Wrongful Death or Bodily Injuries: Are You One of the Thousands Affected by Faulty Surgical Staples?
In October 2019, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a recall of Ethicon surgical staplers. Unfortunately, by this time, the staplers had already been used on countless... Read More
Allergan Breast Implant Cancer Symptoms Lawsuit Investigation
Natrelle & Allergan Breast Implant Cancer Lawsuit: Who’s Affected? Were you implanted with Allergan BIOCELL or Natrelle textured breast implants? On May 14, 2020, The U.S. Food and... Read More
Federal Judge Says Tenn. Abortion Waiting Period Law Unconstitutional
Tennessee’s law requiring women who want an abortion to undergo mandatory counseling and wait at least 48 hours before having the procedure places an undue — and unfair... Read More
ACell MicroMatrix ‘Silent Recall’ Class Action Lawsuit Investigation
MicroMatrix Class Action: Who’s Affected? Did you have surgery that used MicroMatrix powder wound-dressing? If so, you may have a legal claim. ACell’s MicroMatrix is a wound-dressing device... Read More
Judge Dismisses Allergan, Keeps Plastic Surgeon in Breast Implants Cancer Lawsuit
An Illinois judge has dismissed Allergan from a lawsuit accusing the pharmaceutical company of manufacturing a dangerous product and failing to warn about its dangers. However, a plastic... Read More
Textured Breast Implants Linked with Increased Cancer Recurrence Risk in New Study
Breast cancer patients go through enough—they don’t need the additional worry of potential increased breast implant cancer recurrence risk. But breast cancer patients who undergo post mastectomy reconstruction... Read More
Have You Been Subject to MicroMatrix Endotoxin Exposure?
Maryland-based pharmaceutical company ACell allegedly conducted a silent recall of its MicroMatrix Powder Wound Dressing after learning the material was contaminated with high levels of endotoxins. The company... Read More
Why Did ACell Inc. Conceal the MicroMatrix Recall from the FDA?
As part of a 2019 settlement agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice, medical device manufacturer ACell Inc. pleaded guilty to both criminal and civil charges for “clandestinely... Read More