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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.
Diabetes drug Invokana has been linked to diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA), kidney problems, pancreatitis, cardiovascular risks, and bone fractures.
Talc products like Johnson's Baby Powder have been linked to ovarian cancer. Hundreds of women have filed lawsuits against Johnson & Johnson.
The 3T heater-cooler helps regulate the temperatures of patients during invasive surgery, but research shows it can also expose them to deadly bacterial infections.
Temporary hair loss is common during chemotherapy, but permanent hair loss may be more common with Taxotere than with other types of chemo drugs.
Xarelto is marketed as being easier to use than the older blood thinner warfarin. But ads fail to mention that Xarelto can cause uncontrolled, irreversible bleeding.
The antipsychotic drug Risperdal can cause boys to develop female breast tissue (gynecomastia). Many have filed lawsuits against drug maker Johnson & Johnson.
The blood thinner Pradaxa did not have an antidote for its bleeding events until 2015, leading to hundreds of casualties.
The hair loss drug Propecia can cause lasting sexual side effects in men, even after they have discontinued its use. As a result, many have filed lawsuits against drugmaker Merck.
The blood thinner Eliquis (apixaban) is linked to serious, potentially fatal bleeding that that cannot be reversed with an antidote.
Many victims of America's opioid epidemic are filing lawsuits against physicians, pharmacists, and drug wholesalers, claiming the defendants caused their addictions.
Data breaches often lead to identity theft and financial losses. They have become increasingly common in recent years, and can lead to major lawsuits.
Monsanto’s Roundup has been shown to cause cancer. Farmers and gardeners diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma are filing lawsuits against the company.
Companies manufactured and used asbestos, a known carcinogen, for decades. Millions have since developed the fatal cancer mesothelioma.
At best, cast iron pipes will last for roughly 50 years. Homeowners faced with leaking pipes though are now being denied compensation from insurance companies.
Some Samsung Galaxy phones have faulty batteries that can overheat and even explode. Samsung has recalled the Galaxy Note 7 and now faces lawsuits over the issue.
Furniture tip-overs send 40,000 people to the ER every year: 25,000 of them are children. Many file lawsuits against manufacturers alleging negligence or wrongful death.
Many keratin hair products fail to contain keratin and do not produce noticeable hair benefits—deceiving consumers into paying more for ineffective products.
DePuy recently issued a Class I recall of its Synthes Radial Head Prosthesis System, an elbow implant that can cause serious complications for patients.
Power morcellators—medical devices resembling hand-held blenders that are used for minimally-invasive surgical procedures—may spread and worsen cancer in women.
The Essure permanent birth control system is linked to thousands of injuries and hundreds of deaths. The FDA has ordered Essure to carry a "black box" warning.
Inferior vena cava (IVC) filters are devices designed to keep blood clots from reaching the heart and lungs. However, the filters have been linked to severe complications.
The Bair Hugger patient warming device may stir up contaminants during surgery, leading to deep joint infections, lengthy recoveries, and other complications.
Transvaginal surgical mesh, used to treat conditions associated with pelvic muscle weakness in women, is associated with serious complications and the need for revision surgery.
Takata airbags contain a volatile chemical that can cause airbags to explode during deployment, spraying shrapnel into the cabin and harming occupants.
Uber is the target of class action lawsuits that argue drivers should be classified as employees--not independent contractors--and entitled to worker benefits.
Volkswagen TDI vehicles were supposed to deliver great performance and low pollution, but VW cheated on emissions tests, spawning lawsuits by VW owners.
Self-driving cars are marketed as a safer alternative to human drivers. But the new technology has been linked to fatal crashes after failing to detect oncoming vehicles.
Defective GM ignition switches can move out of position and cause vehicles to lose power while they're moving. The switches are blamed for hundreds of deaths and injuries.
Many Continental airbags have a defect that causes the airbag to malfunction, potentially injuring drivers. Victims seek compensation for accident injuries and financial losses.
Drivers across America have filed a class action lawsuit against Toyota over vehicles with defective engines that burn excessive amounts of oil.
Whistleblowers can earn financial rewards for reporting fraud in many industries, including healthcare, defense, Big Pharma, manufacturing, education, and finance.
The Fair Labor Standards Act as well as state laws provide workers with minimum wage and overtime protections. Find out what rights workers have and how a lawsuit can recover back wages.
Workers improperly classified as independent contractors are denied important legal protections and job-based benefits. Learn more about this growing problem in the American economy.
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