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Drug Class Actions

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Medical Device Lawsuits

  • File An IVC Filter Lawsuit: Our IVC Filter lawyers are filing IVC Filter lawsuits for injury and Death from a fractured migrating IVC Filter part. The IVC Filters, also known as blood clot filters, Blood Clot Capture Filters and Inferior Vena Cava Filters, are implant...

Laminate Floors Class Action Lawsuits

Class Action Suit Against Lumber Liquidators

A federal class action lawsuit has been filed against  Lumber Liquidators for selling Chinese-made laminated wood floors containing dangerous levels of toxic formaldehyde. Lumber liquidators  is the largest retailer of hardwood flooring in North America. These laminate floors can potentially harmful to thousands of clueless victims. These floors have  exceeded the formaldehyde toxicity limits by six, seven, or even 20 times.  Chinese managers at the factory told an undercover 60 Minutes crew that they knew the products were not CARB-compliant.

Laminate Floors Formaldehyde Dangers

Formaldehyde can cause cancer, asthma, chronic respiratory irritation and other ailments, including skin and breathing problems, with a significantly greater risk of health problems in children. The Lawsuit us in U.S. District Court for Southern District of Florida, Miami Division, 15-cv-20876, Judge Robert N. Scola, Jr.