You tried hormonal contraceptives for years until a doctor told you about Essure, a permanent birth control device that’s inserted into your fallopian tubes – no anesthesia required – to create scar tissue, which blocks sperm from reaching your eggs. Compared to surgical options like tubal ligation, Essure looks like a far friendlier option.
Doctors have known about the serious side effects associated with Fluoroquinolones like Cipro, including tendon ruptures and neurological issues, for a number of years. In response, prescriptions have tapered off, except in the most extreme instances.
Opioid overdose-related deaths have been a national concern for the past few years. In our own state of Connecticut, fatalities have tripled since 2012. Whether Fentanyl, prescription painkillers or heroin is to blame, cities that have shouldered costs related to Narcan administering and rehabilitation are now fighting back, filing lawsuits against major drug manufacturers.
The current opioid epidemic in the United States is the worst drug crisis our country has ever seen. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 91 Americans die each day from an overdose. Of more than 30,000 annual opioid overdose deaths, half are due to prescription drugs. Amidst this national emergency, the question has become: Who is responsible?
This content is for informational purposes only Trantolo & Trantolo is not currently accepting cases for this lawsuit. Please check in the future for any updates. Some prescriptions can be dangerous. Xarelto (Rivaroxaban), a popular anticoagulant manufactured by Janssen Pharmaceutical, is facing several lawsuits due to the risk of serious injury or death after…