News Ticker

  • Florida Foreclosure Rates Soar

    The number of homes entering foreclosure dropped in February, but a new up-turn may soon be on its way.

    read more

    Actos Bladder Cancer Helpline

    Actos has warnings for Bladder Cancer in type II Diabetics. When the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Actos...

    read more

  • Class Action Medical Device Recalls

    Get the most updated list of medical device recalls and class actions suits. Know what the FDA has listed warnings about.

    read more

    New Breast Implant Complications

    Our female social workers are extremely concerned about the Breast Implant Claimants and effects of faulty implants on women.

    read more

  • Nursing Home Negligence Lawyers

    Jewish Lawyers Network Nursing Home Abuse helpline has been initiated by our MSW and founder.

    read more

    Georgia Workers Compensation Helpline

    Jewish Lawyers Usa has launched a Georgia Workers Compensation Helpline for the Workers of Georgia.

    read more

  • Hernia Mesh Lawyers: The Hernia Mesh Lawsuit Helpline has hernia mesh lawyers  for patients needing mesh removals or revision surgery due to a failed hernia mesh. Hernia Mesh Complication Lawsuits For...
  • Diagnostic Error Lawyers | Missed Diagnosis: Did Your Doctor Miss a Serious Medical Problem? Was There a Misdiagnosis By A Radiologist, Physician Or Hospital? Did You Lose A Loved One Due To A Medical Error? Misdiagnosis i...

Hernia Mesh Lawyers

Written by Jewish Lawyer on . Posted in Bad Drugs and Medical Devices, Hernia Mesh Lawyers

The Hernia Mesh Lawsuit Helpline has hernia mesh lawyers  for patients needing mesh removals or revision surgery due to a failed hernia mesh.

Hernia Mesh Complication Lawsuits For:

Ethicon Hernia Mesh Lawyers

  • Physiomesh,
  • Proceed (Potential)(patch only not mesh sheet)
  • Covidien:(Formerly Tyco)
  • Parietex (Potential)

Atrium Hernia Mesh Lawyers


Bard/ Davol Hernia Mesh Lawyers

Visilex, Composix, Composix EX , Spermatex, 3D Max, Sepramesh , Perfix Plug, Ventralex, Kugel


Hernia Mesh Repair Complications

  • Severe Pain
  • Infection
  • Hernia recurrence
  • Mesh sticks together
  • Bowel obstruction
  • Tissue or organ perforation
  • Mesh migration
  • Mesh revision or removal surgery

FDA and Hernia Mesh

The FDA has received adverse reports of complications associated with the hernia mesh. The complications include adverse reactions to the mesh, adhesions (when the loops of the intestines adhere to each other or the mesh), and injuries to nearby organs, nerves or blood vessels .

Hernia Mesh Lawsuit Criteria

  1. You Must Have Had  a hernia mesh  Revision
  2. Or Have Had A  Hernia Mesh  Surgically Removed


Johnson & Johnson’s Ethicon unit has withdrawn its Physiomesh Flexible Composite Hernia Mesh after it was linked to an increased risk for revision surgery and hernia reoccurrence. The Physiomesh is made of  polypropylene just like the transvaginal mesh and bladder slings. The only difference is that it contains an absorbable film coating on each side which is composed of a slightly different compound.

Physiomesh Lawsuits

affect the PHY0715R, PHY1015V, PHY1515Q, PHY1520R, PHY1520V, PHY2025V, PHY2030R, PHY2535V, PHY3035R and PHY3050R product codes    

Metallosis From a Hip Replacement | Metal Blood Poisoning?

Written by Jewish Lawyer on . Posted in Bad Drugs and Medical Devices, Biomet Hip Replacement lawyer, DePuy Hip Replacement lawyer, Encore hip replacement lawyer, Omnilife Apex Arc Hip Replacement Lawyer, Smith and Nephew Hip Replacement lawyer, Wright Hip Replacement lawyer, Zimmer Hio Replacement lawyer, Zimmer M/L Hip Prosthesis

Metallosis From A Hip Replacement?

Metallosis lawyers for  Zimmer, Stryker, Biomet, Wright, DePuy, Omnilife, Encore, metal on metal hip replacement lawsuits.

What Is Metallosis?

Metallosis is a  blood poisoning caused by high levels of chromium or cobalt metals in the blood. Metal-on-metal hip implants create metal particles when the parts rub against each other. These particles can   enter your  bloodstream. The resulting injury is called  metallosis or cobalt and chromium in your blood

Which Hip Implants Can Cause Metallosis?

Stryker Hip Replacements:

Exeter, Citatin, Meridian, Reliance, Definition, Restoration, Accolade Rejuvenate and ABG 2 stems.

Zimmer Hip Replacements

Faulty Zimmer M/L Taper Hip Prothesis With Connective Technology and Cobalt Chromium Head
  • Wright Medical Conserve Cup
  • Wright Medical Profemur Stem
  • Depuy ASR and Depuy Pinnacle Metal on Metal
  • Zimmer Durom Cup cases with modular heads greater than 36 mm.
  • Zimmer M/L Taper Kinectiv Stem
  • Biomet M2A 38mm
  • DJO / Encore MOM hip cases
  • Omnilife Apex Arc
  • Smith & Nephew R3
  • Smith & Nephew SMF stem
. Our Hip Replacement lawyers are accepting All Hip Replacements with a diagnosis of Chromium or Cobalt blood toxicity. Our lawyers have been  dedicated to the representation of class action claims involving defective medical products for many years. Contact us today for an experienced hip replacement lawyer      

Physiomesh Nationwide Outreach | Lawsuit for Hernia Mesh

Written by Jewish Lawyer on . Posted in Bad Drugs and Medical Devices, Fla., Hernia Mesh Lawsuits, Hernia mesh lawyer, Lawyer News, Mesh Lawyer, Of Interest, Physio mesh lawyer

Ehicon has a new disaster on the market and it is called the Physiomesh- Hernia mesh. This is made by the same company that destroyed so many women’s lives with their vaginal mesh and bladder sling product that fell apart after being surgically implanted. The physiomesh is made of the exact same synthetic fibers that did not work for the vaginal mesh. The horrors of this surgical implant are starting to surface as we see TV ads from lawyers nationwide. If you have a Hernia mesh – Physiomesh we want to hear from you We are helping  victims  connect to a Hernia mesh- mesh lawyer. The first round  Physiomesh Lawsuit  Outreach is  projected reach the following cities to be:

Physiomesh Lawyers For

Florida: Boca Raton, West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Sarasota, Fort Myers, Orlando, Tampa, New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Philadelphia, Phoenix, San Antonio, San Diego, Dallas, San Jose, Second Hernia Mesh Lawsuit  Outreach Campaign Jacksonville, Indianapolis, San Francisco, Austin, Columbus, Fort Worth, Charlotte, Detroit, El Paso, Memphis,

Third round of  Mesh Lawsuit Outreach

Baltimore, Boston, Seattle, Washington, DC, Nashville, Denver, Louisville, Milwaukee, Portland, Las Vegas,

Additional Hernia  Mesh Lawsuits Outreach

Oklahoma City, Albuquerque, Tucson, Fresno, Sacramento, Long Beach, Kansas City, Mesa, Ariz., Virginia Beach, Atlanta, Ga., Colorado Springs, Omaha, Raleigh, Miami, Fla., Cleveland, Tulsa, Oakland, Minneapolis, Wichita, Arlington,,

Physiomesh Complications

Mesh erosion Hernia re-opening Inflammation Infection Severe pain Damage to surrounding organs


We have lawyers filing Physiomesh lawsuits for victims of  the defective Ethicon Physiomesh.

Ethicon Failed to  Warn Patients and  Doctors.

Stryker Metal V 40 Femoral Heads Lawsuits

Written by Jewish Lawyer on . Posted in Bad Drugs and Medical Devices, Physiomesh Hernia Mesh Lawyer, Stryker hip replacement lawsuit

 Stryker Metal V 40 Femoral Heads  Lawyers

Stryker has voluntarily recalled some of their metal V40 femoral heads used with hip implants. Hip replacement lawyers are filing lawsuits for:
  • Exeter,
  • Citation,
  • Meridian,
  • Reliance,
  • Definition,
  • Restoration,
  • Accolade
  • Rejuvenate
  • ABG 2 stems.
Lawyers are filing hip replacement lawsuits for  failure of these heads  caused by corrosion and metal debris at the junction between the metal head and neck.  The complications include  pain, loss of mobility, ambulation problems and an inability to work. Poisoning of the soft tissue, muscle and bone are the cause. Revision surgeries can be needed due to part failures. Patients with V40 metal heads that suffer hip poisoning should speak to a Stryker Hip Replacement lawyer.

Florida Blood Clot Filter Lawyers

Written by Jewish Lawyer on . Posted in Bad Drugs and Medical Devices, Blood Clot Filter Lawyers, Inferior Vena Cava Filter Lawyer, IVC Filter Lawyers, Lawyer News, Legal News

Was your loved one injured by one of the Cook or Bard Inferior Vena Cava Blood Clot Filters?
  • Cook Celect Filter
  • Cook Gunther Tulip Filter
  • Bard Recovery Filter
  • Bard G2 Filter
  • Bard G2 Express Filter

What Is An IVC- Blood Clot Capture Filter?

An IVC Filter is implanted in seniors who cannot use blood thinners. The blood clot filter ( also known as and IVC Filter or Inferior Vena Cava Filter ) is a surgical implant that captures a blood clot so that it cannot travel to you or your loved one’s brain or lungs. If a blood clot settles in the brain it can cause a stroke. If it ends up in your lungs it can cause a pulmonary embolism. The blood clot filter is very good in theory but, it is not without serious complications.

FDA Tells About The Dangers Of The IVC Filters

The FDA has received reports of adverse events and product problems associated with IVC filters. Types of reports include device migration, filter fracture, embolization (movement of the entire filter or fracture fragments to the heart or lungs), perforation of the IVC, and difficulty removing the device. Some of these events led to adverse clinical outcomes. These types of events may be related to how long the filter has been implanted. Other known long-term risks associated with IVC filters include lower limb deep vein thrombosis and IVC occlusion. For patients with retrievable filters, some complications may be avoided if the filter can be removed once the risk of pulmonary embolism has subsided. The FDA is concerned that retrievable IVC filters, when placed for a short-term risk of pulmonary embolism, are not always removed once the risk subsides.

IBV Filter FDA Recommendations/Actions:

The FDA recommends that implanting physicians and clinicians responsible for the ongoing care of patients with retrievable IVC filters consider removing the filter as soon as protection from pulmonary embolism is no longer needed. The FDA encourages all physicians involved in the treatment and follow-up of patients receiving IVC filters to consider the risks and benefits of filter removal for each patient. A patient should be referred for IVC filter removal when the risk/benefit profile favors removal and the procedure is feasible given the patient’s health status.

IVC Filter Injury Alert

IVC Filters are breaking inside patients, and metal parts are moving through the blood; damaging hearts, lungs and causing internal bleeding. Lawsuits are being Filed For Injury and Wrongful Death.

Baby Powder Ovarian Cancer Lawyers

Written by Jewish Lawyer on . Posted in Baby Powder Lawyers, Bad Drugs and Medical Devices, Talcom powder ovarian cancer lawyers

Talcom powder lawyers are filing ovarian cancer lawsuits against Johnson’s Baby Powder or Shower to Shower Talcom powder because when used on or near the genitals, particles can travel into the ovaries and remain there for years, causing inflammation and leading to the growth of cancer cells. J&J’s  talcum powder and ovarian cancer is not a new concept. In the 1970s  studies of ovarian cancer patients showed particles of talc in their ovarian tissue. A Harvard study of  talc in hygiene products found a  contributing factor in the development of ovarian cancer in women. Talcum powder is unregulated and without any warning from the manufacturer. Now Johnson & Johnson is   facing more than 1,000 lawsuits regarding   ovarian cancer and it’s Talc products. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with ovarian cancer at any stage and used  Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder or Shower to Shower on genital areas, sanitary  napkins or diaphragms  contact one of our experienced talcum powder   lawyers.  

Xarelto Lawyer News

Written by Jewish Lawyer on . Posted in Bad Drugs and Medical Devices, Xarelto lawyer, Xarelto lawyers

Get An Xarelto Excessive Bleeding Lawyers

Xarelto lawyers have been filing lawsuits for victims of excessive bleeding from Xarelto.

Xarelto Lawsuits

There have been a  recent-increase   of lawsuits filed against Xarelto manufacturers Bayer AG and Janssen Pharmaceuticals. The Xarelto lawsuits were consolidated one year ago in December of 2014, by the U.S. Judicial Panel for Multidistrict Litigation.  There are over 2,200 Xarelto lawsuits consolidated in the MDL and these cases are joined by another 500 which have been formed into a mass tort group in Philadelphia, PA.

Xarelto Lawsuit MDL Formed

Xarelto lawsuits are consolidated number   2592 under  Honorable Judge Eldon Fallon. The  Lawsuits  allege that Xarelto can cause uncontrollable bleeding  which can be fatal. Victims claim that the manufacturer neglected to properly warn consumers of the dangerous side effects associated with the drug, and that through marketing and advertisements.

Danger Of Xarelto Alert

If a patient using Xarelto becomes injured and starts to bleed, physicians cannot counter the effects of the drug and clot their blood. Doctors have to resort to extreme life-saving measures in an attempt to save the patient’s life.  Our Xarelto lawyers  are accepting lawsuits from victims and families affected by.

What Major Medical Event Occurred?

  • Death
  • Internal Bleeding
  • Pulmonary Embolism
  • Heart Attack
  • Stroke
  • Brain Hemorrhage

Bard IVC Filter Lawyers

Written by Jewish Lawyer on . Posted in Bad Drugs and Medical Devices, Bard IVC Filter, Cook IVC Filter, Lawyer News

Jewish Lawyers USA is concerned about seniors who  are implanted with a retrieval inferior vena cava filters (IVC) but, have not been  warned by their  doctors about the risk of  these temporary  surgical implants. Many patients forget that they had the IVC Filter  implanted and now they have  complications and are not even sure what is the cause.

IVC Filter Alert

NBC Nightly News has  a 2 part news segment about the dangers of the IVC devices and in particular the Bard IVC Recovery Filter device. There is a very high failure rate with the IVC Filter devices. It has been noted that there is an   100% failure of the device  and the qurstion is  is not “if” but “when.”

What is a Bard IVC Filter?

The IVC  filters  are used when there is a blood clot in the leg known as a deep vein thrombosis and the patient cannot use blood thinners. These devices are implanted  to capture the  blood clots before they   travel from the leg to the lungs and cause a pulmonary embolism. The devices have hundreds of adverse incident  reports for  puncturing    the vena cava, tilting out of position or migrating  or breaking  apart and causing metallic fragments to travel to the heart or lungs. Vena Cava Filter  lawyers are filing  lawsuits  for  serious side effects including death against the 2 manufacturers of IVC Filters.

Cook Medical IVC Filters,

C.R. Bard IVC Filters

In May 2014, the FDA warned  doctors to remove IVC filters within about one to two months after the risk of a pulmonary embolism has passed.

MDL Forming For The Bard IVC Filter In  Arizona

A U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation (JPML) has  consolidated and centralized  the IVC Filter lawsuits under one federal judge in Phoenix, Arizona for coordinated pretrial proceedings.

Cook Gunther and Tulip Filter Injury  Lawsuits Consolidated  in Indiana

Bard G2 Filter, bard ivc filter, Bard Recovery Filter, C. R. Bard, Cook Celect, Cook Gunter, Cook Gunter Tulip, Cook IVC Filter Tulip, IVC Filter

Lawyers For Zofran Lawsuits | Babies With Birth Defects

Written by Jewish Lawyer on . Posted in Bad Drugs and Medical Devices, Lawyer News, Lawyers For Zofran Lawsuits ..

Zofran Birth Defect Lawsuits Are Being Filed

Women Who Have Taken Zofran For Morning Sickness  Have Given Birth To Babies With Birth Defects Zofran has been prescribed off label and the result has been serious birth defects to children and injury to infants.

Serious Zofran  Side Effects

Cleft palate with and without cleft lip Congenital heart defects Mothers And Babies Are Victims Of Pharmaceutical Companies Zofran Can Harm Your Baby Studies Show  Zofran Can Cause  Birth Defects Zofran is only approved by the FDA  for treatment of nausea or vomiting for chemotherapy patients and  cancer surgical patients.  Zofran has been  prescribed “off-label” for treatment of morning sickness. Zofran has been been linked to: Cleft Lip or Cleft Palate Atrial Septal Defect (ASD) or Ventricular Septal Defect (VSD) Heart Defects Fetal Death GlaxoSmithKline  has  marketed Zofran for use by pregnant women. This is an off label use not approved by the FDA. Speak to a zofran lawyer today  

Employees Sue For Unpaid Overtime

Written by Jewish Lawyer on . Posted in Bad Drugs and Medical Devices, Florida Unpaid Overtime lawyer

 Are You Using Your Smartphone To Work At Home?

smartphones have tied more workers to their jobs during off hours. Do you think you have an unpaid overtime claim?

Do I have A Work Of The Clock Overtime Claim?

Workers’ main grievance is that they had to put in more than 40 hours a week without overtime pay through various practices: •They were forced to work off the clock. •Their jobs were misclassified as exempt from overtime requirements. •Because of smartphones and other technology, work bled into their personal time.

1938 Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)

The law that protected  has become outmoded in an age when most employees want the flexibility to work at home or answer office e-mail while running about on their free time. “The law has not kept pace with the contemporary workplace,” says Randy MacDonald, IBM‘s head of human resources.

Many companies have reclassified salaried executives as hourly employees

This lets employers head off lawsuits by paying a lower basic wage that accounts for expected overtime. Under the FLSA, employees are entitled to overtime unless they’re executives who manage and hire and fire employees; administrators who make key decisions; or professionals — such as lawyers and engineers — with advanced degrees, among other criteria. Also exempt are certain information technology workers and sales representatives whose hours can’t easily be tracked.

Employees must earn at least $455 a week to be exempt. While all hourly employees are entitled to overtime, salaried workers may also qualify if they don’t fall under any of the exemptions.

Last year, 7,006 wage-and-hour suits, many of them class actions, were filed in federal court, nearly quadruple the 2000 total, according to defense law firm Seyfarth Shaw. Meanwhile, in fiscal 2011, the Labor Department recovered $225 million in back wages for employees, up 28% from fiscal 2010. Labor has added 300 wage-and-hour investigators the past two years, increasing its staff by 40% to 1,050. The department “has stepped up its efforts to protect workers,” particularly “in high-risk industries that employ low-wage and vulnerable workers,” such as hotels and restaurants, says Nancy Leppink, deputy administrator of the wage-and-hour division. Several attorneys for plaintiff workers say employers wrung more output from fewer employees during recoveries following the 2001 and 2007-09 recessions. Both upturns initially yielded sluggish job growth. “A lot of companies make a business decision to say, ‘We can cut corners on this, and we won’t get sued,’ ” says plaintiffs’ attorney David Schlesinger of Nichols Kaster in Minneapolis. U.S. productivity, or output per labor hour, rose 2.3% in 2009 and 4% in 2010 — a period that includes the recession’s final months and its aftermath — vs. increases of 0.6% to 1.6% the previous four years. Some economists say the gains are overstated because many overtime hours were not properly counted, as employees worked off the clock. Richard Alfred, chairman of Seyfarth Shaw’s wage-and-hour practice, has a different view. He agrees that the recession helped drive the growth in lawsuits, but he says that’s because many laid-off workers became lead plaintiffs in class-action suits to reap financial windfalls after they couldn’t find new jobs. The biggest reason for the lawsuit surge, he says, is that lucrative settlements a decade ago prompted labor lawyers to file copycat complaints, and the suits are far simpler and less costly to pursue than discrimination cases.

Class Action Overtime Lawsuits Are Growing In Numbers

With class-action cases exposing companies to multimillion-dollar judgments, “the liability becomes so substantial that a vast majority of these cases settle,” says Garry Mathiason, chairman of Littler Mendelson, which defends companies in such lawsuits. Case in point: In November, Oracle agreed to pay $35 million to settle claims by 1,666 software testers, technical analysts and project managers that they were denied overtime because they were misclassified as administrators or professionals. The company did not admit wrongdoing.

The vice of technology

The newest variety of plaintiff is a worker with a handheld device. Jeffrey Allen, a sergeant in the organized crime unit of the Chicago Police Department, says he got a near-constant barrage of e-mails, text messages and calls on his department-issued BlackBerry until around 10 p.m. every weeknight. Each required a response lasting from a minute to an hour or two, he says. While dining with his family, mowing the lawn or watching his son play soccer, Allen often had to step away to coordinate search warrants and compile reports on seized assets, among other tasks. Two years ago, he filed a class-action suit against the city on behalf of himself and other hourly paid police officials. Allen says they’re owed back overtime pay from 2007 to 2010. The case is pending. “You feel like you don’t really get a break from your job,” says Allen, 47, who still works for the department, but in a different role. Roderick Drew, a spokesman for the city’s law department, says it’s policy to let police officials request overtime. In a legal filing, the city argued that Allen failed to show that his communications were more than an insignificant amount. Some courts have said that applies to anything less than 10 or 15 minutes.

wage-and-hour cases seek compensation for off-the-clock work in the office.

In a class-action complaint filed in February against Verizon Wireless, customer service representative Heather Jennings says she had to be at a Mankato, Minn., call center 10 to 15 minutes before her shift officially started. Jennings says workers such as herself had to log into their computers and open databases so they were ready to take calls. “I thought it was unfair,” says Jennings, 31, who was laid off by Verizon last May. Verizon spokesman Tom Pica says the company “compensates its employees fairly and fully.” In a legal filing, Verizon said that Jennings’ pre-shift activities were minimal and that she failed to take advantage of complaint procedures at the time. Other lawsuits allege that employers gave workers fancy titles to avoid paying overtime. Richard DeLeon is among more than 750 current and former assistant store managers of Big Lots in Florida suing the discount department store chain. DeLeon, 57, says he spent his workday running cash registers, unloading trucks and tidying the Cutler Ridge, Fla., store. He says managerial functions — such as assigning tasks to employees — took up 10% to 15% of his time, but he couldn’t hire, fire or discipline workers. DeLeon says he typically worked about 60 hours a week and earned $43,000 a year. His workload increased, he says, when managers had to run stores with fewer employees in 2009. “This is really a game plan by the company to keep labor costs down,” says DeLeon’s lawyer, Mitchell Feldman of Feldman Fox & Morgado. Big Lots did not return messages seeking comment. In court papers, the company said the “primary duty” of the lawsuit’s lead plaintiff, Angela Schenburn, was assistant manager, but “at times” she may have done lower-level tasks “concurrently.” Even office workers who sometimes earn $100,000 a year, such as securities brokers and financial advisers, are demanding overtime pay, arguing they’re just salespeople rather than key decision-makers. In a class-action case, Scott Finger, 46, a former MetLife mortgage loan officer, says he had to work about 65 hours a week at the firm’s Melville, N.Y., office to meet sales targets while earning about $5,700 a month in commissions. While he recommended whether to approve loans, he says, underwriters made the final decisions. MetLife spokesman Ted Mitchell would not comment on pending litigation. The company has asked a judge to dismiss the case, saying it duplicates a previously filed suit.

A changing workplace

Companies say the lawsuits have forced them to grant workers less flexibility. Several years ago, IBM voluntarily reclassified 7,000 salaried technical and support workers earning an average $77,000 a year to hourly employees after it settled a class-action labor suit for $65 million. The company cut their base salaries 15% to account for potential overtime, says IBM’s MacDonald.  
  • What is Florida Medical Malpractice?: Florida has a vast population of elder retired people that use doctor and hospital services. Because of this increase in medical care we could expect and increase in medical malpractice. It is important for caregivers and children of senior...
  • Misdiagnosis Or Missed Diagnosis Injury:  Get a Medical Malpractice Lawyer For A Missed Or Misdiagnosis Missed diagnosis and misdiagnosis are very  often medical malpractice. It is the professional obligation of a doctor or medical facility to make an accurate diagnosis and never...
  • Merchant Funding Debt Relief Lawyers: Did You Accept A Merchant Funding Agreement? Are You Unable to Pay The Terms? Merchant Business Cash Advance Lawyers Can Help   A merchant cash advances have become  popular but, in many instances can end up to be a regretful for...

We Can Help You Find A Lawyer in Your City