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Excessive Levels of Vitamin D Blamed for Deaths of Dogs

By Alan Goldfarb |

A number of pet owners are suing Hill’s Pet Nutrition Inc. claiming that their pet food injured or killed their dogs due to excessive quantities of vitamin D. At least four dogs either died or had to be euthanized due to vitamin D toxicity. A recall notice released on January 31st of 2019 admitted… Read More »

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Did Sneaker Failure Injure Duke Star Zion Williamson?

By Alan Goldfarb |

Thirty-six seconds into one of the most anticipated college basketball games of the year, star freshman, Zion Williamson, suffered a devastating knee injury on what appeared to be a sneaker malfunction. The situation is unfortunate for Williamson who is believed to be the top choice in the upcoming 2019 draft. It is equally devastating… Read More »

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Will ND Judge Dismiss Pipeline Protester’s Injury Claim?

By Alan Goldfarb |

In every jurisdiction, lawsuits against police officers are tricky. The state has what is called sovereign immunity against civil actions that allows it to severely limit a plaintiff’s recovery in a personal injury lawsuit. A New York City woman is facing an uphill battle in the North Dakota courts after she claims she sustained… Read More »

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Family of Florida Woman Files Lawsuit Against Nursing Care Facility After Rape

By Alan Goldfarb |

The Huffington Post reported that the family of a Florida woman has filed a lawsuit against the nursing home in whose care she was when she was sexually assaulted. The woman, who was described as “severely mentally retarded”, gave birth to a child while in the care of Pensacola Cluster, a health care center… Read More »

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Two-Year-Old Dies from Root Canal

By Alan Goldfarb |

The family of a two-year-old boy is suing Kool Smiles dentistry after the boy died during multiple pulpotomies. A pulpotomy is the term given to a root canal on a baby. The procedure is only recommended in cases where there is potential damage to the nerve. According to the boy’s mother, she began suspecting… Read More »

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Pelvic Mesh Lawsuits Criticized by Surgeons

By Alan Goldfarb |

Pelvic or transvaginal meshes are medical devices that are used to treat a number of pelvic floor problems including Pelvic Organ Prolapse and Stress Urinary Incontinence. However, a number of patients have reported severe complications with the devices that not only exacerbated current problems but caused new ones. In response, some states have targeted… Read More »

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Passengers Injured on Carnival Cruise Ship Now Suing

By Alan Goldfarb |

The passengers of a Carnival Cruise Ship that departed Port Canaveral in October of last year are suing the cruise line after the ship inexplicably “tilted” causing the passengers to lose their balance. There are currently three plaintiffs listed in the lawsuit who have allegedly sustained injuries to their knees, spines, and wrists, according… Read More »

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Jury Finds Passenger 99% Liable in Airplane Lawsuit

By Alan Goldfarb |

In certain cases, it can be difficult to get a jury to sympathize with your position. This is especially true when the plaintiff does not take proper precautions or heed the advice of those in a position of authority. A Miami jury recently found that a passenger was 99% responsible for their injuries because… Read More »

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Toyota Issues New Recall of Takata Airbags

By Alan Goldfarb |

Takata airbags are in the news again after Toyota issued a wide-scale recall of the automobiles fitted with the dangerous airbags. This includes over 1.3 million Toyotas across the U.S. The airbags have been implicated in 22 deaths and numerous catastrophic personal injuries that included broken necks, severe facial deformities and more. According to… Read More »

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Oregon Football Player Blames Coaches, NCAA for Rhabdo

By Alan Goldfarb |

Doug Brenner, a former offensive lineman with the Oregon Ducks, named his former coach, Willie Taggart, the Duck’s strength and conditioning coach, and the NCAA in a lawsuit blaming them for his rhabdomyolysis (also known as rhabdo). Rhabdo is a very serious condition that is associated with dangerous levels of exercise. While exercising, if… Read More »

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