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Co-Lead attorney for plaintiffs. Manufacturer of type 2 diabetes medicine failed to warn consumers about risk of bladder cancer.
Corn seed manufacturers sold the product to farmers who were unaware that the seed failed to meet Chinese requirements for market distribution, rendering its production value much lower than expected and plunging corn value and futures.
Co-Lead attorney for plaintiffs. Manufacturer of blood-thinner failed to warn consumers of risks of severe bleeding events.
Settlement for individuals injured by nonsteriodial antiinflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) when manufacturer failed to warn of life-threatening side effects. consumers about risk of bladder cancer.
Toxic tort filed on behalf of individuals exposed to dangerous toxic materials
Settlements for individuals diagnosed with diabetes after manufacturer did not warn of this risk associated with their anti-psychotic medication.
Settlements for children born with birth defects when the manufacturer did not warn that mother’s use of anti-depressants during pregnancy put them at risk.
Settlement for women experiencing serius and sometimes fata blood clots as a result of their use of birth control pills.
Settlement for women diagnosed with breast cancer as a result of hormone replacement therapy being used for treatment of the symptoms of menopause.
Plaintiffs suffering serious gastrointestinal health problems resulting from high blood pressure medication.
Settlements for individuals severely injured by bloating medicine when manufacturer failed to warn of risks.
Settlement for a two year old boy who suffered a fractured skull and traumatic brain injury, resulting in cerebral palsy and cognitive injuries, after he was left unattended at a licensed daycare facility.
Settlement for individuals injured by heart surgery medicine when manufacturer failed to warn of life-threatening side effects.
Settlement for individuals injured by heart devices – manufacturer failed to warn of life-threatening complications.
Consumers suffering serious and potentially fatal injury resulting from SGLT-2 inhibitor diabetic medication.
Verdict and Settlement – multiple defendants. A married 38 year old father is diagnosed with bronchiolitis obliterans as a result of ten years of unknown workplace exposure to diacetyl, a toxic compound that gives butter its characteristic taste. Diacetyl leaves exposed consumers with a severe, disabling and potentially lethal lung disorder often referred to as “popcorn lung.” At the time of trial, the plaintiff was left with only 40% of his lung function and will likely need a lung transplant to save his life. After a four week jury trial the jury held in favor of the plaintiff and awarded him $2.6 million, four times the final offer of settlement by the defendant.
Settlement for individuals injured by type 2 diabetes medicine when manufacturer failed to warn of life-threatening side effects. consumers about risk of bladder cancer.
Two women who had hysterectomies and fibroid removals with power morcellators, which subsequently spread uterine cancer
Car accident resulting in fatal injuries to mother and injuries to child.
Plaintiffs’ injuries resulting from defective replacement hip complications.
Child suffered fatal injuries related to an incident that occurred at a daycare facility.
Settlement for individuals with tenddon rupture or other tendon injury when manufacturers of FQs failed to warn of life-altering side effect.
Settlement for woman who fell down a staircase at a Bed & Breakfast and required surgery to repair injures to her wrist and forearm.
Settlement for individuals injured by defective hips.
Pharmaceutical malpractice resulting in bodily injuries to the patient.
Dog bite resulting in physical and mental injuries to victim.
Auto accident with an uninsured driver resulting in injury and/or property damage.
Personal injury resulting in serious shoulder injury.
Motorcycle accident resulting in injury and property damage to motorcyclist.
Slip and fall injury suffered by plaintiff at no fault of their own.
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