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Posts Tagged ‘wrongful death’

New Jersey files lawsuit against Insys over Subsys fentanyl spray fraud and false claims

Friday, November 17th, 2017

The state of New Jersey has filed a lawsuit against Insys over the fentanyl spray Subsys. The lawsuit alleges that Subsys caused the death of a New Jersey woman who was prescribed the opioid drug and put the lives of hundreds of other residents at risk. (more…)

Pennsylvania pharmacy faces lawsuit over deadly fentanyl pain patch overdose

Thursday, August 24th, 2017

A Pennsylvania pharmacy is facing a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the father of a man who died from a fentanyl overdose. Dale Albert filed a lawsuit against Sheeley’s Drug Store in Scranton, Pennsylvania after his son, Cody, died of an overdose from a fentanyl pain patch that was given to him by Zachary Ross, who had improperly obtained pain patches from Sheeley’s that were intended for his mother. (more…)

Teva and Cephalon face wrongful death lawsuit over marketing of Actiq fentanyl lollipop

Wednesday, November 9th, 2016

The family of a Pennsylvania man who died of an opioid overdose has filed a lawsuit against the manufacturers of the fentanyl lollipop Actiq. The lawsuit alleges that Joey Caltagirone died from an overdose after he became addicted to Actiq and other opioid medications. (more…)

Family of man killed by combined fentanyl-midazolam overdose files wrongful death, malpractice lawsuit

Monday, April 6th, 2015

The wife of a Wisconsin man who died during a routine endoscopy after he allegedly was given excessive doses of the sedatives fentanyl and midazolam has filed a medical malpractice lawsuit against the clinic that performed the procedure. Travis Disch died in 2013 from a brain injury caused by lack of oxygen after he was given allegedly fatal doses of fentanyl and midazolam during an upper endoscopy at the St. Mary’s and Dean Outpatient Center in Madison, Wisconsin. (more…)