Personal Injury Articles
Takeda, the maker of Actos, has offered $2.2 Billion for settlement of all current Actos bladder cancer lawsuits. If accepted, it would result settlements patients with bladder cancer in the range of $275,000 per patient.
Pennsylvania has a two-year statute of limitations for filing a lawsuit to recover damages resulting from death. A death caused by the negligence of another can give rise to two different types of lawsuits under Pennsylvania law – a wrongful
The hard work of Attorneys Brendan Lupetin and Greg Unatin of Meyers Evans Lupetin & Unatin paid off when on March 7, 2014 a Pittsburgh jury returned a verdict of $6 million dollars on behalf of their client, Brand Marketing Group, L.L.C. (BMG). BMG was represented in court by its principle, David Brand, an inventor and small distributor whose company was crippled after a subsidiary of the world’s largest product-testing company, Intertek Testing Services, botched the testing of his newly unveiled space heater – the Thermablaster.
Originally Published December 19, 2003 Marler Clark, Attorneys At Law, LLP, PS Wilmington, Delaware-Marler Clark, Seattle food illness attorneys, and Phillips, Goldman & Spence, Wilmington, a Delaware bankruptcy law firm, filed motions to lift the stay of bankruptcy today in
Originally Published: December 3, 2003 By Bill Vidonic, Times Staff Writer Three lawsuits filed against Chi-Chi’s Mexican restaurant have been withdrawn while lawyers decide whether to hold the restaurant responsible, or also those who may have supplied the source of
Originally published December 2, 2003 Christopher Snowbeck And Torsten Ove, Post-Gazette Staff Writers A team of U.S. investigators joined authorities in Mexico yesterday, hoping to determine what might have contaminated scallions that were linked to a hepatitis A outbreak at
Originally Published December 2, 2003 By Robert Baird, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Staff Writer A federal lawsuit was filed Monday in Pittsburgh against four companies accused of distributing green onions to a Chi-Chi’s Restaurant in Beaver County. The lawsuit was filed on
Originally Published November 7, 2003 Marler Clark, Attorneys At Law, LLP, PS PITTSBURGH – Marler Clark, the Seattle law firm nationally known for successful representation of victims of foodborne illness, and Jerry Meyers, a respected Pittsburgh personal injury attorney, will