Tag: Personal Injury Lawyers

What You Need to Know About Hernia Mesh Lawsuits

Blog,Health Problems | April 15, 2019

Hernias are a common condition in the United States and are typically treated through surgery with hernia mesh. Hernia mesh is a surgical product constructed of natural or synthetic materials intended to stabilize weakened or damaged tissues. While synthetic surgical mesh was introduced nearly fifty years ago, it became more prevalent in the late 1980s…

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What You Need to Know About Xelijanz for Rheumatoid Arthritis

Blog,Defective Drugs Issues Attorneys,News,Personal injury Attorney | March 19, 2019

Defective Drugs Issues Attorneys Xeljanz has become a popular Pfizer drug used to help treat rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, and ulcerative colitis. Although Xeljanz was approved by the FDA back in 2012, the FDA has recently released a safety communication about the risk of blood clots in the lungs and risk of death. “FDA is…

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Traumatic Stress Disorder is Real and Often Overlooked

Blog | February 20, 2019

Our own Jay Vaughn recently published an article about post-traumatic stress disorder in The Advocate – Kentucky Justice Association. In the article, Jay explains PTSD, why it’s often overlooked and what attorneys can do. Take a look at this excerpt: We are all accustomed to cases in which our clients have been seriously injured or…

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Too Much Testosterone? Nurse Practitioner Accused of Causing 2 Deaths

Blog,Medical Malpractice | November 30, 2018

Andrew Wolfson, Louisville Courier Journal Published 11:12 a.m. ET Nov. 30, 2018 | Updated 11:31 a.m. ET Nov. 30, 2018 To her friend and patient Thomas Hayden, nurse practitioner Karla King is a thorough and cautious professional. Hayden, 70, a businessman who lives near Owensboro, said the testosterone treatments she gave him at the now-closed Balanced Life Medicine…

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King sued for malpractice, panel unanimously finds her at fault

Blog,Medical Malpractice | November 1, 2018

 by Ashley Sorce Wednesday, October 31st, 2018 7:10 am in Business, Community, News Former Owensboro nurse Karla King pleaded guilty to wire fraud in federal court last week, but she is also the defendant in a medical malpractice suit filed by Deborah Blandford. Deborah, also of Owensboro, filed the suit after her husband, James A. “Tony” Blandford, 58, died of a…

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