Young Boy Survives Bactrim Stevens Johnson Syndrome

In a recent case of Bactrim Stevens Johnson Syndrome, a young boy only three years of age nearly lost all of his skin from this deadly reaction. This extremely rare allergic drug reaction can occur from a number of medications, and can… Read More


Litigation Continues Over Internal Bleeding and Pradaxa

Internal bleeding and Pradaxa have been controversial subjects since the drug was first introduced in 2010. Following a major settlement in 2014, a new wave of Pradaxa lawsuits has begun to grow. Pradaxa is manufacturer Boehringer Ingelheim’s name for dabigatran. It was… Read More


Levaquin Lawsuit Alleges Symptoms of Peripheral Neuropathy

A South Carolina resident who suffered symptoms of peripheral neuropathy after taking the popular antibiotic Levaquin (levofloxacin) has filed a lawsuit in federal court against Johnson & Johnson and its subsidiary, Janssen Pharmaceuticals. Levaquin was approved by the FDA in Dec. 1996 and… Read More

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Benicar and Gastrointestinal Injuries Linked in Another Lawsuit

An Oklahoma man recently filed a Benicar lawsuit linking Benicar and gastrointestinal injuries, alleging that Daiichi Sankyo failed to warn about the risk. The plaintiff, Thomas D., claimed damages on account of both the gastrointestinal injuries to himself and economic losses. According… Read More


SJS: A Possible Avelox Skin Reaction

Avelox, a fluoroquinolone antibiotic, carries with it a risk of a severe Avelox skin reaction known as Stevens Johnson Syndrome, or SJS. Avelox (moxifloxacin), is a fluoroquinolone antibiotic. Fluoroquinolones have gone through a number of different generations over the years, and Avelox… Read More

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Woman Sues Over Levaquin Irreversible Peripheral Neuropathy

Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen Pharmaceuticals is being accused of knowing the side effect of irreversible peripheral neuropathy was not as rare as their literature led doctors and patients to believe. Plainitff Paula W. of Washington state has filed a lawsuit over irreversible… Read More

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Woman Sues Because of Invokana Ketoacidosis Side Effects

A Tennessee resident is suing the makers of a popular diabetes drug due to Invokana ketoacidosis side effects. Invokana was FDA-approved in 2013 to help maintain blood sugar levels in type 2 diabetics. It was the first in a new class of… Read More

Xarelto Side Effects Class Action Lawsuit Investigation

Xarelto Gastrointestinal Bleeding Lawsuit Alleges Wrongful Death

A man has filed a Xarelto gastrointestinal bleeding lawsuit against Janssen Pharmaceuticals, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson, and Bayer Healthcare following the death of a loved one. Plaintiff John S. filed this Xarelto gastrointestinal bleeding lawsuit on behalf of Shirley S.,… Read More

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Dilantin Cerebral Atrophy Symptoms: A Closer Look

Dilantin, generically known as phenytoin, is an anti-epileptic drug that is used to treat seizure disorder in affected individuals. It is also used for other medical conditions including migraines and restless leg syndrome. Dilantin is also used for other “off label” purposes… Read More

Taxotere Chemotherapy Lawsuit

Following No Hair Growth After Chemo, Woman Files Taxotere Lawsuit

An Illinois woman has filed a new lawsuit against Sanofi-Aventis and other companies stating that after she took chemotherapy drug, Taxotere, she failed to return to a normal state of hair growth after chemo. The plaintiff claims has suffered permanent and disfiguring hair loss… Read More

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Risperdal Adverse Side Effects: Gynecomastia

Risperdal, also known as risperidone, is an atypical antipsychotic made by the Janssen division at Johnson & Johnson, and is designed to treat a variety of conditions including autism, bipolar disorder, dementia, schizophrenia, and Tourette’s Syndrome. However, there are some serious reported Risperdal… 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


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