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Understanding Medical Equipments Product Liability Claims

29th October 2012
Medical equipment’s or medical products are among those products that need extra care and attention. All medical products need to pass through stringent sets of testing and experimental phase before they are marketed. In the United States of America too w...
Author: unsafedrugs

Pharmaceutical Lawsuits Are Necessary For Forcing Changes In The Prescription Drug Industry

14th June 2011
There's a certain negative connotation regarding pharmaceutical lawsuits by those that have never been in a situation where it was appropriate to pursue such litigation. It's odd that so many would tend to fall on the side of the large pharmaceutical comp...
Author: Roger Design
Medical Malpractice

Depakote Lawsuits Due to Birth Defects

06th January 2011
Depakote, or known by a generic name of Valproate Semisodium, and Divalproex sodium is a drug that was marketed by Abbott, it is prescribed to treat manic episodes of bipolar disorder. Many doctors are prescribing it to prevent from someone having a manic...
Author: Aaron Kelly
Personal Injury

Avoid Personal Injury from Dangerous Drugs

30th April 2010
When you have been injured because of the negligent conduct of another, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries. Personal injury law seeks to compensate victims for the injuries they have suffered due to the negligence of another person, bus...
Author: RyanC
Personal Injury

FDA Reports Recommend Pulling Diabetes Drug Avandia Because It May Be Causing Heart Attacks

26th March 2010
GlaxoSmithKline's Type 2 diabetes drug Avandia is in the spotlight again, drawing attention from personal injury law watchers. A recent New York Times article cited confidential government reports that say the medication can cause personal injury, harm...
Author: Wendy Moyer
Personal Injury

Are You Using PolyGrip Denture Cream?

16th March 2010
The PoliGrip lawyers are busy handling the lawsuit filed by consumers against the pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline for the severe damages caused by prolonged use of Super PoliGrip, a denture cream.Following the reports of health complications associ...
Author: Rudy Silva
Medical Malpractice

Yaz Blood Clots

24th December 2009
Yaz is a contraceptive that has been in use by a very sizeable proportion of women especially in the US. It is listed as the most popular contraceptive for many women today who wish to avoid pregnancy. However, like most drugs, it does have some side effe...
Author: yazbloodclots
Personal Injury

Does Fleet Phospho Soda Cause Kidney Damage

04th December 2009
Have you ever used Fleet Phospho Soda? Its side effects are potentially hazardous. You may have suffered rectal bleeding. You may have also experienced shortness of breath. The most harmful adverse reaction is Acute Phosphate nephropathy. Most victims sou...
Author: Rudy Silva

Gadolinium MRI

18th June 2007
Gadolinium MRI and risk factors for the debilitating disease nephrogenic systemic fibrosis (NSF) are currently being investigated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). An MRI with gadolinium is a type of MRI that uses a contrast agent with special ma...
Author: Steve Fields