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  • IVC Filters: Manufacturers Ignored Reports of These Dangerous Medical Devices
    IVC Filters: Manufacturers Ignored Reports of These Dangerous Medical Devices

    As a defective product lawyer in Portland, I seek to inform individuals of potentially injurious (and even deadly) medical devices . IVC filters are one of those products and have caused dozens of ...

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  • Can the Damage Caused by Asbestos Exposure be Reversed?
    Can the Damage Caused by Asbestos Exposure be Reversed?

    We've all heard about the dangers of asbestos and know to avoid it at all costs. But what if you've already been exposed? In recent years, the use of asbestos for construction and in other products ...

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  • The Booming Business of Defective Medical Devices
    The Booming Business of Defective Medical Devices

    Patients walk into a doctor’s office or surgical room assuming that the products, devices, and equipment involved in their treatment are not just top quality, but approved by the Food and Drug ...

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  • Jury Finds For Blueberry Nursery Against Fertilzer Manufactuer
    Jury Finds For Blueberry Nursery Against Fertilzer Manufactuer

    Forty Million Dollar Jury Verdict In February of 2012, a Multnomah County jury awarded two plant nursery owners in a products liability suit nearly $40 million to compensate them for the loss of ...

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  • Oregon Has a New Attorney General
    Oregon Has a New Attorney General

    Oregon has a new Attorney General. Ok, not exactly. But baring some unforeseen event, Oregon will soon have its first female Attorney General in its 153 year existence as a state. Ellen Rosenblum won ...

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  • US House Narrowly Passes Misguided Medical Malpractice Bill
    US House Narrowly Passes Misguided Medical Malpractice Bill

    http://youtu.be/25Z2Uiorq2o The US House voted today on H.R. 5, a bill which seeks to impose damages caps and other "reform" measures regarding malpractice claims against health care providers, often ...

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