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COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Lawsuits

With the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak spreading across the globe, sickening thousands and causing untold health and economic damage, legal action is one way that impacted consumers, workers, homeowners, and others who are seeking relief. Some coronavirus lawsuits take aim at individuals and companies that allegedly sought to profit during a time of crisis; others argue that greater care could have helped stem the disease’s spread. 


Zantac Recall Lawsuit

Zantac, generic name Ranitidine, is an over-the-counter medication that decreases stomach acid production. Recently the FDA recalled Zantac stating the drug contains unsafe levels of the cancer-causing substance N-Nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA. Sanders Phillips Grossman is filing lawsuits against Sanofi and Boerhringer Ingelheim for failure to warn about these dangerous and potentially deadly side effects.


JUUL Vaping Illness Lawsuits

Scientific research suggests that JUUL users are susceptible to a number of diseases and ailments, including lipoid pneumonia, popcorn lung, and nicotine poisoning—conditions that can lead to severe injury or even death.

Roundup Lawsuits

Monsanto Roundup Lawsuits

Roundup lawsuits claim Monsanto, the manufacturer of Roundup, failed to warn users of the increased risk of developing non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma (NHL) due to exposure to Roundup herbicide and its chemical components.

Textured Breast Implant ALCL Cancer Lawsuits

Textured Breast Implant ALCL Cancer Lawsuits

Sanders Phillips Grossman, one of the nation’s leading defective medical device law firms, is filing lawsuits on behalf of textured breast implant recipients who were diagnosed with a rare type of cancer known as Breast Implant-Associated Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma (BIA-ALCL).

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Actos - Takeda insists that it marketed Actos properly and that the drug’s benefits far outweigh its side effects, but the drug maker in 2015 settled about 9,000 lawsuits for no less than $2.37 billion. Plaintiffs say they — or loved ones — developed bladder cancer or other serious maladies after long-term use of the medication.
Yaz - Bayer has agreed to pay more than $1.69 billion to resolve an estimated 8,250 lawsuits alleging women suffered heart attacks, strokes, pulmonary embolism, deep vein thrombosis. The drug maker still faces more than 4,600 additional claims.


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