Peter Angelos Law is investigating potential claims related to Paraquat exposure and a subsequent diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease. Studies have detected an association between Paraquat exposure and Parkinson’s disease. Paraquat dichloride (paraquat) is a chemical agent most commonly used as a herbicide by farmers, ranchers, herbicide applicators, groundskeepers, gardeners, municipal workers, as well as others.
If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with pigmentary maculopathy and other forms of vision loss and damage after using prescription Elmiron, we urge you to contact our pharmaceutical liability attorneys by filling out the form below or calling 1.800.556.5522. The FDA has recently withdrawn these medications from the market and you may be entitled to pursue legal action.
Peter Angelos Law is currently litigating cases against Johnson & Johnson on behalf of women who have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer, peritoneal mesothelioma, and other serious diseases after using Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder and Shower to Shower products. If you or a loved one used talcum powder products and have been diagnosed with cancer, contact one of our experienced products liability attorneys today for a free consultation.
Since 2010, the Food and Drug Administration has received over 1,600 complaints regarding Paragard IUD breakage, with substantial instances deemed serious. These breakages can lead to a number of serious injuries that have life-altering effects. Here, the product liability attorneys at The Law Offices of Peter Angelos discuss the impact of the ParaGard breakages, and how consumers may be entitled to financial compensation.
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Lawmakers Seek to Ban Paraquat Due to Links with Parkinson’s Disease Peter Angelos Law is investigating potential claims related to…
Since 2010, the Food and Drug Administration has received over 1,600 complaints regarding Paragard IUD breakage, with substantial instances deemed…
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