to paraquat, you may qualify to join in lawsuits seeking financial compensation. The Mass Tort Lawsuit attorneys in our network can explain what the paraquat settlements are, how… View Article
Paraquat Lawsuits: After 2021 Settlement, Victims Can Still Seek Compensation in Federal Court
Paraquat Lawsuits: Victims can Seek Compensation after 2021 Settlement
In June 2021, state-level paraquat lawsuits in California brought settlement results for one group of victims. However, many plaintiffs are still seeking compensation for damages caused by the weed killer produced by Syngenta and Chevron. Victims claim that paraquat exposure led them to develop Parkinson’s disease, among other damages. Federal-level cases consolidated through multidistrict litigation… View Article
After Thousands of Lawsuits, Roundup Is Still on the Market
After Thousands of Lawsuits, Roundup Is Still on the Market
Since Roundup was released on the market in 1974, thousands of lawsuits have been filed claiming that exposure to glyphosate the active ingredient in the now-widespread herbicide causes cancer. The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) concluded in 2015 that glyphosate is “probably carcinogenic to humans” a milestone assertion for plaintiffs of Roundup lawsuits…. View Article
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Death by Mesothelioma
If your husband, wife, parent, or child was diagnosed with mesothelioma after being exposed to asbestos and subsequently died, you could be eligible to collect wrongful death damages by filing a mesothelioma lawsuit after their death. This type of lawsuit is filed on behalf of the deceased person. The lawsuit you file can recover damages… View Article
Certain Philips Respironics Ventilators, BiPAP, CPAP Machines Recalled
Certain Philips Respironics Ventilators, BiPAP, CPAP Machines Recalled
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recalled certain models of Philips Respironics Ventilators, BiPAP, and CPAP machines. Find out which CPAP machines are being recalled, if the device you use is on the recall list, and how you can explore your compensation options if it is. Debris from the breakdown of the device’s foam… View Article
3M AFFF Lawsuit
3M AFFF Lawsuit
Firefighters used 3M’s AFFF firefighting foam all over the country to extinguish specific kinds of fire threats. However, long-term exposure to this foam is shown to have damaged the health of many people who use it. If you or a family member was diagnosed with cancer of the kidney or pancreas or another form of… View Article
What Is the Average Payout for the Military Earplug Lawsuit?
What Is the Average Payout for the Military Earplug Lawsuit?
While it is difficult to know how much individual lawsuits based on defective 3M earplugs may be worth, several of the initial trials in this large multidistrict litigation (MDL) have ended with multi-million dollar jury awards. The juries in these cases have been clear that they believe 3M acted in a grossly negligent way and awarded… View Article
Roundup Lawsuit Settlement Update
Roundup Lawsuit Settlement Update
In 2020, the parties involved in the Roundup lawsuit agreed to a global settlement offer totaling almost $10 billion. Still, as of January 1, 2022, there are no known individual payout totals. The amount plaintiffs recovered likely varies widely based on the severity of their illness and other factors. This settlement is the latest step… View Article
Why Is Paragard Being Sued?
Why Is Paragard Being Sued?
Paragard is being sued because women who relied on Paragard for safe, effective birth control have also been injured by it. When the intrauterine device (IUD) is removed, it can break easily, become lodged in place, and subject the wearer to additional and invasive surgery. If you used a Paragard IUD and the device’s removal… View Article
Who Is Behind Truvada Lawsuit?
Who Is Behind Truvada Lawsuit?
Who Is Behind Truvada Lawsuit? Truvada is a pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) prescribed to treat and decrease the risk of contracting human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) through sexual contact. The drug has recently been cited for causing bone damage and kidney failure in its consumers. The people behind Truvada lawsuits are patients who took the drug to… View Article
Causes Surgical Stapler Injury?
What Causes Surgical Stapler Injury?
Surgical staplers are a practical way to close wounds and incisions during various surgical procedures. When surgical staplers do not function properly, you can suffer a longer recovery time, additional injury, and other complications. When the healthcare provider you trust uses these devices and your health suffers, you could have the basis for a lawsuit…. View Article
About Talcum Powder Lawsuits
Talcum Powder Lawsuit Statute of Limitations
About Talcum Powder Lawsuits The outcome of recent talcum powder lawsuits has shown that juries agree with the plaintiffs based on the evidence and research presented at trial. Many have ruled that the manufacturers of these products made and distributed a defective product, and they likely knew it for decades. As of January 2022, there… View Article
Do I Qualify for the Elmiron Vision Loss Lawsuit?
Do I Qualify for the Elmiron Vision Loss Lawsuit?
The prescription medication, Elmiron, is prescribed to treat patients who suffer from the pain and discomfort of interstitial cystitis (IC). Unfortunately, many of the patients who took the drug subsequently suffered from progressive retina damage that could eventually lead to vision loss. Many of the patients whose vision was damaged are seeking compensation from the… View Article
Sex Abuse Lawsuits
Institutional Sex Abuse Lawsuits | Sex Abuse Lawyers Who Fight for You
Sexual abuse traumatizes its victims, whether they were a child or an adult when it happened. The pain stemming from an assault or period of abuse often lingers for years, if not for the rest of many victims’ lives. As a result, many sexual abuse survivors find it daunting to come forward about their case… View Article
Elmiron Lawsuit
All About Elmiron Lawsuit
There is pending litigation against the manufacturer of the interstitial cystitis (IC) drug Elmiron. Users of this medication claim they developed an eye disorder and vision damage due to long-term exposure to the drug.  If you have vision problems or a macular degeneration diagnosis and took this medication, you may be able to file a… View Article
asbestos exposure lawsuit
Can I sue for asbestos exposure?
Exposure to asbestos can cause serious medical problems, including mesothelioma and lung cancer. By filing an asbestos lawsuit, you can hold the company or corporation that caused your exposure financially accountable.  You may be able to seek compensation for medical treatment, lost income, and the long-term consequences of your condition. Likewise, you could recover wrongful… View Article
3M Chemicals Settlement
Alabama Counties to receive $98.4 million from 3M
American multinational conglomerate corporation 3M has agreed to a $98.4 million settlement for contaminating Alabama’s Morgan County with “forever chemicals,” according to coverage in The ball now lies in the court of Decatur, Morgan County, and Decatur Utilities officials to approve the proposed settlement. Governing bodies for Decatur and Morgan County will meet on… View Article
Boy Scouts of America
Boy Scouts Sex Abuse Victims Vote on Settlement
Tens of thousands of claimants who allege decades of sexual abuse from the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) are voting on a nearly $1.9-billion settlement plan, according to coverage in the Los Angeles Times.  Voting to approve the settlement plan, which is part of the BSA’s Bankruptcy Reorganization Plan, will commence on December 21, 2021,… View Article
Zantac Trial
First Zantac trial scheduled
On October 10, 2022, the first Zantac trial will take place in California state court, according to KTVN 2 News. The news outlet further reports this case is the first of thousands to have a scheduled court date, although other cases in different jurisdictions could go to trial earlier than October of next year.  The… View Article
3M military earplugs lawsuits
Judge pushes 3M military earplugs lawsuits toward trial
The country’s largest multidistrict litigation (MDL No. 2885) shows signs of life after a federal judge in Florida ordered 1,358 cases to be scheduled for trials. The cases represent a drop in the bucket of 250,000 cases filed against 3M for its defective Combat Arms Version 2 dual-sided earplugs.  The U.S. District Court Northern District… View Article
Understanding Multidistrict Litigation in a Mass Tort Lawsuit
Understanding Multidistrict Litigation in a Mass Tort Lawsuit
Mass tort lawsuits happen when many plaintiffs have similar cases against the same defendant. Occasionally, these lawsuits transfer to multidistrict litigation (MDL). That way, one court can consolidate the discovery and pretrial hearings to save those involved time and money. If you were hurt due to someone else’s negligence, a lawyer can determine your eligibility... View Article