Tag Archives: Lawsuits

Should I file an Actos lawsuit

Actos is a type II diabetes prescription drug. It works by preventing the liver from producing more sugar and by making muscle and fat cells less resistant to insulin. It is available in different doses and it should be taken … Continue reading

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Should I file a Diflucan birth defect lawsuit?

Diflucan is an antifungal medication normally prescribed to treat fungus caused infections of the mouth, throat, esophagus, lungs and other organs. In more rare cases it can be used to treat a brain infection named meningitis or to reduce the … Continue reading

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Potential Organ Transplant Infection Leads to Medical Malpractice Lawsuits

AboutLawsuits reported last week on a pair of medical malpractice lawsuits that have been filed by the family of two individuals who received organ transplants. The survivors of both victims explained in their complaints that their loved ones received kidney … Continue reading

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Reno Crash Victims' Lawsuits Against the FAA Will Face Hurdles

The FAA was supposed to protect the Reno Air Race spectators by, among other things, assuring that the race course design was safe. It failed to do so. Do the victims have a right to bring a lawsuit against the … Continue reading

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Reno Air Race Lawsuits and the Assumption of Risk Defense

There are obvious dangers inherent in events such as the Reno Air Races. The victims of the disaster were undoubtedly aware of those dangers and attended the event anyway. Does that mean they should not be able to file lawsuits … Continue reading

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