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Product Liability Case Leading To Wrongful Death
Defective and unsafe products and parts can lead to harm, or even death. When this happens, a product liability case can be filed. Berkowitz and Hanna LLC knows that...
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Family Sues Doctor for Medical Malpractice in Murder-Suicide Case
The family of a man who killed himself and his wife were awarded $8 million in a medical malpractice lawsuit against the doctor who was...
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Study Confirms Byetta, Januvia Pancreatic Cancer Link
A recent Italian study confirms the much-discussed link between incretin mimetic diabetes drugs such as Byetta, Januvia, and Victoza, and pancreatic cancer. The study, published...
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Injuries from Robotic Prostate Surgery may be Avoided
According to new research, doctors alert to certain warning signs may be able to avoid uretral damage during robotic prostate cancer removal surgical procedures. The...
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Couple Loses Son Due to Birth Injuries Suffered During Home Birth
A couple in Houston, Texas lost their son just before the age of 3 due to severe birth injuries he suffered during a home birth....
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Pharmacy Owners May Feel the Heat in Actos Lawsuits
Pharmacy Owners May Feel the Heat in Actos Lawsuits Actos lawsuits are starting to go to trial and Takeda Pharmaceuticals, the maker of Actos, isn't...
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Doctor Charged after Giving Liposuction to Transplant Recipient
A Manhattan doctor was charged with manslaughter and falsification of records after a liposuction patient went into cardiac arrest in his office where he performed...
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Jury Awards Highest Verdict Ever against State of Connecticut
Jurors in Bridgeport Superior Court awarded $25 million March 12 to a restaurant owner who was hit and severely injured by a state trooper going...
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FDA Warns of Serious Injury Linked to Stryker Medical Devices
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a Safety Communication March 15, 2013, for two products made by Stryker Instruments medical technology company —...
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State Fines Doctor for Wrong Eye Surgery
The Connecticut Medical Examining Board fined a Stamford ophthalmologist $4,500 on Feb. 19 for operating on the wrong eye of a patient with glaucoma. Dr....
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