What Potential Long Term Consequences Could Zantac Cause?
Maybe you’ve heard of lawsuits against the manufacturer of the dangerous drug Zantac. You’ve taken Zantac in the past and you’re wondering whether you’re at risk from using a defective drug. Zantac (ranitidine), a popular over-the-counter antacid drug was recalled by the FDA in 2019 due to a link between the drug and the cancer-causing… read moreRead More
Zantac Injury Lawsuits: What’s NDMA?
By now, the story is predictable. A trusted drug, previously approved by the FDA, now found to cause unspeakable harm. Drugs used to treat obesity, later found to cause heart defects. Drugs used for pain relief later found to be addictive and deadly. Birth control implants that cause internal damage. Then, the familiar lawsuits against… read moreRead More
Defective 3M Earplugs Associated With Tinnitus in Military Veterans
When you’re in the military, you can be exposed to some incredibly harmful levels of noise. Between weapon systems and explosions, many believe that individuals in the military are exposed to the “most intense sounds that can be found in any occupation.” That’s why, as part of their standard-issue equipment, servicemen and servicewomen receive earplugs…. read moreRead More
Depositions Reveal No Proof 3M Warned Military of Earplug Defect and Fix
More and more military veterans are filing lawsuits against 3M, alleging that the company knowingly sold the military defective earplugs. In turn, the veterans claim that they have sustained significant injuries – ranging from tinnitus to complete hearing loss. Despite the fact that 3M agreed to pay more than $9.1 million to the government to… read moreRead More
Federal Judge Considering Competing Motions in 3M Injury Case
Thousands of lawsuits accuse 3M of selling defective earplugs to the United States military. Now a federal court judge in Pensacola, Florida is being asked to weigh in on the matter. Both 3M and the plaintiff in one case have filed motions for summary judgment. Essentially, this is a request to have the judge end… read moreRead More
Criminal Penalties in Opioid Cases
The growing use and addition of opioids has been declared an epidemic. The rate of hospitalizations, deaths, and arrests relating to the drug continues to grow exponentially. There have been efforts to combat this by both the federal government and states by limiting opioid prescriptions, monitoring and even suing some pharmaceutical companies, and giving harsher… read moreRead More