FDA Approves New “Low T” Treatment, Despite Heart Attack Risks

March 12th, 2014 | Drug injury

All medications available to patients in the United States must undergo a rigorous testing and approval process to ensure they’re safe to use; however, medications are sometimes approved that are later determined to be harmful to patients’ health. The Ohio Drug Injury Lawyers with Nurenberg, Paris, Heller & McCarthy explain such medications include those that… Read More

Head Injury Claims The Life Of Ohio College Student

May 22nd, 2013 | Personal injury

May 22, 2013 A 20-year-old man has died as the result of a Traumatic Brain Injury he sustained while skateboarding earlier this month. Reports indicate the incident occurred on Saturday, May 11, just after 4:00 p.m., on Turpin Hills Drive in Anderson Township, just outside of Cincinnati, Ohio. According to Cincinnati News, the victim and his friends… Read More

Lawsuit Claims Maker of Zoloft® Failed To Warn Patients Of Birth Defect Risk

April 12th, 2013 | Drug injury

April 12, 2013 A woman has filed an Ohio Drug Injury Lawsuit against Pfizer, Inc., for failing to provide her with adequate warnings that taking the drug Zoloft® while pregnant could harm her unborn child. An article from Injury Lawyer News contends the baby was born on December 12, 2008, after the mother had been prescribed… Read More

Family Awarded $2 Million Settlement In Wrongful Death of University of Cincinnati Student

February 11th, 2013 | Personal injury

February 11, 2013 An Ohio Wrongful Death lawsuit filed against the University of Cincinnati by the family of a student who was killed in an incident involving a campus security guard’s use of a stun gun was settled earlier this week. A story from the Harold-Dispatch stated the case was settled for more than $2 million. The incident occurred… Read More

CPSC Issues Recall On Mutsy Strollers Due To Strangulation Risk

February 8th, 2013 | Defective product

February 8, 2013 The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced yesterday it would be working with child stroller manufacturer, Mutsy USA, in conducting a voluntary recall of its EVO stroller. According to a press release, the recall is being issued due to a strangulation hazard the unit may cause. The 340 affected units of the stroller were… Read More