Testosterone: No Help For Type 2 Diabetics

In the endless quest for quick and easy paths to eternal youth, many men have turned to testosterone therapy. This is not news, nor is the fact that men who decide to “T it up” face significant health risks. Recent controversy has developed over just what those health risks are; a recent study, funded by the National Institutes for Health seems to contradict earlier findings that the use of testosterone increased men’s’ risk for heart attack and stroke across the board.

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Granuflo Lawsuit News: A Tangled Web

It's no secret that tort (personal injury) cases are often complicated – even though this is a subject studied by every first-year law student. It doesn't help when a manufacturer is involved in litigation with a competitor that is using its own defective product. 

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GM RECALL DIMINISHED VALUE CLAIMS

LEVIN PAPANTONIO LAW FIRM INVESTIGATES GM RECALL DIMINISHED VALUE CLAIMS.  DO YOU OWN A GM RECALLED VEHICLE?  YOUR CAR MAY HAVE LOST RESALE VALUE.

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Attorney Rafferty Honored on Magazine Cover

The most recent edition of the Journal of the Florida Justice Association reveals a cover shot of Pensacola attorney Troy Rafferty and his wife Ashley as they attended the FJA convention in Palm Beach, FL, where Rafferty was installed as the Association’s new President. The Florida Justice Association educates trial lawyers and protects the rights of average citizens in the legislative process.

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Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuit May Become Criminal Proceeding

It doesn't happen very often, but when it does, it's big news – and can have serious ramifications for the defendant.

It's when civil litigation leads to a criminal investigation. For example, if evidence in a wrongful death lawsuit indicates that the defendant acted willfully, and these actions led to the victim's demise, that defendant could wind up facing murder charges.

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Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuit News – Across The Pond

While the number of transvaginal mesh lawsuit cases in the U.S. has now passed the 60,000 mark, incredibly, many doctors are continuing to use them. In most cases, these meshes are used to treat urinary stress incontinence (this method is widely called using a “bladder sling”).  Most doctors still prefer using “bladder slings,” which they still view as safer and more effective than traditional procedures.

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Stryker Hip Lawsuits – Over 1200 and Counting

The number of Stryker hip lawsuits pending totaling over 1,200. With more than 20,000 of these hip replacements sold and implanted in patients all over the world, this number is likely to keep rising.

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