Current Litigation

Our attorneys are currently representing seriously injured clients in cases related to the following drugs, devices and defective products:

3M Military Combat Earplugs

Military personnel who suffer from tinnitus and/or hearing loss are suing 3M for manufacturing and selling defective, dual-ended Combat Arms earplugs, which were used during training and in combat. The lawsuit alleges the earplugs did not maintain a tight seal and allowed dangerously loud sounds to slip through, causing serious ear damage. Read More

NCAA Concussion Injury

Many personal injury claims have been brought against the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and/or its conferences and member institutions, seeking compensation for players who sustained concussion-related injuries. Read More

Truvada (TDF) HIV Drugs

TDF drugs are linked to severe side-effects such as chronic kidney disease, bone density loss and fracturing. Biotechnology company Gilead Sciences, Inc. is being sued over accusations that it withheld a safer alternative to TDF to reap profits from booming sales. Read More

California Wildfires

Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) may be responsible for the November 2018 Camp Fire in Northern California that destroyed thousands of structures and took the lives of dozens of people. If you or your family suffered harm during the Camp Fire allegedly caused by PG&E, you may be able to file a lawsuit. Read More


Essure is a permanent, non-surgical birth control solution for women. It prevents pregnancy by inserting of a pair of metal and fiber coils into the fallopian tubes that cause scar tissue to form, blocking sperm from reaching the egg. However the device has been linked to thousands of adverse event reports that prompted the FDA to issue a “black box warning” and other restrictions for Essure. It spawned lawsuits alleging that Essure’s manufacturer, Bayer HealthCare, concealed some adverse reactions from the FDA. In July 2018, Bayer announced that it would withdraw Essure from the market by the end of this year. If you have been affected, then you may be able to receive compensation for any incurred damages. Read More


Recent research suggests that ondansetron—first marketed under the brand name Zofran—taken by pregnant women for morning sickness may increase the risk of cleft palate and congenital heart defects in babies. Read more

Hip Implants

It is estimated that over 500,000 people received metal-on-metal hip implants over the last 10 years in the U.S. alone. The dangers associated with these devices—which fail at an alarming rate—are well documented. The metal-on-metal movement inside the human body can cause the release of tiny metal particles, damaging the surrounding soft tissue and bone, and sometimes entering the bloodstream causing other systemic health issues. Failure often requires revision surgery to remove or replace the implant. Read more

Hernia Mesh

Hernia mesh products such as Ethicon’s Physiomesh Flexible Composite Mesh and C-QUR Mesh manufactured by Atrium Medical Corporation have been associated with dangerous side-effects such as infection, severe abdominal pain, intestinal blockage, migration, and perforation, as well as hernia reoccurrence and the need for reoperation or surgical removal of the product. Read more


Taxotere (docetaxel) is an injectable chemotherapy drug approved in the treatment of breast cancer as well as other forms of cancer, including prostate, stomach, head and neck cancers, and non-small cell lung cancer. Taxotere has recently spawned a number of lawsuits claiming that Taxotere’s manufacturer Sanofi-Aventis knew, or should have known, that the drug may cause permanent hair loss, and that Sanofi failed to adequately warn of those risks. Read more

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