A growing number of women throughout the United States are pursuing Lipitor lawsuits against Pfizer, after being diagnosed with diabetes following use of the blockbuster cholesterol drug. It appears that more than 400 lawsuits have been filed in the federal court system in recent months, and it is ultimately expected that several thousand cases will be included in the Lipitor diabetes litigation. Read More
The product liability lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. are reviewing potential lawsuits for women throughout the United States who have been diagnosed with the spread of aggressive cancer following a laparoscopic hysterectomy or uterine fibroid removal surgery where a device known as a power morcellator was used. Read More
The watchdog group Consumer Reports recently issued a useful guide on reducing the risk of an auto accident whiplash injury, which commonly occur in rear-end impacts. Read More
A request has been filed in the federal court system to consolidate all product liability lawsuits filed over Androgel testosterone treatments, seeking to centralize the cases before one judge during pretrial proceedings.
The hypertension drug Benicar was on the market for more than 10 years before the first warnings were provided about the risk of sprue-like enteropathy. As a result many users have experienced chronic diarrhea from Benicar for years, often resulting in permanent gastrointestinal damage because the connection was not made between the symptoms and the medication.
Increasing evidence suggests that the drug maker knew about the risk, or certainly could have discovered the risk if adequate long-term studies had been conducted to investigate the potential side effects of Benicar. Read More
Individuals who have experienced problems following hernia repair surgery may be entitled to pursue financial compensation if they received Atrium C-Qur (“Secure”) Mesh, due to a potentially dangerous and defective design. Read More
The product liability lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. are now reviewing Benicar lawsuits for individuals throughout the United States who have suffered severe and chronic diarrhea or other intestinal problems that may have actually been caused by the popular blood pressure medication.
An increasing number of men throughout the United States are now pursuing AndroGel lawsuits, Axiron lawsuits, Testim lawsuits, AndroDerm lawsuits and other testosterone treatment lawsuits, alleging that the makers of these popular drugs failed to adequately warn about the risk of heart attacks, strokes, blood clots and sudden death.
Amid these mounting claims, a growing number of experts are also indicating that the warnings provided for consumers are inadequate and need to be strengthened. Read More