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Patients Seek Compensation for Peripheral Neuropathy Caused by Fluoroquinolone Drugs Levaquin, Cipro and Avelox
Peripheral neuropathy is a health condition associated with damage to the nerves that connect the brain and spinal column to the rest of the body. Individuals who suffer from peripheral neuropathy usually experience symptoms in their hands or feet, including tingling, numbness, and sharp or burning pain. However, peripheral neuropathy can attack any part of the body, including glands, organs, and the digestive tract. In extreme cases, the condition may cause permanent injuries, including muscle weakness that leads to paralysis.read more
Zimmer, the Indiana-based manufacturer of artificial joints, has recalled a key component of its Persona knee replacement system. Patients and their doctors have complained that the implant component comes loose, creating instability in the knee, ongoing pain, and the potential for further complications when patients have surgery to replace the knee implant.read more
Zofran is commonly prescribed to control nausea in cancer patients who are undergoing chemotherapy and other forms of treatment. More recently, it has been prescribed to pregnant women to control morning sickness. Both uses of the drug carry risks.read more
We’ve all read recent headlines about the use by life insurance companies of Retained Asset Accounts to pay life insurance benefits to beneficiaries. The insurance company sends a “checkbook instead of a check” and the proceeds are held for the beneficiary in a Retained Assets Account. The Retained Assets Account article that caused the headlines quotes Gerry Goldsholle at length on Retained Assets Accounts.read more