Nearly 100 Women Join Essure Lawsuit

An Essure lawsuit has been filed in Illinois on behalf of 98 women who experienced severe side effects.

/ August 11, 2016

FDA Investigates Viagra Skin Cancer Risk

The FDA is deciding whether to issue warnings about melanoma, an aggressive type of skin cancer that has been linked to erectile dysfunction drugs like Viagra and Cialis.

/ August 10, 2016
1st Group Lawsuit Filed for Power Pressure Cooker Explosions

Pressure Cooker Explosion Lawsuits Filed Against Tristar

Tristar Products, Inc., the "As Seen on TV" giant, is being sued for selling a pressure cooker that can allegedly explode and eject boiling hot food that causes severe burns.

/ August 9, 2016

Mom Awarded $16 Million After Traumatic Birth Injuries

A jury has awarded $16 million to woman who sued a hospital for a traumatic birth experience that caused permanent injuries.

/ August 8, 2016

Man With IVC Filter Embedded in His Body Files Lawsuit

A lawsuit has been filed by a man from Texas who has an Option® IVC filter permanently embedded in his body because it can't be removed safely.

/ August 5, 2016
IVC Filter Injury Lawsuit

Blood Clot Filter Lawsuit Filed by Texas Woman

A lawsuit has been filed against Cook Medical by a woman from Texas who was injured by the Celect® Vena Cava Filter.

/ August 4, 2016

Study Finds Big Jump in Trampoline Park Injuries

Trampoline injury rates have risen sharply in recent years as indoor trampoline parks have skyrocketed in popularity.

/ August 2, 2016

Monsanto Supports Centralizing Roundup Lawsuits in MDL

With nearly two dozen Roundup lawsuits now filed, Monsanto has asked a panel of federal judges to centralize the litigation in one court.

/ August 1, 2016

Essure Lawyers Request MDL to Centralize Lawsuits

Lawyers spearheading the Essure litigation have asked judges to centralize dozens of lawsuits involving 1,000 injured women into one federal court.

/ July 29, 2016

Study Links Red Tattoo Ink and Cancer

Think twice before you get that rose or cherry tattoo. Red inks are linked to allergic reactions and even cancer.

/ July 27, 2016