Cases of Interest
Plouff Law is active on many different fronts in the fight for justice. Unfortunately, there are more victims of personal injury, product liability and medical malpractice as ever. Staying on top of these legal developments, Tom Plouff is the attorney of choice for the complex cases listed below.
The FDA is has approved updated drug labels for pioglitazone containing medicines including the popular diabetes drug Actos. Actos is usually prescribed to treat Type 2 Diabetes. Learn more out the current Actos Lawsuit and the latest updates.
FDA Warns About Use of Chantix By Those Suffering from Heart Disease. Controversial smoking cessation drug may increase risk of heart attack in those suffering from heard disease. Learn for about the latest Chantix Lawsuit information.
Popular pain killers may cause heart issues, some potentially fatal. Learn the risks and latest Darvon Darvocet Lawsuit updates here.
Depuy Hip Implant Lawsuit
The first settlements in cases involving the DePuy ASR hip implant devices have been reached. The DePuy ASR hip implant devices were recalled in August 2010 after complaints that they had failed in large numbers. Learn more about the Depuy Hip Implant Lawsuit and how you may get compensation if affected.
Chicago FELA Attorney
Our most recently filed FELA case in Chicago concerns a railroad worker who was in a company vehicle on a highway when he lost control of it. Learn more about cases which require a FELA attorney here.
Styker Hip Implant Recall Lawsuit
Prior to their recall in July 2012, over 20,000 Stryker Rejuvenate and ABG II hip replacement systems were sold in the United States. Lawsuits have been filed due to issues surrounding the performance of the hip replacements systems. Learn more about the Styker Hip Implant Lawsuit.
Table Saw Accidents
Plaintiffs have filed table saw lawsuits in different states throughout the country alleging that several brands, including Black & Decker, Ryobi Technologies, Inc., Home Depot U.S.A., Inc., Sears & Roebuck, Co. and One World Technologies, contain defective designs and inadequate safety features that resulted in an injury.
Vaginal Mesh Lawsuit
We have filed another transvaginal mesh lawsuit in the United States District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia, this one against American Medical Systems, Inc., for its allegedly defective AMS Monarc Subfascial Hammock and AMS Perigee System with IntePro Lite (both products collectively referred to as the “Product”). In that complaint we allege that the Product was implanted in the patient to treat stress urinary incontinence, which is what the transvaginal mesh implant is designed for.
Lawsuits have been filed against drug maker Pfizer alleging that they knew of the risk between the use of their drug by pregnant women and congenital birth defects in newborns. Learn more about Zoloft lawsuits and how many victims may be affected.