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New Cases Filed Against the Manufacturer of the Mirena IUD

Back in the 1970s, a lot of women were excited when the first intrauterine devices came out. It seemed to provide worry-free contraception without the need to take pills every day. They were supposed to be pain free as well. The first popular IUD was the Dalkon...

What Kind of Injuries Qualify for Mass Tort Litigation?

If you get into a car accident, you’ll call a personal injury lawyer. The same is true if you’ve been bitten by your neighbor’s dog. These cases are handled relatively quickly. They're usually settled within a few months of filing your claim. There are other types of...

Future of Punitive Damages in Mass Tort

Class action lawsuits and mass tort cases are known for punitive damages. Mass tort lawyers file suit against large companies that are causing harm to a large number of people. Usually, this behavior is reprehensible. The juries in these cases want to punish the...

What Things Can Delay a Mass Tort Settlement Payout?

If you or your loved one are injured by a dangerous drug or defective medical device, you may file a mass tort claim for a settlement payout. Mass tort lawyers handle dozens of these claims at once. Depending on the type of product involved, there could be hundreds or...

What is Lawsuit Lending and How is it Regulated?

You’ve probably seen the commercials for these places. There are companies who lend you money based on the fact that you have a personal injury case pending. They tend to prey on people who are members of a mass tort action because they’re so easy to identify. These...

Mass Tort Cases Being Filed Against Opioid Manufacturers

It’s impossible to watch the news these days without hearing about the opioid crisis. People are dying from opioid overdoses at the rate of over 150 per day. And nobody is safe. We’re seeing an entirely new crop of addicts. These are people who, years ago, would never...

How is Expert Testimony Evaluated for Mass Tort Cases?

People injured by products and medications every day. With so many new drugs on the market, it’s hard to keep track of which ones are safe and which aren’t. As consumers and patients, we trust that our products are safe. We have no reason not to. We trust that our...

What You Need to Know About Xeljanz Lawsuits

About six years ago, the FDA approved a new drug called Xeljanz. It was intended to treat a condition called rheumatoid arthritis. People who had rheumatoid arthritis suffer from debilitating pain and stiffness in their joints. Many are eager for any medication that...

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