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Archives for April 2013

The Strom Law Firm is Investigating Cases Against Lipitor

Columbia, SC- The Strom Law Firm is now investigating and evaluating cases against Lipitor®, the popular cholesterol lowering drug.  Some users of Lipitor® have been diagnosed with diabetes after taking the medication. Contact us today for a free consultation to discuss your case.  Please call 803.252.4800 or visit www.theinjuryattorney.info. Some … [Read more...]

South Carolina Januvia®, Janumet®, Byetta®, Bydureon® and Victoza® Attorneys

Columbia, SC- The Strom Law Firm is now investigating and evaluating cases against Januvia®, Janumet®, Byetta®, Bydureon® and Victoza®, Type 2 diabetes injectible insulin drug therapies that have resulted in personal injury or possibly even death. Contact us today for a free consultation to see if you may be entitled to compensation. Please call … [Read more...]

The Strom Law Firm Launches TheInjuryAttorney.info

The Strom Law Firm Launches New Personal Injury Website Columbia, SC- The Strom Law Firm announces new website for its personal injury practice, www.theinjuryattorney.info.  The Strom Law Firm has offices in Columbia, South Carolina and Brunswick, Georgia to serve the needs of those injured. The Strom Law Firm was founded in 1996 by former US … [Read more...]

NFL Helmet Manufacturer Found Liable in Traumatic Brain Injury Lawsuit

Riddell, Official NFL Helmet Manufacturer, Guilty in High Schooler’s Traumatic Brain Injury Lawsuit A high schooler who suffered traumatic brain injury because of a helmet manufacturer’s inadequate warnings about concussion danger has been awarded $3.1 million in a personal injury lawsuit. Although the decision involves a high school football … [Read more...]

Manufacturer Issues Health Recall for Listeria-Contaminated Meat

Major Manufacturer Discovers Listeria Contamination in Meat, Issued Health Recall Manda Fine Meats, a manufacturer based in Baton Rouge, has issued a health recall that started with 20,000 lbs of meat, and was recently expanded to cover 468,000 lbs of their meat products. The health recall covers the company’s ham, turkey breast, roast beef, … [Read more...]

Second DePuy ASR Hip Device Lawsuit Goes to Manufacturer

Jury Rules in Favor of DePuy in Second Hip Replacement Bellwether Suit On Tuesday, April 16th, a Chicago jury ruled in favor of Johson & Johnson / Ethicon in the second bellwether trial in thousands of personal injury lawsuits against the DePuy ASR hip replacement manufacturer. Ethicon, a subsidiary of the much-maligned Johnson & … [Read more...]

Man Arrested on Criminal Charges for Mailing Ricin to President, Senator

Suspect from Mississippi, Brought In on Criminal Charges, is Entertainer and Conspiracy Theorist Authorities have arrested a suspect on criminal charges, for mailing ricin to President Obama and Senator Roger Wicker, R-Miss. The suspect, a man from Mississippi named Paul Kevin Curtis, 45, was both a “super entertainer” and an avid conspiracy … [Read more...]

Kingstree Man Tasered After Fleeing Checkpoint, Dies in Hospital

Man From Kingstree Fled a Checkpoint, Tasered Multiple Times The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED) is investigating the death of a man from Kingstree, South Carolina, who was tasered multiple times for refusing to comply with officers. The incident report from the Williamsburg County Sheriff’s Office states that South Carolina … [Read more...]

Dietary Supplements Make Up Half of Dangerous Drug Recalls in the US

New Research Shows Unapproved Ingredients in Dietary Supplements Cause Half of Dangerous Drug Recalls US researchers have found that dietary supplements, which often contain unapproved or unlisted ingredients, make up just over half of all dangerous drug recalls in the United States. Analysis of FDA data from a 9-year period showed that 51% of … [Read more...]

Supreme Court Upholds Warrants for Blood Tests for DUI

Supreme Court Rules 8-to-1 That Warrants Are Necessary for DUI Blood Tests On Wednesday, April 17th, the Supreme Court ruled with an overwhelming majority that police officers must obtain a warrant before subjecting a DUI suspect to a blood test. Justice Clarence Thomas was the lone dissenter. The case originated in southeast Missouri, on October … [Read more...]

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