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Mesh Lawsuit Filed Over Hernia Repair Complications
Mesh Lawsuit Filed Over Hernia Repair Complications

Early this month, the U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation (JPML) began hearing arguments on consolidating lawsuits brought forth by patients who suffered injury stemming from using the C-Qur polypropylene surgical mesh. The mesh, which received FDA approval in ...

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Blog Posts in 2016

  • Wells Fargo Is Using Arbitration to End Customer Suits

    Earlier this year, Wells Fargo admitted it had opened thousands of accounts without the consent of their customers and publically declared a ...

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  • Time Limits to File for Workers' Compensation

    In order to be eligible to receive workers’ compensation benefits, you must be aware of the various time limits that, if missed, can keep you out of ...

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  • What a Workers' Compensation Lawyer Should Do for You

    If you’re an employee who has been injured in a work-related accident, you may be entitled to take legal action against your employer. Unfortunately, ...

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  • South Carolina Adopts "Divided Premises" Rule

    A South Carolina Supreme Court decision has ruled that under the “divided premises” rule, an employee’s injury is compensable if he or she is ...

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  • Handling a Deposition in Your Workers' Compensation Case

    At some point during your workers’ compensation case, it’s very likely that you’ll be asked to undergo a deposition. During this process, you’ll ...

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  • New Labor Report Calls for Federal Oversight in Workers' Comp Laws

    In a new report released by the Labor Department, “working people are at great risk of falling into poverty,” due to changes in state workers’ comp ...

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  • Understanding Our National Opioid Epidemic

    When most people think of "opiates," dangerous narcotics like heroin likely come to mind. However, over the last few years, a new kind of legal opiate ...

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  • New Federal Rule Will Allow Nursing Home Suits into Court

    This week, federal officials announced a new rule that will finally allow lawsuits against nursing homes that receive Medicare and Medicaid funding to ...

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  • Online Sales Lead to Increase in Dog Bites

    Amazon, Ebay, and other major online retailers have provided a much-needed influx of business for American delivery companies, including the US Postal ...

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