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  1. Pradaxa Lawsuit - THIRTEEN Counts against Manufacturer of Pradaxa

    by , 08-17-2012 at 10:35 PM
    Pradaxa Lawsuit - THIRTEEN Counts against Manufacturer of Pradaxa

    Last month, John Swing filed lawsuit regarding Pradaxa complications and side effects against the drug’s manufacturer. In the legal complaint, filed in Southern District of the Courts in the State of New York, the attorney for Swing claimed having suffered from bleeding due to Pradaxa which was not disclosed properly. The drug’s maker Boehringer Ingelheim is a pharmaceutical giant and is not new to drug lawsuits. ...
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  2. GranuFlo & NaturaLyte Medical Recall Possible Injury Lawsuits to Begin

    by , 07-24-2012 at 05:23 AM
    FRESENIUS MEDICAL DIALYSIS PRODUCTS PLACE PATIENTS IN HIGHER RISK
    FOR LIFE-THREATENING CARDIAC PROBLEMS AND EVEN DEATH

    Facts continue to become available regarding the communications and actions (as well as lack of communications or actions) on the part of Fresenius Medical Care, the manufacturer of two popular renal dialysis medications. These products, GranuFlo as well as NaturaLyte have been linked to dangerous side effects. It is coming to light and being alleged that Fresenius ...
  3. Wrongful Death Lawsuit Expected After Car Accident

    by , 07-16-2012 at 08:33 PM
    A wrongful death lawsuit may be launched after a man who was 62 years of age and from San Gabriel has been killed in a car accident. The incident occurred when a 1926 Ford hot rod which was being test driven by the man and a colleague sped out of control and crashed into the side of the road. Local newspaper, The San Gabriel Valley Tribune has reported the case of the road crash which happened earlier on this month. Highway Patrol officials of California say that the driver, who was 70 years of ...
  4. New Florida Personal Injury Protection Law 2013

    by , 07-07-2012 at 07:09 AM
    At the beginning of this coming year, the state of Florida has established that new PIP (Personal Injury Protection) laws will take place effective this coming January 1, 2013.

    The insurance companies and insurance industry lobbied for the passage of this law, and have passed this under the guidance of Gov. Rick Scott. Although it was proposed under the disguise of curbing fraud, it actually represents a huge boon to the insurance companies. Initially it was marketed using promises
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