In the USA Today article, the reporter notes that lawsuits involving Pradaxa are part of a "high-dollar stream of product liability lawsuits, a burgeoning world of mass claims in which specialty law firms cast a wide net for injured consumers who represent the pitfalls of marketing risky products."
Our law firm gets calls from people who believe that a product may be to blame for any number of maladies. On this site for nearly six years we have typically posted articles, news, information on recalls, and links to news on pharmaceutical products. I like to think that for the most part it's just reference to news, without a flat out pitch for cases.
So take a read of the USA Today article and tell me what you think (ageorgialawyer(at)yahoo.com):
pearheading the Pradaxa litigation is the San Antonio-based law firm of attorney Mikal Watts, a prominent product liability attorney and deep-pocketed Democratic fundraiser.