Tenn. Woman Files Eliquis Internal Bleeding Lawsuit

Pfizer and Bristol-Myers Squibb are facing a new Eliquis internal bleeding lawsuit, after a woman suffered serious bleeding injuries from the medication. This Eliquis internal bleeding lawsuit alleges the pharmaceutical giants knew the risks associated with Eliquis, but failed to notify the… Read More


Pennsylvania Man Suing Over Denied Unum Disability Benefits

A man has recently filed a lawsuit against Unum Life Insurance Company of America, stating the insurance company prematurely halted his disability payments. Plaintiff John H. of Pennsylvania has filed a lawsuit because he was denied the Unum disability benefits he says he… Read More

Pradaxa Reversal Agent

Pradaxa Reversal Agent Available in 2,200 Hospitals

Boehringer Ingelheim recently announced that Pradaxa reversal agent, Praxbind (idarucizumab), is now stocked in over 2,200 hospitals throughout the United States. Praxbind was released in late 2015, when Boehringer Ingelheim had developed a Pradaxa reversal agent five years after its initial release…. Read More

Carcinogens substances

Asbestos Danger Caused By Trapped Asbestos Fibers

Asbestos danger is not always present even when asbestos is. In some cases, being in close proximity to asbestos is not inherently harmful. However, in other cases, asbestos exposure can be deadly. The real asbestos danger comes when individuals come into contact… Read More


Texas Couple Joins DePuy MDL for Metal Hip Implant Failure

The DePuy Orthopaedics multidistrict litigation (MDL) gains another metal hip implant lawsuit, after a married couple alleges the company’s ASR hip implant completely failed. After getting getting the device implanted, the husband allegedly suffered metal hip implant failure and has had to… Read More

Pelvic Mesh Side Effects

New Pelvic Mesh Side Effects Lawsuit Filed Over Serious Complications

A husband and wife have filed a lawsuit against the American Medical’s Systems, Boston Scientific and TEI Biosciences alleging the companies’ pelvic mesh products caused the wife to suffer significant injury. Plaintiffs Kelly and Sarah R. Are a husband and wife couple living… Read More

UMB Bank and overdraft fees

Overdraft Practices at UMB Bank Under Scrutiny

An overdraft occurs when there is not enough money in an account to cover a transaction, but the bank or credit union pays for it anyway. Many financial institutions offer overdraft protection programs, but some of these overdraft practices have been called… Read More

Zithromax Blindness Children

Zithromax and Blindness Linked in Children

Zithromax is a common antibiotic that is prescribed to treat a number of different infections in both children and adults, however it may have some serious side effects. Alarmingly, in recent studies, links have been found between Zithromax and blindness. What is Zithromax?… Read More


Invokana Diabetes Medication Carries Risk of Serious Side Effects

Invokana diabetes medication, generically known as canagliflozin, is an oral prescription medication used to treat patients with type-2 diabetes. Invokana is marketed and manufactured by Janssen pharmaceuticals, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson. As one of the first medications in a new… Read More

Unpaid Training

California Cutco Trainees Win Unpaid Training Lawsuit

A group of Cutco knife sales representatives who went through mandatory unpaid training sessions have been awarded a $6.7 million settlement. U.S. District Judge Edward M. Chen certified the FLSA collective action as well for employees in five states. He granted the plaintiffs’… Read More


Using a Filter for Blood Clots May Carry Serious Risks

Patients at risk for blood clots who are unable to take anticoagulant medications often receive an inferior vena cava (IVC) filter for blood clots. About six different companies manufacture and market a filter for blood clots. Each filter is shaped like an… Read More