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Q: Who is liable for harm suffered from prescription drugs?
A: Depending on the facts of your case, liable parties can range...
An Overview of the Recall
- Who: Medtronic and the FDA
- What: StrataMR adjustable valves and shunts
- When: from February 22, 2017 to present
- Where: worldwide
- Why: StrataMR adjustable valves and shunts can malfunction causing headaches, nausea, vomiting, lethargy, coma, and death
What is a StrataMR adjustable valve and shunt?
A valve and pump that’s implanted in the brain. It’s used to treat hydrocephalus, a medical condition where too much fluid builds up inside the brain. If left untreated (or improperly treated), hydrocephalus...Read More
Crash Involving Autonomous Uber SUV Raises More Questions on Driverless Cars and Product Liability
Last month a self-driving Uber SUV collided with a Honda CR-V at an intersection in Tempe, Arizona. The driver of the Honda was in the middle of an intersection as she waited to make a left turn across three lanes of traffic at a light that was about to turn yellow. After seeing that the first two lanes were backed up with cars, the driver began to cross the intersection...Read More
Inhaler Recalled for Improper Dosing... Read More
While prescription medications are usually beneficial, they can be dangerous. Your doctor is responsible for prescribing the right medication and your pharmacist is in charge of filling the prescription.
Delivering Justice Defective Medical Device Lawyers
The next Talcum Powder trial is scheduled to begin on April 10, just over a month after a jury awarded Johnson & Johnson (J&J) its first win in four St. Louis Talcum Power trials. Three of the four trials have resulted in plaintiff verdicts with juries ordering J&J to pay almost $200 million for their actions including their failure to warn consumers of the risks associated with talcum powder.
Lois Slemp – the...Read More
Nissan has issued a recall for 54,751 Versa cars from model year 2012. These vehicles have shown to have an airbag defect that may allow deployment when the door is shut too hard. According to...Read More
While any consumer product, medical device, or automotive part can be defective, some are more likely to cause serious or even fatal injury. The SlideShare below highlights some of these products along with the dangers they pose. If you or a loved one has suffered an injury from any defective product, please contact GoldenbergLaw online or by calling our Minneapolis office at 877-544-1757 to schedule a free consultation and learn more about your rights.