Keller & Keller's Personal Injury Legal Library
This page offers links to Keller & Keller's legal documents, reports, publications, and general personal injury discussions.
Each article is written from our firm's viewpoint, based on more than 75 years of personal injury experience. The goal is to give our existing and potential clients a better understanding of what they can expect to encounter in the days and weeks after their accident while we attempt to settle their injury claim.
In addition to the many first-hand accounts we provide in our legal library, there are also several educational articles, but please remember that none of the information provided on this site should be substituted for actual legal advice, nor is it designed to serve as such.
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Stadol lawsuit Stadol (butorphanol tartrate) is a narcotic analgesic used to relieve pain. The drug can be administered through IV, injection, or nasal spray.
Stevens Johnson Syndrome lawsuit Stevens-Johnson Syndrome is a potentially deadly skin disease that usually results from a drug reaction. Another form is called Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis
Synthroid lawsuit Synthroid (Levothyroxine sodium) is a drug that treats hypothyroidism, where a person's thyroid gland does not produce sufficient thyroid hormone.
Thimerosal lawsuit Thimerosal, a mercury-containing preservative used in some vaccines as a preservative since the 1930s.
Zyban lawsuit In the United States, Zyban has been prescribed to more than 5 million smokers since it was approved by the FDA, as a prescription anti-smoking drug in 1997.
Zyprexa lawsuit Zyprexa is a medication that is used to treat psychoses including schizophrenia and acute manic episodes associated with bipolar I disorder.
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