Consumer Safety Watch is a consumer advocate organization that helps fight for individuals and families that have been injured as a result of negligent products, medical devices or drugs and pharmaceutical products.
The big pharmaceutical firms, medical device makers, insurance companies and corporations have millions to pay attorneys, investigators, and doctors to protect their financial interests. It is nearly impossible for an individual or family to take on these companies alone. Those affected need an organization that protect their rights and help victims of corporate or pharmaceutical abuse get the compensation they deserve. At Consumer Safety Watch, individuals are connected with the best fitting legal representation to meet their needs, almost always at no up front cost to the victims or their families.
Research has shown that exposure to the popular weed killer product, Roundup, may be associated with serious side effects, including: Leukemia; Bone Cancer; Non Hodgkin Lymphoma, other cancers, [...]READ MORE
The long-term effects of pseudotumor cerebri (PTC) can be devastating, and a pseudotumor cerebri lawsuit can help affected women pursue compensation for current and future damages associated with the [...]READ MORE
As more information comes to light about the potential for hernia mesh devices to cause devastating side effects in patients, more and more hernia mesh recipients are pursuing legal claims against [...]READ MORE
Widely-used testosterone treatments like AndroGel and Testim may be tied to an increased risk of heart attack, stroke and death among men of all ages, and now young men who took low-T drugs seeking [...]READ MORE
Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder and Shower to Shower products may increase the risk of ovarian cancer in women who use the powder for feminine hygiene purposes, a growing body of research has shown. If [...]READ MORE
Taxotere is a synthetic chemotherapy drug often used to treat breast cancer. It was falsely promoted by its manufacturer, Sanofi-Aventis, as a more effective treatment option than the already established chemotherapy drug Taxol.