Litigation Sites

This page contains links to General legal information available on the Internet. It includes links to litigation information involving: hip replacement implants, latex allergy, automotive peeling paint, abortion rights, Walmart, Firearms, toxic torts, carpal tunnel, Americans with Disabilities Act, Automobile collisions, products liability, insurance, Beryllium exposure, DOJ Class Action, Elder law, vinyl Chloride, breast implant, tobacco, and more.

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Sites Devoted to Litigation Information

COX-2 Drug Litigation

Propulsid Litigation

Diet Drug Litigation

On September 15, 1997 the Food and Drug Administration announced the voluntary market withdrawal of Fenfluramine and Dexfenfluramine (Fen-Phen). This recall was prompted cases reported to the FDA of a valvular disease occurring in women taking a combination of fenfluramine and phentermine ("fen-phen" combination therapy) or fen-phen alone.

Fosamax (Merck)Litigation

Fosamax is a bisphosphonate manufactured by Merck & Co. that is used to slow down, prevent and/or treat osteoporosis. Fosamax belongs to a class of drugs (bisphosphonates) that also includes Actonel (Proctor and Gamble), Boniva (Roche Pharmaceuticals), Aredia (Novartis), and Zometa (Novartis). ONJ (osteonecrosis) which involves a dead or rotting jawbone may been linked to the use of bisphosphonates and is having an impact on litigation brought against the makers of bisphosphonates.

Credit Card Abuses and Litigation

DES Drug Victim Support and Litigation Information

Securites Litigation

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Tobacco Litigation

Breast Implant Litigation Sites

Vinyl Chloride Litigation

Elder Law Issues and Litigation

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Americans with Disabilities Suits and Law

DOJ Class Action in Federal Claims Court

Beryllium Exposure and Disease Site

Products Liability

Insurance Litigation

Automobile Collisions

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Americans With Disabilities Act Litigation

Carpal Tunnel and Workers Compensation

Toxic Torts

Firearms Litigation


Abortion Rights

Automotive Peeling Paint Litigation

Latex Allergy Litigation Site

Hip Replacement Implant Litigation

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