Our Michigan dangerous drug lawsuit lawyers know you probably have many questions about prescription drugs and whether or not you have a case against the pharmaceutical company.
In the section below, we try to answer many of the questions we are often faced with from people just like you.
Of course, you most likely have a question that is specific to your situation and requires the attention of an experienced dangerous drug attorney.
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Does Talcum Powder Cause Ovarian Cancer?
Talcum powder has been used for decades as a personal hygeine product for women and babies, however, recent studies have indicated a link between talcum powder use and ovarian cancer in women. In June 2013, Cancer Prevention Research published a study that suggested women who use talcum powder had a 20-30% greater chance of developing ovarian cancer than woman who did not use the product. Addtional studies have found similar results.
Lawsuits are currently being filed against companies who manufacture products containing talcum powder. If you or a loved one has developed ovarian cancer as a result of using talcum powder, you may have a case against the manufacturer.
What's the criteria for filing a Taxotere lawsuit?
If you or a loved one was prescribed chemotherapy with Taxotere, you may be able to recover compensation for your permanent hair loss. Our legal team is searching for cancer survivors who meet the following criteria:
- Diagnosed with stage 1 or 2 breast cancer,
- Underwent chemotherapy as part of treatment,
- Taxotere was used in chemo,
- Hair loss occurred where hair has not returned and chemo treatment was completed at least six months prior,
- Must have photos of hair loss before and after, and/or
- Hair loss includes eyebrows and eyelashes.
Am I eligible to file a Proton Pump Inhibitor Lawsuit?
We’re handling individual litigation nationwide and currently accepting new Proton Pump Inhibitor cases in all 50 states. The criteria required for filing a proton pump inhibitor lawsuit includes:
- Patient took one of the following PPIs by prescription or over-the-counter for at least one year:
- Aciphex, and/or
- Patient diagnosed with new onset of one of the following while taking the PPI:
- Acute kidney/renal failure,
- Chronic kidney/renal disease, and/or
- Acute interstitial nephritis.
What's the Criteria for Filing a Testosterone Lawsuit?
Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) products for men have been linked to an increased risk of death, heart attack and stroke. The following criteria must be met for a patient to file a testosterone lawsuit:
- Must be male,
- Must have used name-brand TRT only, no shots,
- Must have had one of the following injuries:
- Heart attack,
- Myocardial infarction,
- Blood clot,
- Sudden cardiac death,
- Pulmonary embolism,
- Deep vein thrombosis,
- Cardiogenic embolism,
- Blindness caused by blood clot to the eye, or
- Other injury caused by a blood clot.
- Additionally, if injury occurred while patient was taking TRT, must have been taking TRT for at least one month when the injury occurred.
- If injury occurred after patient stopped taking TRT, must be no more than 30 days since discontinuation of TRT when injury occurred.
How do I file a Xarelto bleeding lawsuit?
Lawsuits against the makers of Xarelto have been filed by people harmed by this drug. Serious complications have been linked to this medication, including uncontrolled bleeding and stroke.
If you or a loved one has suffered from a Xarelto complication, such as internal bleeding, you may be able to file a lawsuit against the drug manufacturer. To review your case with an attorney, contact our law office so we can ask you a few questions about your Xarelto use and the complications you have experienced. If we believe you have a case against the drug manufacturer, we will obtain all of your medical records and start work on your case immediately.