We are proud to announce Fears | Nachawati Partner, Majed Nachawati, has recently been appointed to the Legal Ethics Committee by the Dallas Bar Association for the 2016 year. The Legal Ethics Committee is responsible for facilitating and planning ethics presentations for Dallas County Attorneys on an annual basis.   As a member of the ethics

 

NOVEMBER 2015 – Reports first surfaced in 2005 that the radial arms and struts of medical equipment manufacturer Bard’s Recovery IVC Filter had broken off inside the body of patients. Since that time the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has received around 1000 adverse reports involving the filters, primarily regarding the IVC filters

NOVEMBER 2015 – Johnson & Johnson’s Ethicon Prosima device is the center of a trial in progress currently in Dallas. The testimony stated that although medical professionals were aware that there are safer natural alternatives to the mesh product, doctors proceeded to permanently implant a temporary vaginal support device that may be defective. Ethicon’s victims,

 

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NOVEMBER 2015 – Pradaxa patients may have a better chance of surviving emergency surgeries, due to a recent study using 5g of idarucizumab (humanized antibody fragments). In critical cases, such as patients with uncontrolled bleeding, intracranial hemmorrhage, or severe trauma following an automobile accident, there is a

NOVEMBER 2015 – Four trial dates are set for early 2017 for the consolidated multidistrict litigation (MDL) against Bayer AG and a Johnson and Johnson subsidiary regarding injuries sustained by Xarelto patients. U.S. District Judge Eldon Fallon in the Eastern District of Louisiana issued the order for trial dates of February 6, 2017 and March

 

DALLAS TEXAS – Deb Culbertson, 26, was injured when an alleged drunk driver struck her as she was crossing the road on her way home from work at the Santa Fe Trail and Munger Avenue on her bicycle. John Cullins, 24, was arrested for Intoxication Assault and DWI. Mr. Cullins ran a red light