Xarelto Linked to Liver Failure, Death

Xarelto (rivaroxaban) was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 2011 as an anticoagulant, more commonly known as a blood thinner. Its main purpose is to reduce the user’s risk of blood clots (deep vein thrombosis, or DVT) or strokes. Johnson & Johnson, manufacturers of Xarelto, have marketed the drug as being […]

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Whiplash from a Car Accident & the Damages It Causes

Whiplash from a car accident is fairly common. While considered a relatively mild injury, it can cause a host of painful debilitating symptoms that linger for quite some time after the accident. While most damages from whiplash are technically compensable under your auto insurance policy, proving claims of this nature can be very challenging. To […]

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Status of Lavern’s Law: A Bid to Expand the New York Statute of Limitations for Medical Malpractice

Supporters remain hopeful that the New York Senate will reconsider Lavern’s Law, which failed to pass the most recent legislative session in June 2015. If passed, Lavern’s Law would change the way the statute of limitations enforces time limits on medical malpractice cases, potentially giving injured patients a more appropriate amount of time to take […]

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