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“Oh my, where do I start. I have had the extreme pleasure of knowing Rudolph F.X. Migliore(Rudy) since 1979. In the past 37 plus years whenever I called for legal advice Rudy has always been there with his unconditional kindness, advice and knowledge. I was, still am, and always will be a client of Rudolph F.X. Migliore. I was there from the beginning of his Law Practice, when it was just Migliore & Infranco. It gives me such pride to see how his Law Firm has grown through the years. Within these years, I’ve seen Rudy become a very caring husband, father, and grow his Law Firm with an extremely knowledgeable staff of Attorneys.
I am so proud of Rudy and how his Law Firm has grown and continues to grow. I feel like a very proud parent watching their child grow through the years.
In fact, every time I see Rudy in his commercial on news 12 no matter where I am; either at home or in a public place I yell with pride “that’s my attorney Rudy Migliore, I know him from way back when he started his Law Firm”. It puts a smile on my face every time I see it.
Rudy has always given my family and myself honesty, truthfulness, and trusting advice when needed. His staff and himself personally has handled many legal issues with positive outcomes for my family and myself. Rudy and his staff are very respectful, helpful, and courteous to everyone. They make you feel like family, and I am very proud to be a part of this “family”.
It is my pleasure to highly, and extremely recommend the Law Firm of Rudolph F.X. Migliore and his staff for any and all legal services and beyond. If you need help or advice for any legal matters at all this is the Law Firm to have on your side. You will not find another Law Firm with this amount of knowledge, wisdom, and integrity anywhere.
-Diane Loweth, August 2016.”
The F.D.A. recently announced it was reviewing a study involving Incretin Mimetic drugs. These drugs work to treat type 2 diabetes but have been linked to acute pancreatitis. Further, the study that is the subject of the FDA review purports to show that there is also an increased risk of pancreatic and thyroid cancers. The drug may cause an increase in tumors in the thyroid and pancreas which could become malignant (cancerous).
With 25 million diabetics in the United States, Incretin Memetic drugs comprise a large segment of the diabetes drug market. These drugs include Januvia, Janumet, Byetta and Victoza. Januvia, for instance, brought in revenue over $4 Billion. Janumet, a combination of Januvia and another popular drug, (Metformin) had sales of $1.65 Billion.
With the changing safety profile of these drugs, new concerns about their efficacy and benefits have been raised. A number of lawsuits have been initiated against the products manufacturers.
Rudolph F.X. Migliore, P.C. is working with nationally recognized associated firms to litigate claims against these diabetes drugs manufacturers for allegedly causing pancreatic or thyroid cancer. At the New York law office of Rudolph F. X. Migliore, more than 35 years of experience gives us the knowledge to tackle complicated product liability cases for our clients and help them obtain compensation for their injuries. To schedule a free case evaluation, visit Migliorelaw or call us toll free at 1-888-980-RFXM (7396).
Author: Sackstein Sackstein & Lee, LLP
Our Family Serving Yours for Over 60 Years
Average Americans are probably not aware of the vital role they play in automobile safety. While being a safe driver is of course extremely important, another factor in safety is having safe vehicles, which means a lack of product defects, such as defective brakes, tires, child seats and other automotive parts and accessories.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), consumers play the most important role of anyone in alerting NHTSA to safety defects. Read More
In addition to filing consumer complaints, Americans also take responsibility for vehicle safety when they bring a lawsuit against a defective parts manufacturer. Unfortunately, in most cases, some people suffer severe injury and others die before the extent of risks are realized. Read More
If you or a loved one suffers severe injury in an auto accident caused by sticking accelerators, roof crush roll-over, defective tires or some other flaw, find out how an experienced New York City accident lawyer can help. Sackstein, Sackstein and Lee, LLP has successfully handled numerous types of injury cases recovering millions of dollars on behalf of clients.
Author: Rosenberg & Gluck, LLP
“Personal Injury is All We Do”
People looking for an energy boost traditionally drank coffee or tea. Today, we have many more options, including a variety of energy drinks. Recently, a popular drink called 5-Hour Energy has come under legal scrutiny. ABC News reports that the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) and New York Attorney General’s office began investigating 5-Hour Energy after linking it to 13 deaths and 33 hospitalizations over the past four years.
People cannot normally drink 30 to 40 eight ounce cups of coffee in a day, which would be toxic and a health danger.Read More
From a legal perspective, the drink may become a products liability issue in violation of failure to warn laws.Read More
If you or a loved one suffers injury from a dangerous food or medication, consult a Long Island products liability lawyer about the prospects of taking legal action. Rosenberg & Gluck, LLP has decades of experience handling cases that involve defective products and can help you recover compensation for damages.
Yaz and Yasmin Safety and Labeling
Author:Law Office of Rudolph F.X. Migliore, P.C.
On December 8, 2011, Food and Drug Administration panelists voted 21-5 that Bayer’s current labeling on Yaz and Yasmin, (drospirenoen containing drugs,) is “inadequate” and “needs more information” regarding the potential risk of blood clots in the legs and lungs.
The panelists discussed conflicting data for over 9 hours regarding blood clot risk of Yaz, compared to other medications. The overwhelming majority of panelists said that because of the potentially fatal nature of blood clots, the drug risks should be more clearly stated in the label.
“Clearly the wording is inadequate and incomplete,” said Dr. Richard Bockman of New York Hospital for Special Surgery. He continued, “Adverse events have to be made graphic, so physicians and patients are aware of the consequences.”
Mark Woods of New York University School of Medicine stated, “I can see no real group of patients that this drug benefited over the existing alternatives.”
According to the most FDA recent study, women taking Yaz/Yasmin had a 75 percent higher risk of suffering a blood clot when compared with patients taking a combination of older drugs. Although the absolute risk of a blood clot is still relatively low, even a slightly higher risk can be critical or fatal if the blood clot triggers a heart attack, stroke or blockage to the lungs or blood vessels.
Earlier in the day, panelists heard from patients and family members who blame Yaz and Yasmin for sometimes deadly blood clots. Cindy Ripee spoke of her last conversation with her 20 year old daughter Elizabeth. “My daughter was a very smart young woman. If Elizabeth had been clearly told that Yasmin had more risk, maybe twice as much risk as other pills, she never would have switched to Yasmin and would be here today.”
It is important for doctors who prescribe Yasmin to discuss the risks of the birth control drug with their patients. Patients who believe they have been harmed by Yaz or Yasmin should consult an experienced products liability attorney (http://www.migliorelaw.com) who can explain their legal rights and determine whether they have grounds for a lawsuit to recover damages.