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David Carney

Vaccine Injury Compensation Program Claims

Vaccines help protect millions of Americans against deadly diseases every year. Most people will experience mild or no vaccine reactions. However, rare and serious vaccine adverse reactions can occur. When that happens, victims and their families may have a lifetime […]

David Carney

Reasons to Hire a Vaccine Injury Lawyer

A vaccine injury lawyer can assist victims of a vaccine adverse reaction with filing Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP) claims. Obtaining a vaccine injury attorney can make the legal process easier on the patient and his or her family, especially […]

Gregory Spizer

Xarelto Users May be at Risk for Internal Bleeding

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the anticoagulant Xarelto in July 2011. Anticoagulants are designed to reduce the risk of strokes and blood clots, but if blood levels are not managed properly, patients can experience life-threatening and irreversible […]

Gregory Spizer

Cleveland Clinic Dr. Warns about Testosterone Risks

Renowned Cleveland Clinic cardiologist Steven Nissen, MD is advising men to stop taking medication to treat low testosterone (low-T) caused by aging. In his recent article, “Why Your Low-T Medications May Not Be Safe,” Nissen warns men looking to counteract […]

Gregory Spizer

FDA Reins in Marketing of Low-T Drugs

An advisory panel with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) voted to impose strict new limitations on Low-T drugs used to treat men with low testosterone. Should the FDA accept the panels recommendations, prescriptions would be limited to patients […]

David Carney

Filing a Vaccine Injury Claim with the VICP

Vaccines save lives and prevent the spread of deadly diseases, but severe vaccine adverse reactions do occur on rare occasions. Serious vaccine reactions include severe and deadly allergic reactions such as anaphylaxis, autoimmune disorders such as Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS) and […]

Gregory Spizer

Is Mirena The New Dalkon Shield?

In the 1970s and 80s over 300,000 women filed lawsuits against the manufactures of the Dalkon Shield Intrauterine device (IUD). Now, in a new millennium, a new generation of women are seeking…

Jackie Fedeli

Five Year Lie: Energy Drink Falsely Claims “No Crash” Despite Watchdog’s Warning

A popular watchdog group told the makers of 5-Hour Energy that the “No Crash” claim was unfounded and asked them to stop making it. That was five years ago.

On January 2, 2013,…

Gregory Spizer

First NuvaRing, now Mirena: Birth Control Lawsuits Continue to Grow

Over the past decade, woman using hormonal birth control pills have been trading in their daily regimens for more convenient and more permanent forms of birth control.

Millions of women…

Jackie Fedeli

FDA Gives Obese Americans New Weight Loss Options

After the $3.75 Billion Fen Phen settlement in 2000, Obese adults have not seen many safe, FDA approved, weight loss options. Many have resulted to risky gastric bypass surgeries, which has…