Articles by David M. Paris

​MTD Snow Blower Wheels: What You Need to Know

by David M. Paris | March 14th, 2016

David M. Paris, Managing Partner at Nurenberg Paris, explains the national recall of MTD snow blower wheels in 2006. Many of these products are still in the public domain today and their tires could explode, causing serious injuries to people using them.

Medical Negligence in a Cauda Equina Case

by David M. Paris | September 2nd, 2014

Acute cauda equina syndrome (CES)is a catastrophic medical condition which results in neurological deficits in the lower extremities and loss or impairment of one’s bowel and bladder function. It can result from compression of the spinal cord due to herniated disc, spinal epidural hematoma or infection. Acute cauda equina, as distinguished from a chronic form, […]

DePuy Johnson & Johnson ASR Hip System Global Resolution

by David M. Paris | November 20th, 2013

November 20, 2013 The DePuy/Johnson & Johnson ASR hip system litigation has taken a giant step towards global resolution. Attorneys for the corporations and the victims have tentatively agreed to a global settlement valued at $2.475 billion dollars. This comes nearly 39 months after the hip system was recalled, after 77 million pages of documents […]

Meningitis Infections Linked to Steroid Treatments for Back Pain

by David M. Paris | October 9th, 2012

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is coordinating a multistate investigation of confirmed reports of meningitis, in patients who received epidural steroid injections.   Health officials have traced an outbreak of this rare fungal meningitis to the New England Compounding Center in Massachusetts, which distributes a steroid injection commonly used to treat back pain. At least […]

Helmets, Motorcycles & The Right To Choose

by David M. Paris | July 11th, 2011

I began riding motorcycles 44 years ago at the age of 15. It’s one of those activities that I hope I can do for many years to come. I didn’t always wear a helmet. To be honest, I loved the feeling of the air blowing in my face and through my hair. Ohio used to […]