On Feb. 1, 2019 the FDA announced a Class I recall for the test strip produced by Roche Diagnostics used to monitor users of the blood-thinner known as warfarin, Coumadin or Jantoven. These test strips delivered inaccurate results and could lead to serious injury or death.
It is not unusual for people in Texas to have plastic surgery, and one common form of plastic surgery is breast implants. Millions of women across the globe have breast implants, but this does not mean all implants are safe.
When a person is injured due to another person's negligence, for example due to a car crash, their primary concern may just be regaining their health, so they can return to their normal life. Unfortunately, doing so can cost a lot of money, from medical bills, to missed work to emotional distress. Or, say a business owner entered into a contract that has been breached, causing them to lose the benefit they contracted for and costing them greatly both in money and time. In either of these cases, the harmed party may wish to file a lawsuit. However, a person who wishes to pursue plaintiff litigation should not wait too long to do so. This is because Texas, like all other states, has a "statute of limitations" with regards to civil claims.