Our Attorneys Protect the Rights of New York Victims of Defective IVC Filters The IVC (Inferior Vena Cava) is a major vein in the human body which transports blood from the lower body to the heart. Retrievable IVC Filters are cage-like, spider-shaped wire devices purportedly designed to protect patients who are at a high risk..
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Carbon Monoxide – The Silent Killer Another tragedy is being reported regarding a potentially defective boiler. In a report by CBS New York, a 10-year old boy has died and his 9-year old sister remains hospitalized apparently due to carbon monoxide poisoning. Carbon monoxide poisoning results in multiple deaths and injuries each year. Often, these..
New York Benicar Lawyers Our New York Lawyers are Taking Cases for Patients Who Suffered an Injury or Illness While Taking Benicar In July of 2013, the FDA issued an updated label warning that the drug Benicar (the generic name is olmesartan medoxomil) could cause sprue-like enteropathy; a disease often characterized by celiac-like symptoms which..
As reported by CBS New York, 5 people were hospitalized following a Carbon Monoxide leak in Queens, New York. The exact cause and source of this poisoning is not yet known. In homes and other buildings, Carbon Monoxide(CO) comes from the boiler or furnace as a result of the burning of a fuel source. Carbon..
A British man sustained serious burn injuries when the battery of his e-cigarette exploded while in his pants causing them to catch fire. He sustained serious burn injuries to his leg necessitating skin graft surgeries and leaving him with permanent scarring. Consumer products have become remarkably safe over the years, but there is still the..
Once thought of as among of the hottest toys of the 2015 holiday season, hoverboards are clearly among the most dangerous, but not for the reason that you may think. Instead of causing the usual scrapes and bruises most associate with skateboards, hoverboards have been reported to catch fire and even explode while being charged…