Patients Injured By Counterfeit Spinal Implants File Lawsuits

Southern California doctors have implanted counterfeit screws and rods into the spines of thousands of injured workers during spinal fusion surgeries. The fake screws and rods were made in an unauthorized machine shop. … [Read more]

iPhone 4 Power Button Defect, Consumers Take Action

Many iPhone 4 users experience broken or defective power buttons or lock buttons on their iPhone 4. Many consumers have found it becomes increasingly more difficult to activate the power button or lock button, and eventually the iPhone 4 button fails … [Read more]

Samsung Captivate Freezes, Shuts Down, Class Action Lawsuit Alleges Defective AT&T Galaxy S

According to many consumer complaints and class action allegations, Samsung's Captivate cell phone is plagued with a defect that causes the AT&T Galaxy S Captivate to randomly reset, freeze, power off and shutdown. … [Read more]

Testosterone Replacement Therapy Heart Attack and Stroke Lawsuits

Product liability lawyers at Doyle Lowther are reviewing potential lawsuits for testosterone replacement therapy users who suffered serious health problems. Recently released medical research shows users of testosterone replacement therapy face an … [Read more]

Consumers, Researchers Question Tamiflu Effectiveness

New studies suggest Tamiflu®, the antiviral drug oseltamivir, shortens influenza symptoms by only half a day, and there is no good evidence Tamiflu reduces influenza complications or hospital admissions. … [Read more]

Consumers Complain Monster M7 Tablet Freezing, Locking Up

Consumers complain the Monster M7 tablet, sold at Walmart, is prone to malfunction, freezing and lockup. Additionally, Consumer Reports recently recommended customers avoid purchasing the Monster M7 tablet because all three of its sample M7 tablets … [Read more]

Mirena Recall, Is It Time?

Mirena, the controversial contraceptive intrauterine device developed by Bayer Pharmaceuticals, has been on the market since 2000. Initially approved for use as a contraceptive, the device was also approved for the treatment of heavy menstrual … [Read more]

Opana ER Consumers Overpaying For Prescription, “Pay For Delay” Scheme

The Doyle Lowther law firm currently is investigating potential antitrust and consumer protection claims against the manufacturer of Opana ER (Extended Release). … [Read more]

The Profemur Hip Implant – Is it time for a Recall?

The Profemur® System, the controversial “metal on metal” hip implant developed by Wright Medical, has been on the market since 2000. The Profemur Total Hip System is a modular implant, comprised of a femoral stem, modular neck, and femoral head that … [Read more]

Wright Medical Profemur Hip Implants

Doyle Lowther is currently accepting cases involving individuals who received Wright Medical Technology, Inc.’s Profemur Hip System implants and experienced complications following the hip replacement procedure. A number of lawsuits have already been … [Read more]