Our Fargo Attorneys have represented hundreds of people who were hurt or killed because of dangerous and defective pharmaceutical drugs or medical devices. We have recovered millions of dollars for our clients in these bad drugs or device cases. Currently, we are focusing on actions against drug makers of numerous drugs or medical devices such as:
Hepatitis C at the ManorCare Facility Minot, ND
Infected Patients Sue ManorCare Over Second Largest Hepatitis C Outbreak on Record A victim of the second largest Hepatitis C outbreak in U.S. history has filed a class action lawsuit over the incident. The record setting number of confirmed cases has commanded the attention of the North Dakota Department of Health (DoH) and federal authorities as they investigate the outbreak. The law firms of Zimmerman Reed and Solberg Stewart Miller filed the lawsuit today in federal court on behalf of individuals infected with Hepatitis C at the ManorCare facility in Minot. The North Dakota Department of Health reports that at least 44 people have been infected at the facility. Click on the link below for the class action complaint:
The complaint alleges that ManorCare breached its duty to properly care for patients and residents, and failed to comply with state and federal regulations governing nursing homes. The complaint further alleges that such an outbreak is not ordinarily, or ever, associated with routine health care procedures. According to the Infectious Disease Director at Trinity Health, Dr. Casmiar Nwaigwe, “No matter how you do the statistics, it is impossible for it to be an accident.”
Lipitor Side Effects Lawsuit
Byetta Class Action Lawsuit
Risperdal Side Effects
Infuse Bone Graft Lawsuit
Tylenol Liver Damage
Yasmin lawsuit settlements
If you or a loved one took Yaz, Yasmin, or Ocella (birth control pills) and subsequently were diagnosed with deep vein thrombosis, heart attack, pulmonary embolism, or a stroke, you may have a substantial claim and be entitled to significant compensation. This is especially true if you took Yaz, Yasmin, or Ocella in North Dakota or Minnesota and a number of other states.
There are many law firms around the country that are reviewing Yaz, Yasmin, or Ocella cases on behalf of those that have suffered injuries. However, Solberg Stewart Miller has had success in resolving numerous Yaz, Ocella, and Yasmin cases in North Dakota and Minnesota, as well as other states. We have been able to resolve many of these cases without having to file lawsuits by agreeing to negotiate with the maker of the drugs.
Actos lawsuit attorney
If you or a loved one took Actos and subsequently were diagnosed with bladder cancer, you may have a substantial claim and be entitled to significant compensation. This is true if you took Actos in North Dakota or in a different state.
Transvaginal mesh lawsuit
Some women who received transvaginal mesh/sling products (also called pelvic mesh or vaginal mesh) have suffered from serious complications. From 2005 to 2010, there have been nearly 4,000 injuries reported to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) following the placement of a transvaginal mesh device.
A transvaginal mesh patch is a surgically implanted device that stretches across the vaginal wall to add extra support to damaged tissues. By adding strength to damaged vaginal walls, the vaginal mesh patches can be effective treatment for a number of conditions that may occur after childbirth and pregnancy. The conditions they are normally designed to correct include pelvic organ prolapse (POP) – a condition in which organs of the lower abdominal region slip out of place – and stress urinary incontinence, which is characterized by the inability to control urination. Unfortunately, the failure of these products can lead to the need for multiple operations to remove the mesh and to repair extensive damage caused by the products.
Lawsuit knee replacement
Do you have an artificial knee that was implanted anytime beginning 2003 to the present? If so, have you experienced:
Knee replacement failure Loosening of replacement knee Other knee complications and pain
Some knee replacement components can loosen causing pain and discomfort and ultimately require additional surgery to replace the failing replacement knee.
If you have a knee replacement system that has loosened or is otherwise causing you pain and/or a decrease in mobility contact Solberg, Stewart & Miller for a free consultation. Email email@example.com or call Mike Miller at 237-3166 in Fargo or toll free at 1-877-237-3166. You may have a “significant claim”. If we pursue a claim on your behalf you pay nothing unless and until you win.
Granuflo Lawyers for Naturalyte lawsuits
Many people have been affected by the use of Granuflo and Naturalyte. If you or a family member suffered cardiopulmonary arrest or death while on or shortly after dialysis please contact our North Dakota and Minnesota Granuflo Lawyers and Naturalyte Attorneys today and get the legal protection that you deserve. Call attorney Mike Miller or attorney Todd Miller at 1.877.237.3166 (toll free) or 237.3166 (Fargo).
Pradaxa personal injury lawyer
Solberg, Stewart & Miller is a law firm that brings claims against drug manufacturers who market dangerous drugs. Our law firm does not represent the manufacturer of Pradaxa but rather is investigating potential lawsuits against Pradaxa in North Dakota and Minnesota. At Solberg, Stewart, Miller, in pharmaceutical cases we charge no fees or expenses unless our clients make a recovery. For further information from North Dakota and Minnesota attorneys investigating Pradaxa lawsuits contact Mike Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1.877.237.3166 (toll free) or 237.3166 (Fargo).
If you or a loved one took Accutane (acne medication) and subsequently were diagnosed with a bowel disease, such as Ulcerative Colitis or Crohn’s Disease, you may have a substantial claim.
Many people have been affected by the use of Accutane. If you or a family member have been injured due to the use of Accutane please contact our Accutane Attorneys today and get the legal protection that you deserve.