Injury and accident lawsuits may take just a few short months to settle, but most take around a year. In complex cases, it may take two to three years to come to a verdict.
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Valsartan is an ARB (angiotensin receptor blocker), a class of drugs designed to treat hypertension. Effective at relaxing blood vessels, Valsartan is intended to reduce risks for heart attack, stroke, and similar consequences of high blood pressure.
If you believe there are too many civil lawsuits in America, you are not alone. In fact. A recent poll found that 87% of Americans believe there are too many civil lawsuits, going so far as to call several of them “frivolous.” But here’s the problem: over the past 20 years, civil lawsuits have declined by 80%. And in this time, personal injury lawsuits have also helped save countless lives by holding negligent corporations accountable for their actions.
On Wednesday, July 19th, a New York federal jury cleared GM of liability in a bellwether case involving an Arizona driver who rear-ended another driver on March 27th, 2014. One of six bellwether trials revolving around faulty GM ignition switches, this is only the second to be fully finished.
There are multitudes of defective and dangerous products on the market these days. These can range from automotive parts to toys and prescription drugs to medical devices, but all of them can cause horrible harm and even death. In this infographic, we outline some of the common types of defective products:
Nearly 40 million vehicles have been added to the existing Takata airbag recall and residents in Atlanta and surrounding areas should take particular notice.
In this exclusive video, attorney Robin Lourie explains why you can still pursue legal action if a drug that hurt you was approved by the FDA:
If you've been hurt by a defective drug in the Atlanta, Georgia area, please call Watkins, Lourie, Roll & Chance, PC today at 404-760-7400 for a free consultation.
During surgery, it's quite common for a patient's core body temperature to drop dramatically and dangerously. Keeping patients warm while under anesthesia is thus a significant concern for hospitals and surgical teams.
3M's Bair Hugger product is supposed to do just that. It's a forced air, single-use warming blanket that is wrapped around a patient during surgery. It keeps the patient's body temperature at a safe level.