Product Liability Lawsuit News and Information
Trident ceramic hip replacement systems manufactured by Stryker Corporation, have been associated with a number of reports involving loosening of the parts and squeaking in the hip joint. These problems can reduce an individuals ability to participate in activities they otherwise would, cause severe pain, and may lead to the need for additional surgeries.
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Claims are pouring into GM’s victim compensation fund as the company looks for legal protection from most lawsuits.
C.R. Bard has settled 500 vaginal mesh lawsuits filed against the Bard Avaulta mesh, but still faces thousands of claims which may have to go to trial in courts around the nation.
Liggett Group has agreed to settle most of the smokers lawsuits against it for $110 million.
A Los Angeles jury found Polaris partially responsible for a California woman’s brain damage, saying that the Polaris Virage jet ski was defectively designed.
As an increasing number of individuals file product liability lawsuits over Brilliant Blue G, an eye surgery dye that has been linked to reports of serious infections, the compounding pharmacy that allegedly sold the contaminated medication has filed a request to consolidate all claims pending in the federal court system before one judge, as part […]
At least four lawsuits have been filed this month against Franck’s Compounding Lab, alleging that individuals suffered severe eye infections that were caused by contaminated doses of Brilliant Blue G, an eye surgery dye.
A product liability lawsuit has been filed by a Michigan man who alleges that a Medtronic Infuse bone graft caused him to experience severe complications after it was implanted in his spine for an unapproved use, causing excessive bone growth and leaving him with extreme pain and weakness.
A Massachusetts jury awarded $63 million in damages this week to a teenage girl and her family after side effects of Motrin allegedly caused her to suffered a severe and life-threatening skin reaction, known as toxic epidermal necrolysis (TEN).
A growing number of product liability lawsuits continue to be filed over problems with Skechers Shape-ups and Tone-ups, alleging that the design of the toning shoes caused individuals to suffer various leg, ankle and foot injuries.
Pfizer has once-again settled a Chantix lawsuit days before trial was scheduled to begin, resolving a claim that alleged the global pharmaceutical company failed to adequately warn about the risk of psychological side effects associated with their smoking cessation drug.
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