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Questionable Drug Safety Reporting System FAERS


 According to a report by the Institute for Safe Medication Practices (ISMP), the FDA’s Adverse Event Reporting System (FAERS) is flawed and needs modernization. ISMP’s report is based on the analysis of 847,039 reports gathered over Read More »

THL Sponsors Taste of Edwardsville to Benefit Neighbors in Need


TorHoerman Law, LLC believes in giving back to the local community. This year we are proud to be a sponsor of the 7th Annual Taste of Edwardsville, which will be held on March 7th from 7pm to 9 pm at the LeClaire Room. Read More »

Federal Law Doesn’t Stop Plaintiff’s Failure to Warn Claims in Actos Case


This morning in preparation of the first Actos trial in Cook County, Judge Deborah Dooling heard oral arguments from both parties on Takeda Pharmaceutical’s Motion for Partial Summary Judgment based upon federal preemption. Ken Brennan of TorH Read More »

First Actos MultiDistrict Litigation Case Begins Today


Today begins the first Actos MDL case in the US District Court, Western District of Louisiana. Jury was selected on Friday and today begins opening statements in the case of Terrence Allen, a man who was diagnosed with bladder cancer in January 2011 Read More »

Main Street Community Center Trivia Night Supports Growing Community


TorHoerman Law is proud to sponsor the Main Street Community Center (MSCC) Tank Full Trivia event. All proceeds for this event benefit a door-to-door transportation program for seniors and the disabled in the community.  Read More »

Pradaxa…The Rest of the Story


A new study in the Journal of Cardiology refutes Boehringer Ingelheim’s claim that Pradaxa is more effective than warfarin, adding to the increasing information that leads us to ask – why should a well-controlled patient switch from warfa Read More »

TorHoerman Law – Four Attorneys Selected as Top Illinois Attorneys by Super Lawyers


TorHoerman Law has been honored for the second year in a row with a “Super Lawyers Superfecta” – four of our attorneys have once again been selected as top rated attorneys in Illinois. Congratulations to Eric M. Terry, Steven D. Dav Read More »

Bayer’s Diane-35 and Meliane Linked to Blood Clots – France Haults Sales


France’s National Security Agency for Medicines and Health Products (“ANSM”) announced today that swift action has been taken to halt the sale of the hormonal acne drug, Diane-35. Linked to the deaths of four women recently, the dru Read More »

Looking Ahead Waste War Looms as Cities Grapple Over Sites, Funds


The final of a seven-part series appearing in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch February 12 – 19th, 1989 By – Carolyn Bower, Louis J. Rose and Theresa Tighe of the Post Dispatch Staff Pictures include those from the original story as well as Read More »

Rediscovering 4 Forgotten Sites Government lost track of nuclear operations here and nationwide


Tom Green described Kay Drey, a local environmental activist, how he worked for 12 years as a truck driver hauling radioactive material in the St. Louis area. Green, who had been a smoker, blamed the cancer on radiation exposure from his job. As the Read More »

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