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Vaginal Mesh

Thousands of women who received vaginal mesh implants to treat SUI or POP have demanded compensation for injuries allegedly caused by the products. Learn more

DePuy ASR

DePuy’s ASR Hip Resurfacing System and XL Acetabular System reportedly come loose, fracturing bone near the implants and causing pseudotumors. Learn more

Metal-on-Metal Hips

Hip replacement surgery is one of the most common joint replacement procedures performed in the U.S. Some recipients, however, have suffered debilitating side effects.

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Xarelto

Like similar “blood thinners,” Xarelto carries the risk of internal bleeding side effects. But Xarelto’s internal bleeding side effects cannot be controlled or reversed by physicians. Learn more

Benicar

The FDA is warning the public that the blood pressure drug olmesartan medoxomil—sold as Benicar and under other names—might cause an intestinal problem called “sprue-like enteropathy.” Learn more

Risperdal

Researchers have found a connection between Risperdal and adolescent male breast enlargement (gynecomastia). One 21-year-old plaintiff’s case settled on the first day of trial for an undisclosed amount. Learn more

rlg What RLG Will Do for You

The lawyers of the Rottenstein Law Group believe that you shouldn’t have to go through more trouble to be made whole again. After all, you’ve suffered more than enough already. The companies that made the products that caused you harm know it, too. They set aside money to settle lawsuits with their victims. But they’re not just going to write you a check. You need an advocate to represent you and your interests. You need the Rottenstein Law Group.

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