Current LawsuitsDrug and Medical Device Litigations
Manufacturers of drugs and medical devices have the responsibility to provide safe products to you, the consumer. There are times when this responsibility is not met and legal action is the only option for compensation.
SGLT2 Inhibitors – Invokana & Farxiga Lawsuit
Since the FDA warned of the connection of SGLT2 inhibitors and ketoacidosis, many Jardiance, Invokana, Farxiga lawsuits are expected to be filed against manufacturers of these drugs. These drugs are intended to treat Type II diabetes by lowering blood sugar levels. However, these drugs also cause a dangerous condition called diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) in Type II diabetics.
The FDA released their official warning after discovering 20 cases of ketoacidosis in Type II diabetes patients while taking SGLT2 inhibitors. The FDA urges any patients with Type II diabetes who have been diagnosed with ketoacidosis while taking SGLT2 inhibitors to come forward so the FDA can assess the risks of SGLT2 inhibitors.
If you’ve suffered from ketoacidosis while taking SGLT2 inhibitors, join others who are now filing lawsuits and help protect others from the dangers of ketoacidosis.
Studies have linked Viagra (Sildenafil) to an increased risk of developing melanoma, a deadly skin cancer. According to a study done by the Journal of American Medicine Association (JAMA) men who have taken Viagra increase their risk of developing melanoma skin cancer.
A women in Tennessee, Tina Stockton, has recently filed a Viagra lawsuit against Pfizer, for the death of her husband to melanoma cancer. More and more Viagra lawsuits will be filed as the public becomes more aware of the Viagra melanoma risk.
If you or a loved one has suffered from melanoma while taking Viagra, join others who are now filing lawsuits and help protect others from the dangers of melanoma.
Women who were diagnosed with an aggressive late-stage cancer after their morcellation procedure, are now filing a morcellator lawsuit against manufacturers. These lawsuits allege that the manufacturers of power morcellators knew or should have known about the risks of spreading cancer in the patient’s body, but they withheld the information from the medical community and general public.
If you or a loved one has suffered from cancer after a morcellation procedure, join others who are now filing lawsuits and help protect others from developing cancer.
Bayer and Janssen spent millions on marketing Xarelto as a safer alternative to Warfarin while downplaying the increased risks of bleeding without a reversal agent to quickly stop the bleeding. Lawsuits are now being filed with more to come against the manufacturers of Xarelto for downplaying the risks of bleeding.
Pharmaceutical companies need to be held accountable for their negligence and unethical practices that cause harm to patients and their families. Harm that results in lost wages, hospital expenses and sometimes death.
If you or a loved one has suffered from bleeding after taking Xarelto, join others who are now filing lawsuits and help protect others.