High Profile Tort Lawsuits
We provide educational information about tort lawsuits related to Bayer’s drug Xarelto and Johnson & Johnson’s Baby Powder.
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If you or a family member/loved one has used a drug or health product like Xarelto or Talcum Powder, there are various articles on this website that may be of interest to you.
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To learn more about Xarelto and Talcum Powder lawsuits read on
There have been a series of Xarelto lawsuits filed against the manufacturers of the drug recently.
A number of life-threatening complications – including uncontrollable bleeding, stroke and more – have arisen and if you have been on the medication you may be entitled to compensation.
Read more about Xarelto Lawsuits
Talcum Powder Lawsuits
There have been a series of Talcum Powder lawsuits filed against the manufacturer of that product.
Some women may have developed ovarian cancer. If you have had serious complications from talcum powder products – like Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder – you may be entitled to compensation.
Read More About Talcum Powder Lawsuits
More About High Profile Pharma Tort Lawsuits
Many large companies in the pharmaceutical industry have come under fire over the years for producing, releasing and marketing faulty products. When it comes to one’s health, that can have a devastating, life-altering impact.
In some of these cases, tort lawsuits have been brought against the corporations involved.
Tort lawsuits are filed when there has been a civil wrong committed – one party (defendant) caused harmed to another party (plaintiff). This can be through a party’s negligence, negative intentions or strict liability rules.
These can come in the form of class action lawsuits, where a single plaintiff represents an entire class (of people) with similar cases.
It can also be something like a mass tort or multi-district litigation (MDL) where several similar cases are handled individually in one jurisdiction, by a single judge/court.