AndroGel Wrongful Death Lawsuits Expand Across the United States

AndroGel Wrongful Death Lawsuits Expand Across the United States

Testosterone gel therapy, also known as androgen replacement therapy medications have been on the market for the past decades. According to widely available data some 2 million males have used low testosterone medications reaping in billions of dollars in profits for prescription drug manufacturers. However, recent evidence has shed light on the dangers associated with […]

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GM Cobalt and Saturn Ion Wrongful Death Lawsuits From Ignition Failure

GM Cobalt and Saturn Ion Wrongful Death Lawsuits From Ignition Failure

GM the major automotive manufacturer recently recalled a number of its vehicles for ignition issues, which have caused over 300 deaths. Our firm is currently investigating a number of cases made to our office in regards to GM’s failure to recall and there potential liability. Families of those who have been killed or those who […]

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Saturn Ion and Sky Ignition Switch Lawsuits Expand Across the Country

Saturn Ion and Sky Ignition Switch Lawsuits Expand Across the Country

Our law firm is actively pursuing claims against General Motors Corp. on a class action and single party basis for injuries resulting from defects present in the ignition switch system of certain vehicle manufactures from the year 2000 to 2009. The 2003 to 2007 Saturn Ion is amongst the Vehicles General Motors produced which contained […]

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New Foster Farms Salmonella Outbreak 2014 – Food Poisoning Lawsuit Info

New Foster Farms Salmonella Outbreak  2014 – Food Poisoning Lawsuit Info

Foster Farms trouble with quality control and unsanitary conditions in their chicken production facilities has resulted in a second  salmonella outbreak following the Fall 2013 epidemic which resulted in hundreds of hospitalizations nationwide. According to the newest reports from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) more than 500 individual have been stricken with Salmonella Heidelberg linked […]

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