Nick Johnson

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Paxil Directly Linked to Birth Defects

Recent studies have shown that the use of Paxil during pregnancy increases the chances of birth defects.

Mesothelioma Lawyers In High Demand

Mesothelioma is a rare, deadly cancer that strikes nearly 3,000 people in the United States every year.

What Mothers Are Finding Out About Paxil

Does your son or daughter take Paxil? Has your son or daughter been hurt, injured, harmed, or even died as a result of taking Paxil?

The Fen-Phen Destruction

In the United States, people are remarkably quick to sue, and so often the court of public opinion finds the litigiousness of this country extreme and irresponsible.

Top 10 Things to Ask Your Mesothelioma Attorney

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In America today, we have placed nearly 2 million elderly family members under the direct care of a nursing home.

Paxil As We Know It Today

Released in 1992 by the GlaxoSmithKline pharmaceutical company, Paxil has become well known for its effectiveness in treating depression, obsessive compulsive disorders and various other anxiety disorders or phobias.

Paxil-Related Lawsuits in the United States

Recently, it has been reported that the use of Paxil, an antidepressant medication, has caused a condition known as akathisia; which is a condition of severe inner restlessness.
Have you recently been harmed or injured in some way because of the Paxil medication that you have been taking?

Asbestos Lawsuits in Louisiana

Asbestos Lawsuits in Louisiana

How To Find The Best Mesothelioma Doctors

Mesothelioma is a very rare kind of tumor that develops in the mesothelium - a membrane that surrounds the chest cavity, the cavity around the heart, as well as the abdominal cavity.

The Miraculous Failure of Fen-Phen

Fen-Phen hit the market in the early 1990's proclaiming to be the world's leading diet pill for patients who were struggling to lose unwanted weight.
A Mesothelioma Lawsuit
Asbestos exposure is linked to several deadly diseases, including mesothelioma, lung cancer and asbestosis.

The Fen-Phen Bottom Line

In response to society's obsession with graceful good looks and trim waistlines, manufacturers of weight loss products discovered the affects of Fenfluramine, commonly called Fen-Phen.