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Lipitor Lawsuit Claims Heart Disease Drug Causes Diabetes

  A Florida woman has filed a Lipitor lawsuit against Pfizer Inc. for allegedly causing her to develop type-2 diabetes, after ingesting Lipitor. Plaintiff Julie H. claims that in direct result of using the defendant's cholesterol-lowering drug, she developed type-2 diabetes, the Lipitor... Read More »

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Young Men May Be At Risk of Risperdal Gynecomastia

Boys and young men who took Risperdal, an atypical antipsychotic medication, may have also fallen victim to an unfortunate side effect, known as gynecomastia (man boobs). These young men and their families may be entitled to compensation for the physical, mental, and... Read More »


Xarelto Bellwether Trials Set for Early 2017

In light of the ever-increasing number of Xarelto lawsuits filed in federal courts, similarly alleging that patients suffered severe bleeding injuries from taking the blood thinner, a federal judge has ordered four bellwether trials to be scheduled to begin during the first half of... Read More »

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Judge Schedules Cook IVC Filter Settlement Conferences

A federal judge who is presiding over the Cook Medical IVC filter multidistrict litigation has recently indicated that a series of IVC filter settlement conferences regarding a small group of MDL cases are expected to begin in early 2016. This Cook IVC filter... Read More »


Metal Hip Lawsuit Says Biomet Owes Settlement Money

A Massachusetts woman who previously settled allegations about a defective met-on-metal hip is going back to court, alleging she was not properly paid. In January 2014, plaintiff Cheryl S. reached an agreement with Biomet Inc. to settle her defective hip implant lawsuit... Read More »

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Uber FLSA Lawsuit Added by California Judge

A California federal judge has taken on a Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) lawsuit against Uber Technologies Inc. The Uber FLSA lawsuit alleges that the car sharing company denied drivers adequate and proper wages and overtime payment. In September, U.S. District Judge Edward... Read More »

Motrin SJS Lawsuit

Stevens Johnson Induced By Children’s Motrin: Trial Underway

A trial is underway in Pennsylvania against Johnson & Johnson and its subsidiary McNeil-PPC Inc. over allegations that a 3-year-old girl developed Stevens Johnson Syndrome (SJS) and Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis (TEN) as a result of being given Children’s Motrin. The family of... Read More »

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Birth Defects Lawsuit: Zoloft Caused Clubbed Feet, Eye Condition

A Florida mother filed a Zoloft birth defects lawsuit against pharmaceutical giant Pfizer Inc., claiming that Zoloft ingested during her pregnancy resulted in severe birth defects for her child. Plaintiff Emily W., filed this Zoloft lawsuit as an individual as well as on... Read More »


Citizens of Humanity Jeans Facing False Label Claim

When you're shopping for clothes there's a chance you'll see tags marked “Made in the USA.” It's a product claim some consumers seek. Studies have shown consumers are willing to pay more for products made in the United States. That is based,... Read More »


Indiana Man Says Propecia Caused Permanent Sexual Side Effects

Merck faces another Propecia side effects lawsuit, alleging that the drug maker failed to warn patients that its hair loss treatment could cause sexual dysfunction side effects that may be permanent. Plaintiff Kenneth B. filed the Propecia side effects lawsuit, joining thousands of men who... Read More »


Mesothelioma Victim Seeks $29M From Construction Company

In a recent asbestos mesothelioma lawsuit, a couple is seeking damages against Georgia-Pacific LLC and Union Carbide Corp. for allegedly causing the husband to suffer asbestos exposure injuries. The painting supervisor and his wife are seeking $29 million in compensatory damages, with... Read More »


Benicar Chronic Diarrhea Lawsuit Filed by Georgia Couple

A Benicar chronic diarrhea lawsuit filed against pharmaceutical giant Daiichi Sankyo alleges a Georgia man was made severely ill by the blood pressure medicine. Plaintiffs Willie and Kate G. filed the Benicar lawsuit as part of a multidistrict litigation (MDL) that has... Read More »