Johns Hopkins agrees to pay $190 million to Dr. Levy victims

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The Cochran Firm is pleased to announce that Johns Hopkins Hospital has agreed to pay $190 million to victims of gynecologist Dr. Nikita Levy, who secretly taped his patients’ pelvic exams. “The injuries suffered by our clients has been tremendous as a result of the grossly inappropriate actions of Dr. Levy and the failures of… Read more »

Transvaginal mesh maker Covidien pays $180 Million related to injury claims

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In a public filing, medical device maker Covidien recently revealed that it recorded a $180 million charge in its third quarter for lawsuits over dangerous pelvic mesh products. Covidien supplied transvaginal mesh products to a manufacturer being sued for serious side effects including abdominal inflammation, bleeding, extrusions, infections, bladder perforation, scarring, pain, and recurrence of… Read more »

Managing attorney in radio interview about low-T testosterone litigation

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David Haynes, The Cochran Firm, D.C.’s managing attorney, was interviewed on Money for Lunch with Bert Martinez about low-T testosterone product litigation. Haynes, along with other product liability attorneys with The Cochran Firm, D.C., are investigating injury claims associated with testosterone replacement therapy gels and creams. Listen to the radio interview about low testosterone injury… Read more »

No limit on compensation for GM ignition recall

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If you were injured or a family member was killed due to an ignition switch failure in certain cars made by General Motors, you may be eligible for significant compensation under the payment plan for injury victims recently released by the Detroit automaker. GM has publicly admitted that problems with the ignition switch on some… Read more »