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Former Players Say NFL is Stalling on Settlement Payments

by Staff Blogger | November 21st, 2017

Research shows that repeated blows to the head and resulting brain injuries may be linked to the development of brain deterioration and conditions like ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease), Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, and dementia. 20,000 former NFL players filed a class-action lawsuit against the league claiming that it hid the damages and potential complications associated with

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Stop the Bleeding – FDA Approves Praxbind® – Reversal Agent for Pradaxa®

by John Kirtley, III | April 7th, 2016

Pradaxa® is an anticoagulant drug used for the prevention of stroke, blood clots in patients who undergo total hip replacement surgery or total knee replacement surgery, treatment of deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolisms, and the prevention of recurrence of such events in adults. Clinical use of Pradaxa equates to over four million patient-years in

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Something to Talc About

by Christina Feller | March 24th, 2016

Every day we hear news of another drug or device causing injuries and often women are the victims. Women are more likely to use prescription drug medications than men by a large margin, 53.5 percent to 43.2 percent, and prescription drug use is rising steadily.[1 Drug companies are targeting women in every natural phase of their lives

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Can I Switch Lawyers Mid-Case?

by Staff Blogger | January 26th, 2016

You might think that once you sign with a law firm, you have to see the case through with them, even if you’re dissatisfied with their work. That’s actually not the case. You can switch law firms at any time throughout the course of your personal injury lawsuit. However, there are a couple of factors

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