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Abilify has been known to cause compulsive behaviors, such as pathological gambling, shopping, drug use and sexual behavior. The company has tried to hide the fact that Abilify can result in such devastating addictions. The good news is that compulsive behaviors related to Abilify drastically improve once the medication has been discontinued. Check out the Hollis Law Firm's research and learn more about the dangers of Abilify!

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Prilosec and Nexium are Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPIs) for the treatment of stomach acid disorders. Prilosec and Nexium were studied and approved for short-term use. The manufacturers of Prilosec and Nexium market the drugs as safe for long-term use. Recent studies have revealed that Prilosec and Nexium increase the risk of severe kidney damage. Severe kidney injuries include Acute Interstitial Nephritis, Acute Kidney Injury, Acute Renal Failure, and Chronic Kidney Disease. Contact the Hollis Law Firm for a free Prilosec or Nexium Lawsuit.

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Invokana® (canagliflozin), the popular Type 2 diabetes drug, has been linked to severe cases of ketoacidosis, resulting in diabetic coma and even death. The Hollis Law Firm's attorneys are investigating cases regarding Invokana ketoacidosis injuries.

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Thousands of people die every year in the United States from preventable semi truck accidents. Federal regulations regarding semi trucks have been developed over the years in an attempt to protect the general public. These regulations include limiting the amount of hours a semi truck driver is allowed to drive, mandating regular truck inspections, requiring certain semi truck specific safety features, and much more. Unfortunately, these semi truck safety regulations are frequently ignored. In a vast majority of semi truck accidents, the wreck could have been prevented if the driver and/or the company would have followed mandatory safety regulations. When a semi truck accident occurs, it's imperative to identify any possible safety regulations that were violated prior to filing a lawsuit.

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We are now investigating all hernia mesh claims, even if you don't know what hernia mesh was implanted. Learn more about the most dangerous types of hernia mesh. Severe hernia mesh complications are occurring even with hernia meshes that have not been recalled.

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The Proceed hernia mesh is a light-weight polypropylene mesh with a resorbable Oxidized Regenerated Cellulose (ORC) fabric attached to the polypropylene. The cellulose is bonded to the polypropylene with polydioxanone (PDS). Johnson & Johnson and Ethicon previously recalled lots of the Proceed mesh, because of the cellulose layer delaminated from the underlying polypropylene. The Proceed's ORC layer is ineffective and frequently results in severe bowel injuries.

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The C-Qur hernia mesh was developed by Atrium Medical Corporation to be utilized during hernia repairs. The C-Qur hernia mesh has an Omega 3 fatty acid layer that dissolves in the patients body over several months to years. The Hollis Law Firm represents clients in lawsuits who have experienced severe complications after being implanted with the C-Qur hernia mesh. Lawsuits regarding the C-Qur hernia mesh include infections, organ perforation, rejection, additional surgeries, pain and systemic skin rashes.

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Ethicon's Physiomesh was developed for hernia repair. Physiomesh was recalled from the global market in 2016, because of high rates of complications. Complications of Physiomesh include hernia recurrence and additional surgeries. The Hollis Law Firm represents those who have experienced complications with Physiomesh.

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Covidien manufactures the Parietex hernia mesh out of polyester, which is weak and flimsy. The polyester of the Parietex also causes severe, chronic inflammation after implantation. Complications such as bowel obstructions are frequently caused by the Parietex hernia mesh. Additionally, the Parietex has a tendency to tear away from the sutures and tacks that secure it in place.

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The 3DMax hernia mesh lawsuit is against Bard and its subsidiary Davol Inc. The 3DMax is a hernia mesh made from polypropylene. Bard has already faced thousands of lawsuits over its transvaginal mesh and bladder sling products, which are also made from polypropylene. Despite the known risk associated with polypropylene, Bard continues to manufacture the 3DMax with polypropylene.

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The Bard PerFix Plug is utilized to repair inguinal hernias. Many have experienced debilitating pain after being implanted with Bard's PerFix Plug. Removal of Bard's PerFix Plug can be very difficult, and many men have lost a testicle in the process.

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Finally, Covidien developed the Parietex ProGrip by adding thousands of micro-grips to the Parietex Composite. These micro-grips are intended to alleviate the need for tacks or sutures, which tear through polyester. However, the micro-grips of the Parietex ProGrip can cause excruciating pain and make the hernia mesh nearly impossible to remove.

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Covidien later decided to attach a thin collagen layer to the Parietex, creating the Parietex Composite (PCO). The thin collagen coating of the Parietex Composite was intended to increases the meshes handling, while also protecting the patient's bowels from the harmful effects of the polyester. Unfortunately, the collagen barrier of Covidien's Parietex Composite does nearly nothing to protect a patient's underlying organs. Life-threatening bowel complications are associated with the Parietex Composite hernia mesh.

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The Ventralex hernia mesh lawsuit is against Bard and its subsidiary Davol Inc. The Ventralex is a hernia mesh patch made from polypropylene. Bard has already faced thousands of lawsuits over its transvaginal mesh and bladder sling products, which are also made from polypropylene. Despite the known risk associated with polypropylene, Bard continues to manufacture the Ventralex with polypropylene.

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Xarelto® (rivaroxaban) is one of the newest anticoagulants – more commonly known as blood thinners. The drug is an oral medication developed by Bayer and Johnson & Johnson’s New Jersey-based unit, Janssen Pharmaceuticals. Blood thinners prevent dangerous blood clots that can obstruct the blood flow to the vital organs. Unlike older anticoagulants that require doctors to prescribe specific doses for each individual, Xarelto belongs to a new type of oral anticoagulant that is prescribed in one uniform dose. Our attorneys are currently investigating potential lawsuits on behalf of those who have taken Xarelto and subsequently been diagnosed with internal bleeding.

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