The Supreme Court’s decision in Merck v. Albrecht recently published on May 20, 2019 was almost immediately lauded by Merck and defense counsel alike as a “huge win” for pharmaceutical companies.

Such is hardly the case, and in truth, the American consumer is the one who can declare victory.  Faith in our Supremes, where preemption

Mesothelioma has been known for decades to be the signature lethal disease caused by inhaling microscopic asbestos fibers into the lungs.  In fact, it has been well documented in Navy shipyard workers, underground miners, building construction and other such endeavors.  But now, with the discovery of asbestos in talculm powder, the very thing that women

            On a September afternoon in 2016, Benjamin and Kristi Reavis of Dallas, Texas were traveling south on North Central Expressway with their 3-year-old son and 5-year-old daughter in the sedan’s back seat.

While stopped in traffic, they were hit from behind by a motorist in a Honda Pilot and within seconds their children, safely belted

Plastic surgeons are noticing more and more women contracting anaplastic large-cell lymphoma (ALCA), a rare type of cancer distinct from breast cancer, in those that have received breast enhancement surgeries. In 2011, the FDA noticed this trend but stated that one’s chance of contracting the disease was extremely low. This statement has since changed as

St. Jude’s Medical, a newly-acquired subsidiary of Abbott Pharmaceutical, was issued a class-2 recall by the FDA for their pacemaker and defibrillator devices. These particular types of pacemakers and defibrillators are placed inside a patient’s chest and administer small shocks of electricity in order to keep the patient’s heart beating properly. Those recalled will either