Category: Mass Torts & Class Actions

In this guide, individuals will find plenty of information about the Philips CPAP recall lawsuit. People who have used a defective recalled Philips CPAP, BiPAP, or ventilator device may be able to file a lawsuit against the company if they experience certain symptoms related to the use of these recalled products.  Why Are People Filing

If you suffered damages resulting from a defective CPAP device, then you need a CPAP lawyer. A CPAP lawyer can provide the necessary legal support to move a CPAP lawsuit smoothly and efficiently. The lawyer can evaluate the facts of the case to determine whether the victim has strong grounds for a lawsuit against Philips Respironics,

If you use a continuous positive airway pressure machine, you may be wondering, “How serious is the Philips CPAP recall?” According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the recent Philips CPAP recall is labeled Class I, which is the most serious type of recall because of the risks of serious injury and death

Did You Know?
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The college football season is in full swing and the NCAA is facing battles both on and off the field. Not only has the NCAA been sued by two sets of plaintiffs in class actions regarding handling of concussions and other head injuries, but it is also involved in an antitrust lawsuit with several current and former

Can CPAP machines cause cancer? Some types of continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machines may increase the risk of cancer because of the potentially toxic sound abatement foam they contain. Cancer and other health risks are among the reasons why Philips has initiated a recall involving many of its CPAP, bilevel positive airway pressure (BiPAP),

Tobacco litigation has been the source of significant controversy for the past 15 years, and there have been major developments in recent months. Bloomberg is reporting that Philip Morris USA announced that it, along with other cigarette makers, would release to 17 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico their respective portions of more than $4

A class action lawsuit may seem intimidating and confusing because there are so many parties involved and because the legal procedures differ from traditional lawsuits. In many ways, however, a class action lawsuit is like any other legal proceeding. The following explains what can be expected in a class action lawsuit. First, in order to initiate a class action

Illinois law requires students to provide proof of immunization to be admitted into school. Until now, parents could exempt their students from this requirement for either medical or religious reasons. When based on religious grounds, parents simply had to write a letter to local school officials stating that having their children vaccinated violated their religious beliefs. That law recently changed when

Users of Philips sleep apnea devices can determine if their device is part of the recent recall of defective Philips products. In 2021, Philips initiated a recall of many of its continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP), bilevel positive airway pressure (BiPAP), and ventilator devices as a result of health risks that they presented. This recall