As a resident of Louisiana, you have the option to participate in state or countrywide class action lawsuits. But what are they? Lundy, Lundy, Soileau & South, LLP, is here to explain the basics of class action lawsuits.
Louisiana residents who have used Zofran may have heard that legal actions have been taken against its parent company. But why were these actions taken? Is Zofran unsafe? And if you have suffered from negative side effects because of Zofran, can you receive compensation?
Residents in Louisiana know how important it is to eat fresh fruits and vegetables in a healthy diet. So what do you do if the fruit and veggies you're eating have been compromised? Produce recalls can be a source of panic for many. Fortunately, there are easy ways to handle these situations.
Louisiana residents are likely aware of the warning about romaine lettuce. Some people may think that this vegetable is still safe to eat since the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has not issued a recall. However, warnings about tainted food should usually not be taken lightly.
If you live in Louisiana and are using or have used Essure to prevent pregnancy, know that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is limiting sales and distribution of the permanent birth control device due to thousands of complaints about side effects. At Lundy, Lundy, Soileau & South, we understand how devastating it can be when something supposed to help you causes harm, and we have helped many people who were injured or otherwise impacted because of dangerous products seek appropriate recourse.
When Louisiana residents hear about food recalls, they may wonder if they really need to remove certain products from their homes. These recalls come in varying levels of severity and it is important for people to understand these differences so they can keep their family safe.
Louisiana residents like you may have heard of the term "class action lawsuit" before, but likely haven't had a reason to really delve into its meaning. However, if you are involved in a situation in which a class action lawsuit is an option for you, it's best to know what you might be dealing with before you dive in.
If you are a Louisiana woman who has undergone surgery to correct pelvic organ prolapse, it is possible that your surgeon implanted transvaginal mesh into your body to help suspend some of your tissues. Women's Health advises that in the past, surgeons used native body tissue and absorbable sutures to repair pelvic organ prolapse, but since this procedure had an approximate 30 percent failure rate, they started using transvaginal mesh instead.
There are countless health and cosmetic products on the market today. You may have at least a dozen in your home. As our team at Lundy, Lundy, Soileau & South, LLP, knows, just because something is made for your skin does not mean it is necessarily safe. Like you would look at the ingredients in your food, it may be smart for you and other Louisiana residents to be informed of what goes into your health products.
Johnson & Johnson's baby powder has been popular in Louisiana and across the U.S. for a number of years, but female users may be especially interested in recent civil litigation surrounding the product. Some claim a possible link exists between ovarian cancer and the talc that is a primary ingredient of baby powder.