Pradaxa Raises the Stakes for Cerebral Hemorrhage

Anticoagulants like Pradaxa have been popular choices for atrial fibrillation patients who need to reduce their risk of clot-related complications, but the same drug that prevents complications like stroke may make other conditions such cerebral hemorrhages more dangerous. Pradaxa, known generically as… Read More »


Phenytoin Linked to Focal Cerebral Atrophy

Phenytoin, an anticonvulsant also known as Dilantin, may not be as safe and effective as originally thought. Long-term phenytoin use has been linked with serious complications such as focal cerebral atrophy for quite some time. Some patients who have suffered from long-term… Read More »


Lawsuit: Testosterone Drugs Caused Heart Attack

A number of major pharmaceutical companies are being hit with a low testosterone (low-t) lawsuit from a man who was prescribed a variety of testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) products and suffered potentially fatal complications. This low-t lawsuit is being filed by a… Read More »

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Bard To Provide Reports About IVC Filter Complications In MDL

Bard IVC Filter injury reports will be provided to the C.R. Bard multidistrict litigation (MDL), regarding complications and injuries allegedly caused by their inferior vena cava (IVC) filters. The medical device maker is set to produce those documents sometime soon in the discovery… Read More »

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Credit Union Facing Scrutiny For Overdraft Fraud

Consumer protection attorneys are currently investigating several credit unions including State Employees Credit Union (SECU) and Pentagon Federal Credit Union (PenFed) for alleged illegal activity. These lawyers are looking into whether credit unions like SECU and PenFed committed improper overdraft fee practices… Read More »

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California Outlet Stores Under Investigation For Fake Sales

Factory outlet stores are increasing in popularity, with many consumers seeking out the ultimate bargain prices for their favorite retail clothing brand. Yet, an increasing number of customers claim California factory outlet stores are guilty of deceptive practices to attract customers. Driven by… Read More »

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Lawsuits Say Wen Cleansing Conditioner Contains Synthetic Chemicals

Product liability attorneys are currently looking for potential plaintiffs to bring WEN lawsuits against the product manufacturers Chaz Dean and Guthy-Renker. The WEN hair loss lawsuits will likely allege that the marketers put a defective product on the market that caused the… Read More »

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Should You Be Worried About Lamictal Rash Symptoms?

Lamictal (lamotrigine) is an anti-seizure drug developed and sold by GlaxoSmithKline and was approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 1994. The drug has become a common treatment for both adults and children with epilepsy. However, many users who take… Read More »


Jury Denies Cancer Screening in Philip Morris Class Action Lawsuit

A Massachusetts federal jury decided today that cigarette manufacturer Philip Morris USA does not have to pay for the yearly cancer screenings of currently healthy Marlboro smokers. According to a Philip Morris spokesman, the jury reached their verdict this morning after starting deliberations… Read More »


Progressive PIP Insurance Class Action Lawsuit Settlement

Progressive has agreed to settle a class action lawsuit that accused the insurance company of deceptive business practices by having its website recommend Massachusetts consumers with health insurance purchase automobile insurance with a $8,000 Personal Injury Protection (PIP) deductible. Lead plaintiff Wanda… Read More »