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Consumers Win Right to Sue Banks

By Burg Simpson

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In a regulatory environment that has lately favored big business over the average American consumer, the underdog got a rare win this week. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, an independent federal watchdog group, issued a rule on July 10 that will limit the ability of banks, credit card companies, and other financial institutions to force… Read more »

What is a Medical Device Recall?

By Burg Simpson

Device Recall - Dangerous Medical Devices Attorney – Burg Simpson

When a person undergoes a medical procedure involving the use of a medical device, that person trusts it’s safe and effective. Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case. When it becomes clear that a medical device is causing unexpected harm to consumers, a medical device manufacturer must take measures to address such serious problems. One such… Read more »

Recall Alert: Comprehensive Reverse Shoulder Recalled by Zimmer Biomet

By Burg Simpson

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Zimmer Biomet has issued a Class I Recall of its Comprehensive Reverse Shoulder due to higher than reported fracture rates.  Zimmer Biomet issued the recall on December 15, 2016.  The Zimmer recall includes thousands of Comprehensive Reverse Shoulders.  The recalled devices were distributed between October 2008 and September 2015.  As part of the shoulder recall,… Read more »

Contaminated Olympus Endoscope Lead to Outbreak of Fatal Bacterial Infections

By Burg Simpson

Olympus’ Surgical Scope Exposes Patients to Risk of Infection Medical device manufacturer Olympus Medical Systems Corp. (Olympus) is under investigation because its surgical device has been linked to serious infections, including some strains of drug-resistant bacteria known as “superbugs.” Olympus manufactures and sells a device called a duodenoscope that is used in endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography… Read more »

Drug Company Increases Price over 5000 Percent for Lifesaving Drugs

By Meghan Quinlivan

Imagine walking into your local supermarket and finding out that the price of peanut butter had been raised from $4.00 to $210.00, representing a 5250% increase in cost. While this might sound like a horror story from a war-torn economy in a developing country, Americans are experiencing this exact scenario with the sticker price for… Read more »

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