Paul J Molinaro’s Guides

Paul J Molinaro

Corona Medical Malpractice Attorney.

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  1. AndroGel and Stroke

    Written by attorney Paul Molinaro, 3 months ago.

    Snake oil salesmen have been selling fountain of youth elixirs since people starting getting old. Fortunately, most snake oils are only harmful to the purchaser's wallet as many of the alleged aging c

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  2. IS THERE IS NO ANTIDOTE FOR PRADAXA?

    Written by attorney Paul Molinaro, 4 months ago.

    One of the big “selling” points for Pradaxa is no regular blood draws and dietary restrictions. What promoters of Pradaxa conveniently do not tell physicians and patients is that there is no commonly

  3. Fosamax (Alendronate Sodium), Side Effects, and Merck

    Written by attorney Paul Molinaro, 4 months ago.

    Prescription drug manufacturers have a duty to warn the public (and medical professionals) about the side effects of their products. Should a company fail to provide adequate warnings, it can be held

  4. Pradaxa (dabigatran etexilate mesylate), Bleeding, and Kidney Disease

    Written by attorney Paul Molinaro, 10 months ago.

    The prescription drugPradaxa (dabigatran etexilate mesylate) is a medication which has been prescribed to hundreds of thousands of patients to thin their blood thereby reducing the risk of stroke and blood clots when they have certain underlying heart disease such as atrial fibri...

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  5. Byetta, Januvia, Janumet, and Panreatic Disease

    Written by attorney Paul Molinaro, 10 months ago.

    BYETTA (EXENATIDE), JANUVIA (SITAGLIPTIN), OR JANUMET (SITAGLIPTIN WITH METFORMIN) Since 2005, the prescription drug Byetta (exenatide), an injectable medication, has been prescribed to hundreds of thousands of diabetics to control their blood glucose (sugar) levels. However, on...

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  6. Avandia (Rosiglitazone) and Heart Disease Litigation

    Written by attorney Paul Molinaro, 10 months ago.

    Since 1999, the prescription drug Avandia (rosiglitazone) is a medication which has been prescribed to hundreds of thousands of diabetics to control their blood glucose (sugar) levels. However, on February 03, 2011, the United States Food and Drug Administration issued the follow...

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  7. Actos (pioglitazone) and Bladder Cancer Litigation

    Written by attorney Paul Molinaro, 10 months ago.

    Since 1999, the prescription drug Actos is a medication which has been prescribed to hundreds of thousands of diabetics to control their blood glucose (sugar) levels. However, on June 15, 2011, the United States Food and Drug Administration issued the followingSafety Announcement...

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  8. The Medical Malpractice Case - Why It Really Is about the Money

    Written by attorney Paul Molinaro, over 1 year ago.

    Many potential clients call me to see whether I think they have a medical malpractice case. These potential clients and I will talk about what happened, what the doctor (nurse, physician assistant, etc.) did or did not do, what harms may have occurred as a result of said action ...

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  9. SHOULD YOU HAVE YOUR NEW LOAN DOCUMENTS REVIEWED BY AN ATTORNEY?

    Written by attorney Paul Molinaro, about 3 years ago.

    If you've even been half paying attention to the media coverage on mortgage litigation lately, you have probably heard about getting a loan document "audit." This is where you pay thousands of dollars to some self-titled called forensic loan auditor to prepare a nonsensical repor...

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  10. Post-Foreclosure Liability - Will Lenders Go After California Borrowers?

    Written by attorney Paul Molinaro, over 3 years ago.

    California's anti-deficiency laws were written to prevent: (1) multiplicity of actions; (2) overvaluation of the security; (3) worsening an economic recession by holding debtors personally liable after losing their homes; and (4) allowing creditors to low-ball bids at the foreclo...

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