Blog Posts in January, 2016

No Fees Unless We Win - Benefits of Contingency Fees

If an accident occurs and someone is injured, it can lead to many questions. The victim may wonder what kind of medical attention they need or if their injury is too serious to continue working. These ...
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More Takata Airbag Inflator Recalls After Preventable Death

It has been eight years of recalls and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is still trying to help fix the situation. Now, after the tenth known death, the organization has announced ...
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Viekira Pak a 'Bad' Option for Hep C Patients?

In recent studies and analysis, there has been some data suggesting that Viekira Pak, a hep C treatment from AbbVie Inc., may be the least safe option of the available leading treatments. The data ...
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Essure® Victims Respond to The Doctors

Developed by Bayer, the Essure® permanent birth control device is a form of contraception where nickel-titanium coils are implanted into a woman’s fallopian tubes through the vagina. A woman’s body is ...
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Chief Justice Roberts Year End Report - A Trial Lawyer Response

In his end of the year report Justice John G. Roberts, Jr. noted that the federal litigation system has grown “too expensive, time-consuming and contentious.” Chief Justice Roberts noted “I am hardly ...
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10 Potential Side Effects of Essure®

When women decide that they no longer want children and that their family is complete, they look into various contraceptives. This is to help prevent them from getting pregnant in the future. While ...
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NBC News Investigation Questions Continued Sell of Defective IVC Filters

Medical device company C.R. Bard has come under fire after a NBC News investigation uncovered confidential company records showing concern over the reports of failures regarding its G2 series IVC ...
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