Blog Posts in March, 2017


    On March 22, 2017, US District Court Judge Feldman of Louisiana, ruled in favor of the plaintiffs against a defense Motion to Dismiss the case in the Nexium litigation. This ruling confirmed that the Plaintiff’s sufficiently pled that the acid reflux drug was defective in formulation and that safer designs of the drug exist. The ruling also supports the claims that Pfizer, the makers of Nexium, ...
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  • Update on IVC Filter Multidistrict Litigation (MDL)

    U. S. District Court Judge Richard Young has recently released the IVC (Inferior Vena Cava) Filter bellwether trial plan involving Cook Medical (a medical device manufacturer). Two of the cases will be ready for trial by October 2, 2017. The third case will be ready by April 2, 2018. WHAT IS AN IVC FILTER AND WHAT IS THE BASIS OF THE LAWSUIT? An IVC filter is a medical device that is designed to ...
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  • How to Determine the Value of Your Brain Injury Claim

    Did you or a loved one recently suffer a traumatic brain injury? If the answer is “yes,” you may not be familiar with what proper steps to take. You may be emotionally overwhelmed with medical bills and knowing that you are no longer able to work and earn a living. However, if your injury was caused by the negligent and reckless actions of another party, you may be entitled to financial ...
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  • Don't Post About Your Injury on Social Media

    Social media has drastically changed the way we interact with other people. Whether we use to keep in touch with friends and family, stay updated on current events, or for business networking purposes, social media has a variety of advantages. However, it also has disadvantages. Sometimes oversharing on all social media platforms - such as Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat - and revealing too much ...
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