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Recent Posts in Product Liability Category

  • FDA Issues Critical Letter to EpiPen for Failure to Address Product Failures

    In early September 2017, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) sent a scathing letter to Meridian Medical Technologies rebuking the company for failing to investigate and address component and product failures in its EpiPen products. The FDA cited hundreds of customer complaints that were linked to life-threatening emergencies in which the EpiPen auto-injectors failed to operate correctly. ...
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  • The Liability of Hospitals and Doctors Printing 3D Medical Devices

    The 3D printing process entails building solid, three-dimensional objects from digital models, using an additive process in which successive layers of material are assembled on top of one another to build a product. As 3D printing becomes more commonplace, it presents several liability questions for those injured by these products and devices. But when a doctor or hospital prints the device at ...
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  • EpiPen Defective - Recall

    Last month, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) alerted consumers to Meridian Medical Technologies’ voluntary recall of 13 lots of Mylan’s EpiPen and EpiPen Jr Auto-Injector products used for emergency treatment of serious allergic reactions. The recall has been administered due to the possibility that these devices may have a defect that leads to the devices’ failure to activate. Although ...
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  • Hernia Surgical Mesh Implants

    There are currently lawsuits filed and being filed on behalf of patients injured by hernia mesh implants. These lawsuits allege that hernia mesh can cause such adverse reactions as organ damage perforation, bowel obstruction, infection, and hernia recurrence. Furthermore, the lawsuits allege that the makers of these hernia mesh implants failed to adequately research these implants, failed to ...
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  • SPF Claims: Do These Sunscreens Live Up To Their Label?

    If you have purchased Banana Boat Kids Tear-Free, Sting-Free Lotion (SPF 50) or CVS brand Kids Sun Lotion (SPF 50), our law firm is currently investigating a potential class action lawsuit in Kentucky related to the mislabeling of their SPF power. According to a new study by Consumer Reports, 43% of sunscreens fail to live up to their SPF claim. The Banana Boat Kids Tear-Free and the CVS Kids Sun ...
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