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Defective Medical Devices

Prominent Tort Cases that Changed Your Life

Did you know the American Museum of Tort Law is in Winsted, Connecticut? It’s true! And not only is it a real museum—it has a gift shop. But how much do you really know about Tort law?
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What Does Negligence Mean and How is it Determined? 

One of the most common types of personal injury lawsuits involves a claim of negligence. Negligence describes a situation in which a person acts in a careless manner and results in someone else getting hurt or property being damaged.
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What Types of Accidents do Lawyers Cover?

Did you know that, on average, there are more than 31 million personal injuries reported annually in the United States? With that statistic in mind, it’s quite likely you'll find yourself in need of an injury lawyer at some point. Personal accidents can occur anywhere at any [...]
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Basics of a Mass Tort Lawsuit

Nobody wants to enter a lawsuit. The plaintiff will only initiate a lawsuit if something undesirable happened to them. And the defendants don’t want to be in a lawsuit for obvious reasons.
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Injury Law Is Second Nature For Us

Workplace Accidents Solved the Right Way You thought that your workplace would pay for the accident, yet here you are with mounting bills and no way to make money while you recover. Why should you pay when the accident wasn't your fault? At Bart Durham Injury Law, we are known [...]
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How Likely Are You to Get Into An Accident

Davidson County is one of the most populated areas in Tennessee. With more people per square mile on the roads, it stands to reason that you have a higher chance of being in an accident. The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) urges consumers to stay safe this Halloween. [...]
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Proton Pump Inhibitors: How Long Term Use is Linked to Deadly Side Effects

Proton Pump Inhibitors, or PPIs, reduce stomach acid by blocking the enzyme that produces the acids.
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Why You Should Get A Second Opinion on Your Defective Medical Device

If you believe that the medical device prescribed to you or installed during surgery has malfunctioned or is no longer working, it is important for you to seek a second opinion. 
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Common Causes of a Medical Device Failure

Have you ever wondered why your medical device might have failed? Many people suffer from injuries caused by a medical device that has been inserted in them or that they carry regularly.
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Transvaginal mesh: Complications are possible

For many years, transvaginal mesh has been used as a means of strengthening the structure of the vaginal wall. While the use of this flexible patch is primarily for the treatment of stress urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse, there are other conditions where it might [...]
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