Hip Replacement Lawsuit Filed Against Zimmer Inc.

A Texas woman filed a metal hip replacement lawsuit against Zimmer Holdings Inc. and its affiliates alleging that she suffered extreme pain and complications from the company’s metal hip replacement system. Plaintff Lynn Harris alleges that the Zimmer Metasul Hip replacement system… Read More »

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Woman Files iPhone Tracking Class Action Lawsuit

The intersection between technology and privacy has always been a difficult one to manage by the law, but a new iPhone tracking class action lawsuit is notable for two separate reasons: the reliance of a report from a foreign news network and… Read More »

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TCPA Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against GE Capital Bank

A TCPA class action  lawsuit was filed against GE Capital Retail Bank by a Connecticut woman who alleges the company uses robocalls to “bombard unsuspecting consumers,” allegedly in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). The TCPA class action lawsuit filed… Read More »

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Wage and Hour Class Action Lawsuit Against Tilly’s Advances

Tilly’s Inc.’s bid to send a proposed wage and hour class action lawsuit to arbitration has been denied. Although arbitration provisions are included in the Tilly’s employment contracts, these provisions exclude wage and hour lawsuits. Lead plaintiff Maria Rebolledo, a California resident… Read More »

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Zithromax Linked with Increased Cardiovascular Risks

According to a recent Zithromax study performed on elderly patients suffering from pneumonia, the popular antibiotic treatment, while effective in treating bacterial infections, may carry additional health risks. Lead researcher Eric M. Mortenson, M.D. of  the VA North Texas Healthcare System and… Read More »

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Report Finds Xarelto Leading Pradaxa in Sales, Side Effects

New data suggests that Xarelto has increased both its market share and the number of serious medical complaints over competitor Pradaxa, possibly leading to Xarelto bleeding side effects lawsuits. Both Xarelto and Pradaxa are blood thinners. Blood thinners are drugs designed to… Read More »

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New Lipitor Lawsuit Joins Exisiting Group Lawsuit

A new Lipitor diabetes lawsuit has alleged the cholesterol medication can cause type-2 diabetes. The Lipitor lawsuit was filed by Yvonne Buggage on behalf of herself and her husband, Byron Buggage. Mrs. Buggage began taking the drug in 2003, and continued taking… Read More »

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Dilantin Linked to Stevens Johnson Syndrome

Dilantin is a popular and widely used phenytoin sodium anticonvulsant drug that has been named in various Stevens Johnson Syndrome class action lawsuits, for allegedly causing patients to experience a painful skin reaction. The drug is regularly prescribed to treat and prevent… Read More »

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Honda Engine Misfire Class Action Settlement Checks Mailed

Thousands of Honda owners will receive free warranty extensions and refunds for repair bills caused by excessive oil consumption thanks to a 2013 class action lawsuit settlement that’s finally paying out. The average payout is between $235 and $294, according to reports…. Read More »

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