Tag Archives: causation

Prempro plaintiff can’t show causation, District Court rules

A product liability plaintiff could not show that the alleged failure of pharmaceutical companies to warn about the dangers of their hormone therapy drugs was the proximate cause of her breast cancer, a U.S. District Court in South Carolina has ...

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Injury issue can be taken from jury

A trial judge could direct a verdict on the permanency of a plaintiff’s injuries – even though such issues generally must be decided by the jury, the Florida Supreme Court has ruled in reinstating a $1 million personal injury award.

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