Monthly Archives: February 2015

Jury In Risperdal Lawsuit Trial Orders Johnson & Johnson to Pay $2.5 Million in Damages, Southern Med Law Reports


Jury in Risperdal Lawsuit Bellwether Trial Awards $2.5 Million to Plaintiff As J&J Faces Over 1,000 More Cases in The Mass Tort Litigation Southern Med Law reports that a Pennsylvania jury has decided that pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson will pay millions in damages to the family of an autistic boy who developed size 46 […]

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Hundreds of Xarelto Lawsuits Have Been Consolidate to Federal MDL


As Xarelto Lawsuits Continue to Mount Alleging Uncontrolled Bleeding After Taking The Blood Thinner Over 220 Xarelto lawsuits have been filed on behalf of patients who allegedly suffered dangerous, uncontrolled bleeding due to the new-generation blood thinner, Southern Med Law reports. These lawsuits are consolidated to U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Louisiana under U.S. […]

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Hundreds Of Farmers File Corn Lawsuits Against Syngenta For Financial Losses Following China’s Ban of U.S. Corn Imports


Hundreds of GMO Corn Lawsuits Filed Against Syngenta For Purported Financial Losses Over Gentically Modified Corn Reports Southern Med Law The attorneys at Southern Med Law have learned through court records that more than 360 Syngenta corn lawsuits have been filed by U.S. corn farmers across nearly half the country against Switzerland-based Syngenta Inc. purporting […]

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Ruling Opens Door for Cruise Ship Medical Malpractice Lawsuits to Be Filed By Passengers


Cruise Ship Medical Malpractice Lawsuits: Court Rules Victims Have The Right to Hold Cruise Lines Responsible For The Negligence of the Shipboard Medical Staff. As more and more cruise ship passengers are getting sick or injured aboard floating cities people are looking for answers on how to hold the cruise companies liable. A resent ruling […]

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Alabama Nursing Home Abuse And Theft Charged Faced By Two Employees of Bessemer Nursing Homes


Attorney General Office Announced Charges In Alabama Nursing Home Abuse Crimes Against Two Bessemer Nursing Home Employees. The Attorney General’s Office announced on January 14, that two Alabama Bessemer Nursing Home employees are being charged with multiple crimes against two elderly residents. One of the employees has been charged with abuse and the other has […]

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