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Sometimes the drugs and medical devices you use to help you get better may come with serious or deadly side effects and complications. Drug and device makers have a duty to warn about the risks of using their products. But they don't always inform consumers.EXPLORE YOUR LEGAL OPTIONS
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We provide reliable facts so you can educate yourself about the causes of certain side effects and complications associated with dangerous drugs and medical devices, as well as the role played by manufacturers in connection with the harm. We also connect you with resources that can help you take control of your life again by pursuing legal options to hold those responsible accountable and compensate you for your troubles.More About Us
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IVC Filter Implants in U.S. Outpace European Countries, Study Says
IVC Filters are controversial clot-blocking devices. After FDA warnings, they're still used dramatically higher in the U.S. compared to European countries.Learn More
Judge Tosses J&J Talc Suit in New Jersey
After using J&J's baby powder for 63 years, a woman filed suit against the company claiming they knew of the ovarian cancer link. Her case was tossed out.Learn More
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