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Boy Left Legally Blind by Seizure Medication Reaction

In February 2012, an 8-year-old boy in New Braunfels, Texas, was prescribed a new medication to treat his seizure disorder. After taking the new prescription, Levi G. suffered a rare allergic skin reaction known as... Read More »

First Lipitor Diabetes Bellwether Trial Scheduled for October 2015

U.S. District Judge Richard Gergel, who is currently overseeing the Lipitor MDL in South Carolina, has announced the first bellwether trial will begin in October 2015 for a lawsuit filed by Colorado plaintiff Wilma D. Discovery... Read More »

Florida Teen Dies from Rare Skin Disease TEN

On New Year's Eve, a young man from Wesley Chapel, Florida, died of a rare drug reaction called Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis (TEN). Though TEN is already a very rare disorder, this case was particularly unusual,... Read More »

What You Need to Know About Credit Insurance

The credit insurance companies World Finance and OneMain Financial have been accused of selling credit insurance for installment loans that are worthless. It has been suggested that installment loan insurance rarely brings the consumer any... Read More »

Benicar Lawsuit Alleges Serious Side Effects

A new Benicar side effects lawsuit was filed against Daiichi Sankyo Incorporated, and several related companies, alleging that the drug caused debilitating side effects. The Benicar lawsuit filed by plaintiff Marian O. has few details,... Read More »


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