Christopher Trejo alleged he suffered Stevens-Johnson Syndrome and its severe variation, Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis, after taking Motrin. Read more
We have written on several occasions in previous issues about Stevens Johnson Syndrome (SJS). A recent case puts in perspective how serious SJS is and how bad the effects are. Samantha Recki... Read more
On Nov. 18, 2014, Health Canada, which is the equivalent of the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) in the United States, issued a warning that the Alzheimer’s disease drug galantamine (Raz... Read more
An Advil lawsuit has been filed against Pfizer Inc. and Wyeth in a New York state court. It’s alleged in the complaint that Pfizer and Wyeth concealed for 30 years the risk of serious allerg... Read more
Lawyers in our firm are continuously being asked about what all our Mass Torts Section is doing. So we will again give an update on activity in the section. Lawyers in the Section will inves... Read more
The Pennsylvania Superior Court has upheld a $10 million verdict returned against McNeil-PPC Inc., a Johnson & Johnson unit, in a case brought on behalf of a little girl who suffered sk... Read more
We have again been asked to give an update on current activities in our firm’s Mass Torts Section. Lawyers in the Section have been very busy and are handling cases in several states in both... Read more
Because of the many contacts our lawyers are having relating to Mass Torts Litigation, I will set out some of the drugs and medical devices that we are handling. The lawyers in the Section w... Read more
Lawyers in the Mass Torts Section at Beasley Allen have been very busy lately in a number of areas and in several states. They along with support staff are currently investigating cases invo... Read more
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warned consumers last month of a link between the widely used fever and pain reliever acetaminophen and a number of rare but potentially deadly sk... Read more
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