Class Action Says Costco Flushable Wipes Plug Plumbing

Last week, a class action lawsuit was filed in New York federal court against the wholesale goods company Costco Wholesale Corp. alleging that its “flushable” toilet wipe product tends to clog up bathroom plumbing. Lead plaintiff Desmond Armstrong claims in his class… Read More »

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Study: Lipitor Diabetes Risk Significant In Healthy Patients

A recent Lipitor study shows healthy patients taking the cholesterol reducing medication had an 87 percent increased risk of developing diabetes. Researchers followed 26,000 patients who had no history of heart disease or diabetes and found that not only did Lipitor significantly... Read More »

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Eliquis May Pose Serious Risk of Irreversible Internal Bleeding

Recently, anticoagulants (blood thinners) such as Pradaxa and Xarelto have made headlines as the basis of lawsuits brought by individuals who claim to have suffered internal bleeding caused by these allegedly dangerous drugs. Another blood thinner, Eliquis (apixaban), is also known to carry... Read More »

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Baby Powder Cancer Plaintiff Denied Damages Award

A woman who was diagnosed with ovarian cancer claims her cancer was most likely caused by her use of Johnson & Johnson’s baby powder products. which contain talcum powder. She, along with hundreds of other women, has chosen to file a baby powder cancer lawsuit... Read More »

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Viagra Linked to Melanoma Skin Cancer

A new Viagra lawsuit alleges that Pfizer, the pharmaceutical manufacturer of Viagra, failed to adequately warn consumers and the medical community about the dangerous increased risk of developing melanoma skin cancer. The Viagra lawsuit was brought by Michael G., a Texas resident.... Read More »

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Dilantin SJS Lawsuits Allege Pfizer Knew of Drug Risks

Dilantin is the trade name under which Pfizer Inc. markets the popular anti-seizure medication phenytoin in the United States. Mylan Pharmaceuticals and Baxter Healthcare, generic pharmaceutical manufacturers, also make this anticonvulsant drug used by children and adults alike. The U.S. Food and Drug... Read More »

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11th Circuit Affirms Dismissal of AMS FDCPA Lawsuit

The 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has affirmed a federal district court decision to dismiss a homeowner’s Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) lawsuit. In this FDCPA lawsuit, the plaintiff sought to be relieved from a higher mortgage payment she allegedly agreed... Read More »

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Benicar Lawsuit Following Severe Diarrhea Side Effects

Plaintiff Amelia H. filed a Benicar lawsuit accusing Daiichi Sankyo of causing and failing to warn about the severe sprue-like enteropathy that could follow Benicar use. Benicar diarrhea has allegedly caused the plaintiff great pain and suffering. Benicar was approved as a... Read More »

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Propecia Lawsuit Claims Erectile Dysfunction Side Effect

A Florida man has filed a Propecia lawsuit with claims that the hair loss treatment caused him to develop erectile dysfunction. Plaintiff Kevin B. was prescribed Propecia at age 41 to help treat male pattern baldness and alleges he was unaware that... Read More »

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Depakote Birth Defects Lawsuit Filed by Ore. Parents

Pharmaceutical giant AbbVie Inc. is being sued in a Depakote birth defects lawsuit, alleging their anti-seizure medication Depakote has caused some women to give birth to infants suffering from severe birth defects. This is just one of many cases in the current... Read More »

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