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Woman Injured In West Hartford Car Accident Retains Sabatini & Associates

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A young woman injured in a recent car accident in West Hartford has retained the lawyers at Sabatini and Associates to represent her in her personal injury case.  The woman was injured by another car that went through a red light. She was taken by ambulance from the collision scene.  Sabatini and Associates has over 40 years of experience in representing people injured in Connecticut car accidents. If you have been injured in a car accident, please call our personal injury attorneys at 860-667-0839 to discuss your case.

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Sabatini & Associates File Ortho-Evra Birth Control Patch Lawsuits

Sabatini and Associates, LLC has recently filed product liability lawsuits on behalf of clients who have suffered serious injuries including stroke as a result of the Ortho-Evra birth control patch.  The lawsuits allege among other things that the defendants including Johnson & Johnson knew of the increase risk of blood clots and stroke associated with the birth control patch but neglected to provide the information to the FDA in a timely fashion and failed to attach adequate warnings with the patch. 

If you or a loved one has suffered serious injuries as a result of the birth control patch, contact our attorneys today for a consultation.

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Lawsuits Help Protect People From Unsafe Drugs

“The (court) system represents one of the key defense mechanisms that individuals have if a manufacturer has not made the risks of a product clear to the public.”  This statement was not made by a plaintiff’s attorney.  It was made by the editor of the New England Journal of Medicine, Dr. Jeffrey M. Darien.  The Journal has filed a friend-of-the-court brief in the case of Wyeth v. Levine and argues that federal law does not and should not preempt state products liability law thereby prohibiting injured citizens from suing drug manufacturers for serious injuries caused by unsafe drugs.  The doctors are arguing that lawsuits help to create safe drugs and the FDA simply is not equiped to do the job alone.  You can read more about the New England Journal Medicine’s position here.

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