Unsafe Products

The Hidden Danger of Tafenoquine

Our office has been investigating the dangers of Mefloquine, which was a drug given to service members as a prophylactic against Malaria. The manufacturer sold this drug to the Department of Defense knowing that it could cause permanent psychological damage, including psychosis, night terrors, and neuropathy. Many of our service members are unknowingly affected by… read more

3M Cannot Shift Blame to U.S. Army, Loses Motion to Dismiss

In Federal Court in Pensacola, Florida, a judge denied 3M’s Motion to Dismiss the case against a number of service-members who suffered hearing damage as a result of defective combat earplugs sold to the military. 3M argued that they were following mandates dictated by the Department of Defense, and that the design was required by… read more

Zantac/Ranitidine

In September of 2019, the manufacturers of Ranitidine, the active ingredient in Zantac (an antacid), pulled their product from the shelves. Not only was the drug not available for prescription, but the over the counter version is no longer available as well. Studies found that Ranitidine, when exposed to light or heat, produced a known… read more

Now Accepting Referrals for Allergan Breast Implant Cases

Recently, a lawsuit has been filed against Allergan, an Irish medical device manufacturer, by individuals who have had certain textured breast implants put in. The FDA requested that Allergan recall all BIOCELL textured breast implants and tissue expanders marketed in the U.S. due to risk of breast implant-associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma (BIA-ALCL), a cancer… read more