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Cases We Handle
Stryker V40 and Stryker Accolade Recall
A recall has been announced on the LFIT-V40 and Accolade TMZF. The two products are femoral hip joint and stem orthopedic devices that are used in hip replacement surgeries worldwide. The device has undergone a voluntary recall due to serious health risks to patients.
The recall was put on place for LFIT-V40 and Accolade TMZF implants build between 2001 and 2011.
Invokana® and Invokamet® Drug Recall
A recall has been announced on the prescription drugs Invokana and Invokamet. Both drugs are used to treat Type 2 diabetes, but new research has shown that the medicine may have an increased risk of severe side effects, including a high level of acid in the blood.
If you or a loved one has suffered from any of the following side effects while taking Invokana or Invokamet, you may be entitled to the compensation you deserve.
“Low T” Heart Risk
Low testosterone, sometimes referred to as “Low T”, is a medical condition that can affect men’s sex drive, mood, energy levels, muscle mass, and bone strength. A variety of patches, injections, gels—including the prescription drug AndroGel®— and pills are marketed to men as ways to increase testosterone levels. But testosterone therapy has been linked to an increased risk of cardiovascular injuries in some male patients.
A study published in The Journal of the American Medical Association reports a 30 percent increase in the risk of heart attack, stroke, pulmonary embolism, DVT, and even death in men who take testosterone therapy drugs such as AndroGel.
Power Morcellator Cancer Risk
Each year, surgeons use power morcellators to perform approximately 50,000 hysterectomies and myomectomies, which involve removing a woman’s uterus or uterine fibroids. The morcellator—essentially a powered device with sharp edges and cutting jaws—creates a small incision, and in theory allows patients to heal more quickly than with traditional surgery. However, according to recent studies, power morcellators can leave behind cancerous cells that migrate to tissues in other parts of the body.
Rivaroxaban, marketed under the brand name Xarelto®, is a prescription blood thinner designed to stop blood coagulation. Manufactured by Bayer and approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in July 2011, Xarelto is often given to patients who undergo joint replacement surgery or have non-valvular atrial fibrillation.
Despite its wide use, Xarelto has been linked to an increased risk of serious bleeding, stroke, blood clots, and other side effects among certain types of patients. In August 2013, the FDA required Bayer to change the warning label on packages of Xarelto. Patients who stop taking the medication have a greater chance of experiencing thrombotic events, including spinal/epidural hematomas, pulmonary embolisms, and more.
Robert J. DeBry News Network
Commercial trucks such as semis and 18-wheelers are much larger and heavier than other passenger vehicles. Because of the difference in size, a collision between a truck and a car—even at low speeds—can have devastating consequences for everyone involved. In fact, truck accidents often result in broken bones, long-term disabilities, and death.Learn More
Dog bites and attacks can cause serious injuries and complications, such as severe bleeding, infection, nerve damage, and even death. Many dog bite victims—especially children—suffer from mental and emotional stress.Learn More
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Finding the right lawyer is important. And at Robert J. DeBry & Associates, we have a reputation for standing up to insurance companies and protecting the rights of injured victims throughout Utah. So when you’re hurt in an accident that wasn’t your fault, you can count on Robert J. DeBry.
With more than 200 years of combined experience practicing personal injury law, we know Utah law, and we know how to get victims like you the money they deserve. Our personal injury lawyers have recovered millions of dollars for our clients, and we can do the same for you. We’re proud of what we’ve accomplished over the years. Find out how Robert J. DeBry can help with your injury claim, today.
In The Community
Steve Sullivan Eagle FeatureSteve Sullivan is the Managing Attorney at Robert J. Debry and Associates and has been with the firm for the last 31 years. He specializes in many areas of personal injury practice including commercial trucking, claims against drunk drivers, product liability cases, medical malpractice claims, and automobile accidents.
Save a Life Helmet Safety CampaignAt Robert J. DeBry, we’re focused not only on helping injured victims but also on preventing injuries before they happen. Our helmet safety program aims to make bike helmets accessible to local children and families at a low cost.
MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving)As lawyers, we’ve seen the tragic impact of drunk driving, and we’ve helped many families pick up the pieces after these accidents occur. We’re equally focused on finding a way to stop drunk driving before it occurs. We’re strong supporters of MADD, and for every drunk driving case we win or settle we donate $500 to MADD. Since 2007, our law firm has donated $19,345 to MADD.
Tie One On for Safety®We support Mothers Against Drunk Driving and its longest running and most visible public awareness project, Tie One On For Safety®. During the holiday season, we encourage people in the community to make a visible pledge to drive sober by displaying a red ribbon on their cars.
People in Salt Lake City, St. George, and the surrounding areas are encouraged to pick up red ribbons at our offices or other local businesses during the month of December. Ribbons displayed on vehicles indicate drivers who plan to drive safe, sober, and buckled throughout the year.