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When it comes to medical devices, the stakes are obviously high. While mistakes happen, manufacturers are obligated to test their products extensively before they become a source of serious injury to patients. At Huber, Slack, Thomas &Marcelle, we hold medical manufacturers accountable when their products cause harm.
Product defects are often the result of rushing a product to market without careful product design and testing. Sometimes, individual components are the source of the defect. No matter the cause, we have significant experience investigating defective medical devices and taking cases to trial.
If you’d like to discuss the details of a defective medical device case, please contact us. We represent clients in Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, and nationwide.
In the United States, pharmaceutical sales represent an industry with profits in the billions. Occasionally, complications can arise when pharmaceutical products are irresponsibly marketed, insufficiently tested, or incorrectly prescribed. The repercussions of dangerous drugs and practices can be serious and can include birth defects, illness, and even death, and can be eligible for substantial compensation.
At Huber, Slack, Thomas &Marcelle, we take pharmaceutical liability cases seriously—as they represent a breach of the trust we hold for our medical professionals. We are experienced in the field of pharmaceutical litigation and class action efforts.
Xarelto, or rivaroxaban, is a blood thinning medication initially approved by the FDA for the prevention of deep vein thrombosis. Today, it is marketed for treatment of blood clots and for stroke prevention and is portrayed as superior to warfarin. Xarelto can cause irreversible internal bleeding that can lead to hospitalization and death. If you or a loved one has experienced complications related to Xarelto, please contact us.
Actos, or pioglitazone, is prescribed to regulate blood sugar levels in patients with Type II diabetes. Long-term use of Actos, however, has been associated with serious health issues, including an increased risk of bladder cancer. If you or a loved one has experienced complications related to Actos, please contact us.
Zofran, or ondansetron, is intended to prevent nausea and vomiting in patients undergoing chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery. However, its unsanctioned use by pregnant women for morning sickness has been linked to serious birth defects. If you or a loved one has experienced complications related to Zofran, please contact us.
Testosterone therapy is widely and aggressively marketed toward men to combat decline in sex drive and other effects of aging. However, testosterone therapy may increase the risk of heart attack and stroke. If you or a loved one has experienced complications related to testosterone therapy, please contact us.
Risperdal, or risperidone, is an antipsychotic intended to treat schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. Some users have experienced gynecomastia[development of breast tissue in males] due to hormone imbalance. If you or a loved one has experienced complications related to Risperdal, please contact us.
If you’d like to discuss the details of a pharmaceutical litigation case, please contact us. We represent clients in Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, and nationwide.