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Archive for July 2018

California Man Files Hernia Mesh Failure Lawsuit

A California man has filed a hernia mesh failure lawsuit alleging that the makers of the popular hernia mesh product have a defective medical device on the market that puts patients at risk. According to the hernia mesh failure lawsuit filed by William K., the surgical implantation of an allegedly defective Ventralex ST mesh product,…

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Nursing Home Abuse Settlement Basics

nursing home abuse in texas on the rise

Although the facts of any individual case will determine what happens in a nursing home abuse settlement, a consultation with an attorney at the outset of a case can help give a better perspective of what to anticipate. A nursing home abuse settlement may include damage payments for injuries sustained by a patient who was…

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Most Common Trucking Accidents Can Be Prevented

Most Common Trucking Accidents Can Be Prevented

Common trucking accidents put victims, including anyone else on the road with truckers, at risk of severe injuries or even fatal medical conditions. Unfortunately, common trucking accidents can often be prevented and it is usually the victim who suffers the serious consequences of being hurt in such an accident. Common Trucking Accidents Caused by Drivers…

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Severe Bleeding from Xarelto Prompts Legal Claim

Severe Bleeding from Xarelto Prompts Legal Claim

A plaintiff has alleged severe bleeding from Xarelto in a lawsuit against the manufacturer Janssen Research & Development and Johnson & Johnson. Patricia H. says that severe bleeding developed as a result of taking the drug, but that she was never told about the dangerous risks associated with use of and how it could contribute…

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Invokana Warning Signs Might be Caught Too Late

Invokana Warning Signs Might be Caught Too Late

Those patients who are not aware of the dangers of amputations might not realize the Invokana warning signs that could indicate something serious happening internally. These serious side effects could lead a patient to have a leg or foot amputated. According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Invokana warning signs might not have been…

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Long Term Risperdal Side Effects Could Be Severe

Risperdal Risk Lawsuits Allege Side Effects Weren't Explained

The popular antipsychotic medication Risperdal has been tied to the risk of long term side effects. Long term Risperdal side effects have been reported in adverse patient event reports as well as in academic and medical studies. The Risperdal side effects could be especially problematic when they are prescribed to children and young men. This…

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Bard IVC Filter Lawsuit Stands with $3.6M Jury Award

Bard IVC Filter Lawsuit Stands with $3.6M Jury Award

A Bard IVC filter lawsuit has concluded with Bard being blocked from getting a new trial after a $3.6 million jury verdict came down. This verdict awarded in the Bard IVC filter lawsuit was handed down after a multidistrict litigation test trial regarding the safety of vein filters that are designed to capture blood clots…

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Tips for Safe Summer Driving in Texas

Tips for Safe Summer Driving in Texas | McDonald Worley

Being aware of the benefits of safe summer driving in Texas can help you avoid an accident. Staying safe behind the wheel begins with understanding the dangers of summer driving in Texas. Summer is one of the most dangerous times for people to be on the road because of higher volumes of traffic and more…

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Hernia Mesh Removal Guidelines Created for Patients

Hernia Mesh Removal Guidelines Created for Patients

In a new hernia mesh removal lawsuit, information came out that saving the physiomesh for the trial could affect hundreds of people who are currently suing Ethicon over the physiomesh product. Hernia mesh removal is one common side effect of receiving the implant to begin with. A Georgia court issued an order at the end…

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Nursing Home Neglect Lawsuit Alleges Boomerang Hospitalization

Nursing Home Neglect Lawsuit Alleges Boomerang Hospitalization

Government representatives working with Medicare are currently exploring the problems with boomerang hospitalizations for nursing home patients. Failing to give appropriate care to a nursing home patient could lead to a nursing home neglect lawsuit. One out of every five Medicare patients that are sent from the hospital to a nursing home end up back…

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FDA Approves Xarelto Antidote

FDA Approves Xarelto Antidote | McDonald Worley

A new Xarelto antidote, AndexXA, has recently been approved as a reversal agent for Xarelto and Eliquis. Previously, no Xarelto antidote existed, putting patients at risk of a serious bleeding event. The federal regulators approved the reversal agent after two years of uncertainty and delays.   Xarelto Antidote Could Stop Life-Threatening Bleeds   The Xarelto…

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