Family Files Wrongful Death Lawsuit Against Mercer University

The family of a Georgia woman who died after falling on a stairway is now suing Mercer University, alleging the university’s negligence brought about the woman’s wrongful death. Sally S. died from head injuries incurred in a slip-and-fall accident in July 2014,... Read More »

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Kia Hit with Class Action Lawsuit Over Shattering Sunroofs

Last week, a class action lawsuit was filed in California federal court against Kia Motors America Inc. alleging that the car manufacturer sold cars with sunroofs prone to shattering. Lead plaintiffs allege in their class action lawsuit that over the past 10 years… Read More »

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Lipitor Causes Type-2 Diabetes, NY Woman Claims

Another type-2 diabetes lawsuit has been filed against Pfizer Inc., alleging Lipitor, their popular cholesterol-managing medication, caused a New York woman to develop diabetes. Plaintiff Aimee S., 67, filed this Lipitor lawsuit at the end of April of this year, claiming personal... Read More »

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Drink Formula Sought in Honest Tea Class Action Lawsuit

Last week, in the class action lawsuit accusing Honest Tea Inc. of falsely advertising that their green tea is a good source of antioxidants, the lead plaintiff filed a motion to obtain information about the company’s honey green tea. Lead plaintiff Sarah… Read More »

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Jury Awards $6M to Asbestos Mesothelioma Victim

A jury awarded $6 million to a 51-year-old man diagnosed with mesothelioma through secondary exposure of asbestos as a child, and primary exposure as an adult. Plaintiff Michael G. filed asbestos cancer lawsuits against several companies that manufactured or sold asbestos products,... Read More »

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Depakote Studies Confirm Link to Birth Defects

The number of Depakote lawsuits continues to grow with allegations that manufacturers failed to warn pregnant women that the epileptic medication could cause birth defects. Recent studies have found that fetal exposure to Depakote increases the risk of having a child born... Read More »

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3 Motions to Dismiss Uber Wage and Hour Class Denied

Only three motions to dismiss out of seven in a wage and hour class action lawsuit against the popular app-based transportation network and taxi company, Uber, were granted. Plaintiffs Hakan Y. and Abdi M. claim they drove for Uber between 2012 and 2014. They jointly allege that Uber violated wage... Read More »

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Essure Lawsuit: Birth Control Implant Required Hysterectomy

A Pennsylvania woman has filed an Essure lawsuit against the birth control implant manufacturers after the product allegedly migrated into her uterus forcing her to have a hysterectomy. Plaintiff Melda S. is suing Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceuticals Inc. for fraudulent concealment of adverse... Read More »

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Studies Confirm Pradaxa Carries Risk of Internal Bleeding

New research continues to surface that the anticoagulant Pradaxa carries a serious internal bleeding risk and there is no antidote to stop it. More than 9 million Americans have been prescribed Pradaxa since its introduction on the market a few years ago... Read More »

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Illinois Woman Sues Pharma Giants for Xarelto Bleeding

Illinois plaintiff Beverly C. is suing pharmaceutical companies Bayer and Janssen Pharmaceuticals (a Johnson & Johnson subsidiary), for allegedly causing her to suffer Xarelto bleeding. Beverly claims that in direct result of using the blood thinner, she experienced a life-threatening gastrointestinal bleeding... Read More »

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Epilepsy Drug Dilantin Linked to Serious Skin Rash

Dilantin (phenytoin) is one of the most popular antiepileptic drugs in the United States, and is primarily prescribed to treat temporal lobe seizures and grand mal seizures. Dilantin has earned Pfizer millions ever since its release in November 2001. Unfortunately, it was not long after... Read More »

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