Xarelto Litigation Joined by Illinois Couple

An Illinois couple has added their claim to the multidistrict litigation against Janssen Pharmaceuticals and related companies over the prescription drug Xarelto, which has been linked to fatal internal bleeding events. Plaintiff John F. began taking Xarelto in April 2013. In early... Read More »

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Cruise Line Faces TCPA Text Spam Class Action Lawsuit

Consolidated World Travel Inc. (CWT), which does business as both Holiday Cruise Line and Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line, is facing a Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) class action lawsuit. Filed by lead plaintiff Jason H., the cruise text spam class action lawsuit alleges... Read More »

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Lipitor MDL Adds New Lawsuit Alleging Statin Diabetes

Plaintiff Peggy C. of Connecticut has added a claim against Pfizer Inc. to the multidistrict litigation now pending in a South Carolina federal court, where more than 2,000 Lipitor lawsuits have been consolidated over allegations the statin drug causes type-2 diabetes. Peggy’s... Read More »

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New Benicar Lawsuit Filed in Iowa Federal Court

A Benicar lawsuit was recently filed against pharmaceutical manufacturers Daiichi Sankyo and Forest Laboratories. The allegations claim an Iowa resident suffered severe side affects from taking olmesartan-based drugs like Benicar and Azor because these drugs are defective and unreasonably dangerous medications. The Benicar... Read More »

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Las Vegas Widow Files Axiron Lawsuit in Nationwide MDL

In early April, a Las Vegas widow filed an Axiron lawsuit against Eli Lilly and Co. as part of the larger, nationwide testosterone product multidistrict litigation (MDL) movement. This Axiron testosterone products lawsuit claims the plaintiff’s husband died from testosterone gel side... Read More »

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Depakote Birth Defects Study Finds Increased Risk of Spina Bifida

Depakote has been a popular epilepsy treatment since hitting the market in 1983. Millions have taken the prescription drug to manage seizures. But the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently took action to caution doctors about prescribing the drug to pregnant women. In... Read More »

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Compensation Available for Asbestos Lung Cancer Victims

Even decades after it was banned in the United States, asbestos continues to be implicated in new diagnoses of lung cancer. And despite the passage of time since exposure, victims of asbestos lung cancer may still be able to sue for compensation.... Read More »

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Lawsuit Claims Pfizer is Responsible for Viagra Melanoma

A Louisiana couple has filed a Viagra melanoma lawsuit, claiming that the popular erectile dysfunction medication placed the plaintiff at a high risk for developing the deadliest form of skin cancer. Plaintiffs Charles and Cindy C. allege that Charles' use of the medication led... Read More »

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Pseudotumor Cerebri May Be a Birth Control Side Effect

Birth control medications along with IUDs may place women at a greater risk for developing pseudotumor cerebri (PTC), according to recent studies. Pseudotumor cerebri is a serious condition with symptoms that mimic brain tumor symptoms. PTC is caused by the build up... Read More »

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