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Different Types of Defective Products Claims

April 1, 2019

Suffering avoidable injuries as a result of a defective medical product is a dreaded result of a medical procedure that can cause immeasurable mental or physical harm to the victim. Here, the medical product liability attorneys at The Law Offices of Peter Angelos provide an overview of the different types…

Opioid Statistics Updates

March 21, 2019

The nation’s growing opioid crisis impacts millions of American lives daily, and while intended to be used for responsible pain management, opioids have led to an addiction epidemic due to their highly-addictive qualities as well as their over-prescription and use. Here, the pharmaceutical liability attorneys at The Law Offices of…

New EPA Regulations May Allow Companies to Use Asbestos in Their Products

March 18, 2019

Under new Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations, it may now be easier for companies to incorporate asbestos into their products. Here, the environmental litigation attorneys at The Law Offices of Peter Angelos detail the possible impact of these new regulations on the environment and society. Asbestos is a Known Health…

How Much is My Personal Injury Case Worth?

March 14, 2019

Compensation collected in a personal injury settlement is also known as damages, and the amount of damages awarded vary on a case-by-case basis. The personal injury attorneys at The Law Offices of Peter Angelos explain how much your personal injury case may be worth here. Personal Injury Damages Vary Depending…

An Overview of Birth-Related Medical Malpractice

March 11, 2019

Birth-related medical malpractice includes wrongful birth, wrongful pregnancy or any situation in which a doctor or hospital staff member acts negligently and causes injury to the mother, child or both. It is important to know your rights as a victim of birth-related medical malpractice and that you may be entitled…

What Happens When a Drug is Recalled by the FDA?

December 19, 2018

A drug recall occurs when the manufacturer of a prescription drug or over-the-counter medicine removes a product from the market. In the event of a product recall, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) plays a large part in the process, whether directly or indirectly. Below, the product and medical device…

Drug Watch — Lemtrada

December 17, 2018

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recently added a warning to the prescribing information of Lemtrada, a pharmaceutical drug used to treat serious multiple sclerosis (MS) cases, after it was found to increase patients’ risk of stroke and blood vessel wall tears in the head and neck areas. Here,…

House Fires and Asbestos Risk

December 17, 2018

House fires are a serious issue for homeowners and their families, and the threat is compounded when structures containing harmful substances, such as asbestos, become burned and damaged. Here, the mesothelioma and toxic tort attorneys at The Law Offices of Peter Angelos detail the risks of asbestos contamination in house…

Contaminated Blood Products and Class Action Lawsuits

December 13, 2018

While blood products can be life-saving tools for those with a variety of serious conditions, contamination of these products can pose serious, life-threatening risks. Here, the class action attorneys at The Law Offices of Peter Angelos discuss contaminated blood products and the legal recourse available to those who may be…

“Failure to Warn” and Strict Product Liability

December 11, 2018

Product manufacturers have a responsibility to adequately warn the public of any potential dangers the use of their product may cause. If a manufacturer is found to have failed to meet this responsibility, they may be held liable for any injuries their product has caused, as has been seen in…