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Injectafer Hypophosphatemia (HPP) Lawsuits

Injectafer is an intravenous medication prescribed to patients with iron deficiency anemia. Scientific research suggests that Injectafer patients are at high risk of developing hypophosphatemia, a condition that can result in severe health complications.

Pfizer’s drug Dilantin causes Cerebellar Atrophy

It is alleged that the drug manufacturers of Dilantin (phenytoin)have known for decades that this drug could cause Cerebellar Atrophy, an illness that can cause severe and permanent destruction of the cerebellum and failed to warn doctors and patients.  Yet despite this knowledge, Pfizer and other manufacturers failed to warn patients about this devastating risk.

2010 Air Traffic Control Strike in Spain

On December 3, 2010, a large number of air traffic controllers in Spain went on strike. The purpose of the strike was to put pressure on the Spanish government and AENA—the government-controlled airport management authority—to come to terms on a new collective bargaining agreement. 

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Over 1 Billion Dollars in Verdicts and Settlements

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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