Will My Drug Lawsuit Go to Trial?

Categories: Prescription Drug Lawsuit

When many people learn they have a legal claim and are preparing to file a lawsuit, they imagine having to take the stand to testify about their injuries and illnesses in front of a judge and jury at trial. However, the large majority of personal injury cases never reach the trial stage – instead, they are…

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How Much is my Bair Hugger Case Worth?

Categories: Bair Hugger

Corporate giant 3M has been manufacturing a product called the Bair Hugger warming blanket for years and marketing the product as safe for use. The blanket is used to stabilize a patient’s body temperature during surgery, which is beneficial for many reasons. However, instead of benefits, too many surgical patients have suffered serious injuries and…

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Do You Need an IVC Filter? 3 Things You Should Know

Categories: FDA Alerts

Inferior Vena Cava (IVC) filters are small cone-shaped medical devices that are inserted into a patient’s inferior vena cava in order to stop blood clots from reaching his or her lungs. The inferior vena cava is a blood vessel that is responsible for moving blood from the lower body to the heart. The devices are…

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How a Prescription Drug Lawsuit Works

Categories: Prescription Drug Lawsuit

Billions of prescriptions are filled on an annual basis and even more types of medications are distributed to patients in hospitals and nursing homes daily in the United States. When a pharmaceutical manufacturer puts an unsafe drug on the market or fails to provide the necessary warnings for a particular drug, the harm caused to…

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Did You Experience a Surgical Infection from a Warming Blanket?

Categories: Bair Hugger

Thousands of hospitals use the Bair Hugger warming blanket to help control the body temperature of patients during routine surgeries, such as knee or hip replacements. Unfortunately, these blankets come with the risk of serious infection in surgical patients due to the risk of contaminants from the room being forced over the patient’s body and…

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