Patrick Malone & Associates P.C. | DC Injury Lawyers

$70 million assessed against J&J for boy who grew breasts from Risperdal

A Tennessee teen-ager suffered such emotional distress after growing enlarged breasts as an undisclosed side-effect of an anti-psychotic medication that the drug’s maker should pay him $70 million in damages, a Philadelphia jury…more
| Civil Remedies, Personal Injury, Products Liability, Professional Malpractice

Docs in Jersey, Dixie rake in pay from Big Pharma, medical device makers

Big Pharma is not just whistling Dixie, as Southern, for-profit hospitals lead the nation in rolling out the welcome mat so doctors can take meals, consulting, and promotional payments from drug and medical device companies, an…more
| Health

For Golden State, a $1 Billion Tab from Big Pharma to Treat One Disease

Californians have gotten an unpleasant taste of the policy complexities caused when Big Pharma sets sky-high prices for life-changing drugs: State health officials say they need to set aside $1 billion to pay for increasing…more
| Elections & Politics, Health

Twenty Bucks Says Your Doctor’s Prescription Pad Is for Sale

A primary care physician in the United States receives an average, total, annual compensation of roughly $195,000, and likely will take in more than $6.5 million over a lifetime of practice. Ask most Americans and that’s a…more
| Health

Brexit will be bad for health of Britons

British experts predict the exit from the EU will be bad for Britons’ health. Brexit advocates, in fact, celebrated their win by immediately conceding a giant campaign falsehood: They suddenly denied claiming that almost a…more
| Elections & Politics, Health, Insurance

For congressional overseers, red flags fly over issues at FDA

Congressional overseers of the federal agency that regulates drugs and medical devices have gotten red-flag warnings about problems at the Food and Drug Administration, including: two separate calls for improvements from…more
| Criminal Law, Consumer Protection, Health, Securities Law

Prosecutors win $67 million settlement with pharma firms accused of deceit

Federal prosecutors have wrung $67 million in a settlement with two pharmaceutical companies accused of deceiving doctors to prescribe a drug that the firms knew would be ineffective in treating lung cancer patients. Genentech…more
| Communications & Media Law, Health

Orlando shootings raise health care concerns

Here’s hoping that the mass shooting in Orlando will focus attention on some health care issues that the event flushed into open view: Gay activists and others have denounced anew these restrictions. They say these rules…more
| Health, Privacy

You Should Know - June 2016

Has Legalizing Pot Caused More Road Accidents, Injuries or Deaths? Elizabeth Kemble, a widely admired advocate for kidney health in Oregon, was out for a walk following her third kidney transplant when she was killed by a…more
| Conflict of Laws, Consumer Protection, Criminal Law, Personal Injury

NFL tries to pull a fast one on funding for head-trauma research

What’s $30 million among friends? When the National Football League offered in 2012 to provide that sum to support concussion research by the National Institutes of Health, the conventional wisdom held that the sports powerhouse…more
| Art, Entertainment, & Sports Law, Civil Remedies, Personal Injury

Big Pharma flooded West Virginia with millions of addictive pain-killing pills

Big Pharma should hang its head in shame over recent revelations of its nasty role in inundating rural West Virginia with tens of millions of prescription painkillers. So many pills were shipped in that every man, woman, and…more
| Health, Personal Injury, Professional Malpractice

Do surgeons’ (mis)perceptions of risk play too big a role for patients’ good?

A globally renowned seismologist, weary of recent scaremongering reports that a major fault in California was “locked, loaded, and ready to roll,” offered a pointed scientific evaluation of risk: “You’re about as likely to be…more
| Health, Personal Injury, Professional Malpractice

You Should Know - May 2016

In This Issue: - Forced Injustice - Stacking the Deck - Sign the Petition - Excerpt from Businesses Use Loophole to Deny Day in Court: Injustice, Thy Name Is Forced Arbitration: Tia’s employment case…more
| Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), Civil Rights, Consumer Protection, Labor & Employment Law, Personal Injury

Safety Troubles in Hospital Compounding Pharmacies

We wrote yesterday about contamination at the pharmacy of the NIH Clinical Center in Bethesda. Other big hospitals, judging by media reports, also may need to look at their pharmacy operations, especially when they compound…more
| Health, Personal Injury

NIH takes stronger steps to improve patient safety at Bethesda Clinical Center

Federal officials have decided to sweep out the executive ranks at the flagship hospital of the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, this after a blue-chip investigating committee rebuked the institution and declared that…more
| Health, Personal Injury
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