America’s largest drug companies saturated the country with 76 billion oxycodone and hydrocodone pain pills from 2006 through 2012 as the nation’s deadliest drug epidemic spun out of control, according to previously undisclosed company data released as part of the largest civil action in U.S. history.
This article was originally published in The Guardian. Oklahoma is holding the drug giant with the family-friendly image responsible for its addiction epidemic
the daunting financial muscle that has driven the spread of prescription opioids in the United States comes from the distributors — companies that act as middlemen, trucking medications of all kinds from vast warehouses to hospitals, clinics and drugstores.
This article was originally published in NBC. Federal judges are set decide whether lawsuits filed on behalf of babies born to opioid-addicted mothers should be separated from a larger federal case
This article was originally published in Freedom Magazine.
This article was originally published in WVNews
Attorney Paul Farrell, Jr. filed one of the first Transvaginal Mesh cases in the country which resulted in the consolidation of some 80,000 cases from across the United States in federal court in Charleston, West Virginia, where he served on the MDL Executive Committee.
We trust nursing homes with a sacred duty: to help us care for our loved ones in their final years. So when a facility instead brings harm to our most vulnerable family members and friends, the betrayal can be devastating.
In the case of 87-year-old Mrs. Douglas, a nursing home’s negligence proved fatal.