Pershing Park Class Action Settlement

A class action settlement has been reached in the Pershing Park protest arrest class action lawsuit, resolving allegations that the U.S. Park Police illegally arrested 400 Pershing Park protestors and other individuals in Washington D.C. on Sept. 27, 2002. News reports state... Read More »

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Lamictal Linked to Severe SJS Skin Rash

The mood stabilizing medication Lamictal now carries an FDA black box warning due to the risk of developing a life-threatening rash known as Stevens Johnson Syndrome (SJS). Lamictal is an effective treatment for bipolar disorder and is also commonly prescribed as an anticonvulsant... Read More »

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Waste Away Group Pricing Class Action Settlement

Waste Away Group Inc. has agreed to settle a class action lawsuit alleging it engaged in improper pricing or contracting practices. If you entered into a written contract with Waste Away Group or one of its affiliates for commercial solid waste and/or... Read More »

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Headaches and Migraines Could Be Birth Control Side Effects

According to medical reports, there is a strong relationship between a woman's hormonal levels and the headaches she experiences. Estrogen and progesterone, hormones that play a huge role in regulating a woman’s menstrual cycle and other reproductive functions, form the basis of... Read More »

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Cymbalta Withdrawal Syndrome: A Medical Concern

Cymbalta (or duloxetine) is a popular serotonin-norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor (SNRI) antidepressant medication, which is also used to treat fibromyalgia. While this drug has brought many patients success in helping manage their depression symptoms and pain from fibromyalgia, many individuals seeking to stop or... Read More »

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New Zofran Study Suggests Strong Link To Birth Defects

As the Zofran litigation drama continues, new evidence has surfaced suggesting that the anti-nausea medication could cause birth defects. A recently published study reported on the alleged correlation, adding to the mounting evidence against GlaxoSmithKline (GSK). The recent study was published in... Read More »

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Bad Faith Insurance Lawsuit Filed Against Unum

Unum Life Insurance Company of America is being sued in a bad faith insurance lawsuit by a Tennessee woman. Plaintiff Elizabeth W. alleges the insurance company refused to pay the long-term disability insurance benefits due per her employee benefits plans, and therefore violated... Read More »

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Ala. Man Suffers Hip Implant Complications, Joins MDL Against Stryker

An Alabama resident has joined the multidistrict litigation against Stryker Corporation and its subsidiary, Howmedica Osteonics, alleging the hip implant manufacturers failed to adequately warn consumers about the risks and side effects of their replacement hip implant device. Plaintiff Edwin K. has... Read More »

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Clomid Linked to Serious Birth Defects

Product liability lawyers are looking for potential plaintiffs to bring Clomid lawsuits against the drug manufacturer for failing to disclose an increased risk of birth defects. Due to the drug company’s alleged failure to inform consumers of these risks, many women inadvertently... Read More »

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FACTA Regulations and Policies Explained

The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA) is a federal policy that ensures fair credit reporting for American citizens. Recently, it has been found that merchants across the country are violating FACTA by exposing personal information on the consumer's receipts. FACTA... Read More »

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