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Talc products like baby powder have been linked to ovarian cancer and mesothelioma. Thousands of women have filed lawsuits against Johnson & Johnson.
Patients suffering from mesothelioma or those who have lost a loved one to the disease may be eligible to file a lawsuit against asbestos companies.
Did Bayer/Johnson & Johnson overstate Xarelto's benefits while downplaying its bleeding risks? That's what thousands of Xarelto lawsuits claim.
Merck faces lawsuits for its shingles vaccine, Zostavax. Plaintiffs allege that Zostavax caused serious injuries like shingles, blindness, and even death.
Hernia mesh manufacturers face lawsuits over the severe side effects linked to their products, which involve the intestines, bowels, and abdomen.
More than 700 lawsuits allege that Victoza, Byetta, and Januvia increase patients' risk of pancreatic cancer. But manufacturers, plaintiffs allege, failed to warn doctors and patients.
Whistleblowers can earn financial rewards for reporting fraud in many industries, including healthcare, defense, Big Pharma, manufacturing, education, and finance.
Workers whose rights to the minimum wage, overtime pay, and other wage and hour protections can file a lawsuit against their employer seeking back pay and other benefits.
TDF drugs are allegedly linked to kidney and bone injuries. Lawsuits will maintain that Gilead withheld a less toxic HIV drug in order to maximize profits.
Some lawsuits allege that Novartis failed to warn of Tasigna's risk of atherosclerosis, a disease that causes plaque to build up in the arteries.
The blood thinner Pradaxa did not have an antidote for its bleeding events until 2015. They now face thousands of lawsuits.
ClassAction.com is investigating possible Actemra lawsuits against Roche for allegedly failing to warn about heart, lung, and pancreatic side effects.
Dozens of patients have filed lawsuits against AstraZeneca alleging the company failed to warn of Kombiglyze XR's heart failure risk.
Onglyza lawsuits allege that drugmaker AstraZeneca for years knew about heart failure risks but failed to adequately warn doctors and patients.
Monsanto's Roundup Weed and Grass Killer may cause non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. Farmers and gardeners diagnosed with cancer may be eligible for compensation.
When a data breach occurs, consumers may be able to unite and file a class action lawsuit against the company that failed to protect their information.
Dicamba is an herbicide that may be able to move offsite, damaging crops. Many farmers have filed lawsuits against manufacturers.
In some cases, drone operators and manufacturers may be held liable for drone collisions that cause property damage or injuries.
When companies fail to invest in cybersecurity and are infected with a preventable strain of ransomware, they may be liable for damages suffered by those who were impacted.
Florida insurance companies often deny or underpay water damage claims caused by cast iron pipes. But policyholders may file lawsuits for the money they're owed.
Bone cement manufacturers are being sued for allegedly designing a product linked to pulmonary embolism, cardiac arrest, and the loosening of joint replacements.
Women nationwide are suing Bayer, maker of Essure permanent birth control, alleging that the device caused severe injuries and that Bayer concealed the health risks.
Stryker Orthopaedics has produced several metal-on-metal (MoM) hip implants that may not function as they should, leading to recalls, revision surgeries, and lawsuits.
Patients are filing lawsuits over Depuy's recalled Synthes Radial Head Prosthesis System, an elbow implant that may cause serious side effects.
The FDA warns that neurovascular stent-assisted coiling isn't safe for everyone. Patients who suffered a stroke during or after the procedure may be eligible to file a lawsuit.
Lawsuits allege that DePuy's ATTUNE knee implants have a high failure rate, requiring some patients to undergo revision surgery in less than two years.
Inferior vena cava (IVC) filters are designed to keep blood clots from reaching the heart and lungs. But complications have prompted lawsuits against manufacturers.
Victims of exploding Takata airbags are filing lawsuits against Takata, seeking compensation for bruises, burns, cuts, and deaths caused by defective airbags.
Crash victims and their families are suing General Motors for personal injuries and wrongful deaths allegedly caused by faulty GM ignition switches.
Continental airbags may have a defect that can cause the airbag to malfunction, injuring drivers. Victims can seek compensation for injuries and financial losses.
Self-driving cars are already on the roads and causing accidents even though safety regulations and laws are still being developed.
Drivers across America filed a class action lawsuit against Toyota over vehicles with defective engines that burn excessive amounts of oil.
Volkswagen owners have sued VW because the high-performance, low-emissions cars they were promised may actually pollute at illegal levels.
Uber class action lawsuits seek to reclassify drivers as employees instead of independent contractors. As employees, drivers would be entitled to benefits.
For many victims of sexual abuse by Catholic priests, their best hope for justice may be filing a lawsuit against the Catholic Church.
Attorneys are exploring legal action against the Boy Scouts of America for cases in which it may have failed to prevent child abuse by scoutmasters.
Victims who were sexually abused as children by Jehovah's Witness congregation members may be able to seek legal justice.
9/11 survivors who lived or worked near Ground Zero and have recently been diagnosed with cancer or a respiratory illness may be eligible for compensation.
Californians who were severely injured or who lost their homes or businesses as a result of the Atlas and Tubbs wildfires may be eligible to file a lawsuit.
Workers misclassified as independent contractors may be eligible for lawsuits that can recover back pay, expense reimbursement, and other benefits.
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