Posted On 07.13.2018
According to a New York Times article, a Missouri jury awarded $4.69 billion to 22 women who developed ovarian cancer after using Johnson & Johnson’s talcum powder products. Berman & Simmons is handling cases involving talcum powder products.More
Posted On 06.08.2018
A Texas jury ruled that Cook Medical, the maker of the Celect inferior vena cava (IVC) filter, must pay plaintiff Jeffrey Pavlock $1.2 million in damages for serious injuries he suffered from the device and for failure to warn about its risks as a Texas jury found in May 2018. If you've sustained injuries from an IVC filter, contact Berman & Simmons as soon as possible.More
Posted On 06.01.2018
Have you been harmed by a dangerous drug or medical device? We are prepared to stand up for you and your family. Contact us for a free consultation. You pay nothing unless we win by settlement or jury verdict.More
Posted On 04.06.2018
C.R. Bard, maker of the inferior vena cava (IVC) filter G2, will pay plaintiff Sherr-Una Booker $3.6 million for injuries she suffered from the device and for failure to warn about its dangers. Berman and Simmons has an experienced team of lawyers who focus on representing victims of dangerous drugs and medical devices, including IVC filters.More
Posted On 03.16.2018
A recent NBC Nightly News investigation revealed that 27 deaths and 300 non-fatal complications have been linked to inferior vena cava (IVC) filters made by C.R. Bard. Berman & Simmons represents people who have been injured by a number of dangerous drugs and medical devices. Contact us to schedule a free consultation.More
Posted On 02.09.2018
A car accident, sudden fall, or traumatic blow to the spine can fracture or dislocate vertebrae causing significant pain and permanent injury
With further advancements in modern medicine and knowledge of these life-altering issues, patients with severe spinal cord injuries are making miraculous recoveries. This article reviews some examples of the recent advancements in spinal cord injury treatment.More
Posted On 01.12.2018
In Maine, the minimum uninsured/underinsured motorist (UM) coverage is $50,000 per person or $100,000 per accident, which is equal to the minimum mandatory liability coverage. However, if you are seriously injured in a car accident by someone with minimum coverage — or worse yet, no coverage at all — it will be very difficult for you to cover property damage, medical bills, lost wages, and other short term and long term expenses from your crash.
In this article, we examine the risks posed by underinsured and uninsured motorists. We also give you some specific steps you can take to make sure you have protection against the damage done by these uninsured/underinsured drivers.
If you were seriously injured in a car crash by someone else’s negligence or want to learn more about how to protect yourself against underinsured or uninsured drivers, ...More
Posted On 12.13.2017
Johnson & Johnson and its DePuy Orthopaedics unit are to pay $247 million to six patients who have suffered from defective Pinnacle hip implants. The company faces over 9,700 similar lawsuits across America for the defective product after taking it off the market in 2013 because of new regulations set by the FDA.
If you have suffered complications because of a hip implant, contact Berman & Simmons, the leading law firm in Maine for people who have been harmed by dangerous and defective medical implants and devices.More
Posted On 12.29.2017
If you’re thinking about filing a personal injury claim, you’re probably wondering how much money you might be able to recover. Though there are many factors involved, this article will provide some brief definitions of the most common types of damages awarded in personal injury lawsuits.
If you have been injured in an accident, contact Berman & Simmons for a free consultation. Our legal team has the most experience in Maine handling personal injury claims and recovering the compensation you deserve.More
Posted On 12.06.2017
A recent study by Northwestern University has found that, if left in the body for seven months or more, inferior vena cava (IVC) filters can increase the risk of damaged veins or other injuries. The FDA stated in 2010 that it’s best to remove the filters between 29 and 54 days after implementation to prevent complications.
If you have suffered complications after an IVC filter implant, contact Berman & Simmons to find out if you are entitled to compensation.More
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