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Talc products like Johnson's Baby Powder have been linked to ovarian cancer. Hundreds of women have filed lawsuits against Johnson & Johnson.
Companies exposed workers to asbestos for decades. Those suffering from mesothelioma or those who have lost a loved one to the disease may be eligible for compensation.
Florida insurance companies often deny or underpay water damage claims caused by cast iron pipes. But policyholders are filing lawsuits for the money that’s owed to them.
Did Bayer/Johnson & Johnson hype Xarelto benefits while downplaying its bleeding risks? That's what more than 5,000 Xarelto lawsuits claim.
The antipsychotic drug Risperdal can cause boys to develop female breast tissue (gynecomastia). Thousands have filed lawsuits against Johnson & Johnson.
Invokana lawsuits claim that Janssen failed to warn that the diabetes drug could cause diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) and other serious adverse side effects.
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.
Lawsuits allege that drugmaker Sanofi hid Taxotere's permanent hair loss risks while falsely and illegally promoting the drug to increase profits.
The companies that manufacture and market Abilify failed to warn U.S. patients that the drug could induce compulsive behaviors like gambling.
ClassAction.com is investigating possible Actemra lawsuits against Roche for failure to warn about heart, lung, and pancreatic side effects.
As a result of America's opioid epidemic, many addicts and their family members are filing lawsuits against physicians, pharmacists, and drug wholesalers.
The blood thinner Pradaxa did not have an antidote for its bleeding events until 2015, leading to hundreds of casualties and thousands of lawsuits.
Onglyza and Kombiglyze XR lawsuits allege that drugmaker AstraZeneca for years knew about heart failure risks but failed to adequately warn doctors and patients.
The antipsychotic drug Invega can cause boys to develop female breast tissue (gynecomastia). Hundreds have filed lawsuits against the manufacturer, Johnson & Johnson.
Hernia mesh manufacturers face lawsuits over their products' severe side effects, which involve the intestines, bowels, and abdomen.
Women nationwide are suing Bayer, maker of Essure permanent birth control, alleging that the device can cause severe injuries and that Bayer concealed the health risks.
Bair Hugger lawsuits allege that the warming devices stirred up operating room contaminants, causing surgical patients to develop debilitating infections.
Inferior vena cava (IVC) filters are devices designed to keep blood clots from reaching the heart and lungs. The filters' severe complications have prompted lawsuits against manufacturers.
Patients are filing lawsuits over Depuy's recalled Synthes Radial Head Prosthesis System, an elbow implant that can cause serious side effects.
Stryker Orthopaedics has produced several metal-on-metal (MoM) hip implants that do not function as they should, leading to recalls, revision surgeries, and lawsuits.
Patients are filing lawsuits against LivaNova, the manufacturer of the 3T heater-cooler, for exposing them to the bacteria Mycobacterium chimaera during invasive surgery.
Serious complications from transvaginal mesh have spawned thousands of injury claims and led to one of the largest mass torts in history.
Companies violate the TCPA by bombarding consumers with unsolicited robocalls and messages. These violations often lead to multimillion-dollar settlements.
Energy drinks have been linked to kidney failure, cardiac arrest, stroke, and death. Their warning labels are inadequate, leading to dozens of lawsuits.
In some cases, drone operators and manufacturers may be held liable for drone collisions that cause property damage or injuries.
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.
For many victims of sexual abuse by Catholic priests, their best hope for justice was the IRCP compensation fund set up by the New York Archdiocese.
A major breach of a backup database owned by HealthNow Networks impacted 918,000 consumers, most of them seniors with diabetes.
Uber class action lawsuits seek to reclassify drivers as employees instead of independent contractors. As employees, drivers would be entitled to benefits.
Safety regulations and laws are still being written for self-driving cars. But autonomous vehicles are already on the road and causing accidents.
Drivers across America have filed a class action lawsuit against Toyota over vehicles with defective engines that burn excessive amounts of oil.
Many Continental airbags have a defect that causes the airbag to malfunction, potentially injuring drivers. Victims can seek compensation for accident injuries and financial losses.
Crash victims and their families are suing General Motors for personal injuries and wrongful deaths caused by faulty GM ignition switches.
Victims of exploding Takata airbags are filing lawsuits against Takata and Honda, seeking compensation for cuts and deaths caused by airbag shrapnel.
Volkswagen owners have sued VW because the high-performance, low-emissions cars they were promised actually pollute at illegal levels.
Workers misclassified as independent contractors (instead of employees) may be eligible for legal action that can recover back pay, expense reimbursement, and other benefits.
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