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Brain Injuries and Other Damage From Forceps Deliveries

For decades, doctors have used forceps to assist them during challenging deliveries. A forceps delivery will typically be considered if the physician is having a difficult time reaching the baby’s head or the mother is exhausted and cannot effectively push the baby out. However, a number of conditions must exist in order for forceps to be safely used, including the cervix being fully dilated, the baby’s head is fully engaged in the pelvis, and the second stage of labor has commenced.

Federal Court Appoints Robert Dassow of Hovde Dassow + Deets As Liaison Counsel for Low-T Lawsuits Pending in Indiana

Since 2014, Indianapolis drug liability law firm Hovde Dassow + Deets has been monitoring, investigating, and pursuing claims relating to the harm caused by testosterone replacement therapy, or “Low-T” treatments. Lawsuits seeking compensation for the negative health consequences of “Low-T” treatments are currently pending in federal and state courts across the country. (more…)

I Was Partially at Fault for My Accident. Can I Still Recover Damages?

Most personal injury or wrongful death lawsuits are based on the claim that some other party or parties were negligent or otherwise responsible for the car accident or incident that led to the injury or death. But what happens if you or your loved one were partially at fault for the accident? Will it affect how much you can recover? Can you recover any damages at all? Read More

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Syngenta Lawsuit Alert: Indiana Corn Producers May Have Claims for Lost Profits and Damages

Agrisure Viptera® and Duracade® GMO corn varieties contaminated U.S. corn supply, causing billions of dollars in losses.
Across the country, large corn exporters as well as smaller, family producers have been filing lawsuits against Syngenta, a Swiss biotech company, for making false representations and contaminating the U.S. corn supply with GMO corn seed that had not been approved by China and other large importers. Syngenta’s actions have caused an unprecedented drop in U.S. corn exports and have resulted in hundreds of millions of dollars in...