Consumer Alerts

Metal on Metal Hips Continue to Cause Consumers Serious Health Problems

The NBC Nightly news recently back in October 2011 ran a segment on the problems associated with the metal on metal hip implants from such companies as DePuy, Wright Medical and Stryker.
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Birth Control Pills Cause Women Serious Health Problems

Yaz, Yasmin, Beyaz, and Ocella are popular birth control pills that have hidden dangers to women. Coxwell & Associates, PLLC, a Mississippi Law Firm with national relationships is helping women who have been harmed due to these drugs.
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Dangerous SSRI Birth Defects

For years across the United States Drug Companies promoted a group of drugs knows as Selective Serotonin Re-Uptake Inhibitors, or SSRIs. These drugs include Prozac, Paxil, Pexeva, Prozac, Sarafem, Lexapro, Celexa, Symbyax, Luvox and Vibryd. The drugs Effexor and Cymbalta are not SSRI drugs but they have also been associated with birth defects.
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Depuy Hip Recall

Depuy Orthopedics, a division of Johnson and Johnson, has issued a WORLDWIDE RECALL of it's "metal-on-metal" ASR XL Acetabular System for Total Hip Replacement. This recall came after a determination that the these Hip Implants fail at an alarming rate.
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DePuy Hip Implants Recalled and other Hip Implants Questioned

Consumers in Jackson, Clinton, Hinds County, Ridgeland, The City of Madison, Madison County, Flowood, Pearl, Brandon, Rankin County, and other places in Mississippi should be alert to the hip implant recalls.
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Transvaginal Mesh Patches

The Food and Drug Administration on October 20th, 2008 issued a strong warning to consumers and health practitioners concerning a series of dangerous problems associated with the implant of the transvaginal mesh used to treat urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse.
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Transvaginal Mesh Update

Coxwell & Associates, PLLC, a law firm with deep roots in Mississippi, is currently investigating claims on behalf of woman who have been harmed by the transvaginal meshes (polypropylenes).
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