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Monthly Archives: January 2023

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Family Sues Care Facility After Woman Found Asphyxiated On Cleaning Wipe

By Green & Schafle |

An unsupervised patient with cerebral palsy was found dead in her bathroom with a cleaning wipe jammed down her throat. The family has filed a lawsuit demanding answers from the facility and intends to take their case before a jury. The lawsuit makes some damaging allegations amid government pressure placed on the network of… Read More »

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Lawsuits Filed After Hair Straightener Linked To Cancer

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A recent lawsuit filed against beauty products manufacturers alleges that popular brands of hair straighteners contain active carcinogens that can lead to uterine cancer. Since the product is primarily marketed to Black women, the majority of the plaintiffs in this lawsuit are Black women. According to the lawsuit, the hair straightener contains a chemical… Read More »

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Wrongful Conviction Leads To Wrongful Death Settlement

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A man who spent 25 years in prison only to have his conviction vacated on appeal won a wrongful death lawsuit against the State of Pennsylvania. The wrongfully-convicted inmate has suffered a heart-attack while in prison and was in his 60s when released. He was only free for a short period of time when… Read More »

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Can You Sue A Social Media Company For Product Liability?

By Green & Schafle |

Several lawsuits have been filed against Meta (Facebook), Instagram, TikTok, Snapchat, and other social media sites claiming that the sites prey on the psychological health of teens, resulting in a greater risk of suicide. In other cases, social media companies have been blamed for causing car accidents (Snapchat) and exposing teens to morbid content… Read More »

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If I’m Injured By A Dangerous Drug, Who Is Responsible?

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Right now, patients who have been prescribed the drug Elmiron are claiming that the drug causes a toxic buildup of plaque inside the retina leading to vision problems and blindness. This is one of the hundreds of dangerous or defective drug lawsuits that are filed against pharmaceutical companies right now. In cases where the… Read More »

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Vaccine Attorney David Carney Settles Guillain-Barre Syndrome Case

By Green & Schafle |

Vaccine attorney David Carney recently settled a Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS) case for $300,000 on behalf of a Kentucky man who suffered an onset of GBS within 30 days of receiving his annual influenza vaccine.  Mr. Carney’s client was a diabetic who required the annual flu shot based on recommendations from his primary care provider. … Read More »

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Family Of Woman Sues Doctors, Rite Aid, Over Opioid Death

By Green & Schafle |

Opioid companies have already paid millions to state governments that footed the bill for recovery and addiction services after these companies flooded the market with dangerous and addictive drugs. However, many of the personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits that have been filed in these cases have been filed against individual doctors. In most… Read More »

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Elmiron Linked To Eye Damage, Blindness

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In 2015, physicians in Atlanta started noticing patients who had sustained severe eye damage due to the buildup of an unknown plaque. The patients only had one thing in common. They were all taking the drug Elmiron for bladder issues. Elmiron is one of the few treatments available for Painful Bladder Syndrome, which is… Read More »

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