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Anti-Nausea Zofran Birth Defect Cases Consolidated to MDL in Pennsylvania

The U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation found sufficient evidence that 12 Zofran cases involving similar facts (birth defects due to taking drug during pregnancy) and a similar defendant (Zofran’s manufacturer, GlaxoSmithKline) and consolidated them to a single court in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, multiple news outlets reported. Zofran has been
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Low-T Lawsuits Continue to Add Up

According to a March 2015 article in Bloomberg, 2.3 million patients received a prescription for testosterone in 2013, about double the number that received prescriptions in 2010. The FDA approved testosterone therapies like AbbVie Inc.’s AndroGel and Eli Lilly & Co.’s Axiron, decades ago to treat hypogonadism, which is extremely low testosterone
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Settlements Reached in High School Principal Hypnosis Deaths

A Florida school board has agreed to pay $200,000 each to the families of three high school students who died following being hypnotized George Kenney, the former North Port High School Principal who hypnotized more than 70 students, faculty and staff, all without a state license. Following hypnosis sessions in 2011 by
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Athens Cycling Victim Will Receive $850,000 Settlement

ATHENS, GEORGIA – A pastry chef who was run over by a car while riding her bicycle last year will receive $850,000, the Athens Banner-Herald reported. The victim, Melinda Lampbert, was riding to work when a man drove out of his drive and struck her, pinning her below his vehicle until accident
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$26 Million Settlement Reached Following 2009 SUV Rollover Crash

In 2009, Scott Minear, of Marrietta Georgia, was driving a Jeep Cherokee with three friends to Glacier National Park when the vehicle was involved in a rollover accident and flipped several times. Minear was junior at the University of Georgia and part of a group of 17 Innovator missionaries who arrived at
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San Bernardino Jury Awards Murder Plot Victim $2 Million

SAN BERNARDINO – On Friday, a jury awarded $2 million to a man who was the victim of a planned murder for hire plot by his brother and sister. According to multiple news reports, in 2006, Erik Barajas and Stacy Nunez-Barajas, along with six members of the Mexican Mafia, plotted to kill
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