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Dodge/Jeep/Chrysler Airbag Lawsuit

Thousands may have been injured as a result of defective airbags and seat belts. Compensation may be available for injured victims

In one of its larger recalls, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will be urging owners of 1.4 million vehicles to bring their cars into dealers to fix an issue that could keep the air bags from deploying in a crash. The problem has already been potentially linked to three deaths and five injuries in accidents.

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Chrysler recalling 1.9 million cars and SUVs due to airbag and seat belt defect linked deaths

Individuals Injured as a result of faulty airbags and brakes in certain Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge vehicles may be eligible for compensation

The defects in nearly 2 million Jeep and Chrysler vehicles could prevent airbags and automatic seatbelt tighteners from functioning correctly in the case of an accident, Fiat Chrysler (FCAM) said. It did not disclose the maker of the faulty equipment, although other recent recalls have been contributed to Takata, a manufacturer that Chrysler chose to continue to do business with despite recent problems.

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Risperdal

What is Risperdal?

Risperidone, sold under the trade name Risperdal among others, is an antipsychotic drug that has been linked to severe complications and side effects in children, including growth of female breasts on boys known as gynecomastia.

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Xarelto and Pradaxa Victims Encouraged by Previous Pradaxa Settlement

Xarelto and Pradaxa Victims Encouraged by Previous Pradaxa Settlement

As victims of severe bleeding complications from Xarelto and Pradaxa await their day in court, their spirits may be buoyed by the more than $650 million in settlements Boehringer Ingelheim agreed to pay in 2014, to resolve thousands of Pradaxa lawsuits brought against the company on behalf of former users throughout the United States.

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FDA Approval of Pradaxa Reversal Agent is Too Late for Many Bleeding Victims

FDA Approval of Pradaxa Reversal Agent is Too Late for Many Internal Bleeding Victims

In October 2015, after 5 years on the market, Federal drug regulators approved a reversal agent for the blood thinner Pradaxa, but the antidote comes too late for many former Pradaxa users who suffered severe bleeding complications while taking the controversial anticoagulant medication, which has been linked to thousands of reports of uncontrollable bleeding and other serious adverse events.

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Toyota/Takata Air Bag Recall

More than 100 million vehicles across the United States have been subjected to a nationwide recall for defective driver- and passenger-side air bags made by Japanese automotive parts manufacturer Takata Corporation, amid reports of the air bags rupturing and sending metal shrapnel flying into the passenger compartment of affected vehicles.

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Nexium

Nexium Lawsuits (Prilosec OTC, Proton Pump Inhibitors PPIs)

Popular PPI heartburn medications such as Nexium and Prilosec OTC have been linked to a significant increase in the risk of developing chronic kidney disease.

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