Medtronic Facing More than 1,000 Infuse Lawsuits

Medtronic, the makers of the Infuse Bone Graft System, are currently facing more than 1,000 Infuse lawsuits over alleged complications from the medical implant. The Infuse Bone Graft System is a medical implant designed to improve spinal fusion surgery. Spinal fusion is a medical… Read More »

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Fla. Woman Alleges Pradaxa Caused Father’s Death

A Florida woman has filed a Pradaxa lawsuit against Boehringer Ingelheim alleging the wrongful death of her father due to the design defects of the blood-thinning medication. Pradaxa is a direct thrombin inhibitor that is prescribed to reduce the risk of stroke… Read More »

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Calif. Man Hits Janssen With Risperdal Gynecomastia Lawsuit

A 22-year-old California resident and his mother have filed a Risperdal gynecomastia lawsuit against Janssen Pharmaceuticals with allegations of misrepresenting their popular anti-psychotic drug and inflicting physical, mental, and emotional trauma on their consumers. Lead plaintiff Benjamin Verkest and his mother Lori… Read More »

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Xarelto Lawsuit Filed over Fatal Bleeding in Man’s Brain

The wife of a Florida man who allegedly died from uncontrollable internal bleeding caused by Xarelto has filed a lawsuit on his behalf, alleging that the drug maker that developed and sold the blood thinning medication made inadequate warnings regarding the potential… Read More »

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Januvia Lawsuit Filed By Relative of Man Who Died

A woman acting on behalf of a deceased relative has filed a Januvia lawsuit, alleging that the type-2 diabetes drug developed by Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp. led to the man’s 2012 pancreatic cancer diagnosis and subsequent death just a few months… Read More »

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Low-T Lawsuits Unlikely to Be Affected By New Study

A new study raises questions about whether men who take testosterone replacement therapy are actually at risk of testosterone heart attack side effects. At the University of Texas, doctors analyzed the records of more than 6,000 patients and found there was little… Read More »

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New Actos Lawsuit Alleges Drug Causes Bladder Cancer

A new Actos lawsuit has joined the existing litigation over the type-2 diabetes drug Actos, alleging that the drug caused the plaintiff to develop bladder cancer. In this new Actos bladder cancer lawsuit, plaintiff Trudy Gravier states that she began taking Actos… Read More »

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Metal Hip Implant Lawsuit Filed Against Stryker Corp.

A metal-on-metal hip implant lawsuit was filed against Stryker Corporation by an Illinois man who claims that the hip replacement product led him to develop metallosis and other serious injuries. Plaintiff Christopher Duncan is suing Stryker for the injuries he allegedly sustained from their… Read More »

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New Study Shows Zithromax Heart Attack Risk

A new Zithromax study shows both the benefits and risks related to the popular antibiotic. Zithromax is a best-selling antibiotic. The popularity stems from several features of the drug. First, it is a broad-spectrum antibiotic that inhibits a wide variety of gram-negative… Read More »

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Pfizer Hit With Lipitor Diabetes Lawsuit By Kan. Woman

Kansas resident Janie Leonard filed a Lipitor diabetes lawsuit against Pfizer Inc. after discovering that she had developed type-2 diabetes, which she alleges occurred from her use of the statin drug Lipitor. Leonard was a faithful user of Lipitor until she stopped… Read More »

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Dilantin Still a Stevens Johnson Syndrome Risk

Dilantin (phenytoin) is an anticonvulsant used to control seizures in sufferers of epilepsy. It also has the potential to increase the risk of developing Stevens Johnson Syndrome in its users. The drug has been named in dozens of Dilantin lawsuits claiming it… Read More »

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