Personal Injury Lawsuits
Class Action Lawsuits
GM Faulty Ignition Switch
Lawsuits by GM vehicle owners and lessees whose vehicles contained defective ignition switches causing the engine and electrical system to abruptly turn off disabling air bags have sought retribution for injuries and deaths relating to these switch defects, which GM was aware of for over a decade and failed to report to the public and government safety regulators.
Individuals who suffered injuries and brought lawsuits as a result of taking the prescription blood-thinning drug Pradaxa, which has been linked to life threatening hemorrhages and fatal bleeding events, and is an oral anticoagulant prescribed to reduce the risk of stroke and blood clots in persons with atrial fibrillation (“A-fib”), to treat the symptoms of deep venous thrombosis and pulmonary embolism, and to prevent heart attacks.
Litigants who experienced medical problems after receiving a metal-on-metal hip replacement that resulted in soft tissue damage, bone damage, and/or systemic health issues due to the release of tiny metal particles being released into the human body as the result of the metal-on-metal movement associated with these devices.
Law suits involving low tech pumps used in cryo-therapy to circulate water through an ice chest and into a cooling pad which is then placed on an operative patient’s injury site, commonly prescribed by orthopedic surgeons and podiatrists after a surgical procedure, these Cold Therapy devices can become freezing cold and cause serious damage to the skin and underlying nerves around an affected area of the body.
Medtronic INFUSE Devices
Patients who underwent cervical spine surgery and experienced problems from a Medtronic INFUSE Bone Graft treatment and brought lawsuits to recover compensation for damages due to medical complications, serious and potentially life-threatening side effects, and to recover for medical bills, lost wages, and other losses.
Birth defect cases involve children whose pregnant mothers were exposed to a product or were prescribed or administered a drug that, without warning, caused complications to occur while their fetus was in development and lead to physical or mental disability, delayed development, other long-term serious health issues, and congenital abnormalities requiring treatment as well as short term or life time medical, surgical, and nursing care.
Transvaginal Mesh or TVM
A transvaginal mesh lawsuit against a manufacturer of transvaginal mesh devices brought in order to compensate women who have experienced damages including adverse side effects, complications, or injury from the implementation of a transvaginal mesh device meant to treat pelvic organ prolapse ("POP"), stress urinary incontinence ("SUI"), and other conditions.