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The Meyerson Law Firm represents injured victim of Travis County prosecutor

Travis County prosecutor charged with DWI Involved in wreck, refused breath test, police say AUSTIN (KXAN) - A prosecutor with the Travis County District Attorney's Office was charged with driving while intoxicated after being involved in a traffic wreck over the weekend. According to an arrest warrant affidavit released Monday, Brandon Grunewald, 33, was in a collision Sunday afternoon o...
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Recall of St. Jude Eon Mini Spine Stimulators

  St. Jude Medical has recalled certain models of Eon and Eon Mini implantable pulse generators (IPGs).  IPGs are battery powered devices that are implanted into a patient’s spinal area and provide stimulation in order to reduce chronic pain. IPGs require the implanted internal battery to be recharged.  However, these devices suffer from significant problems.  In certain models, t...
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Counterfeit Chemotherapy Drugs Sold By Unlicensed Distributor

The Meyerson Law Firm, P.C. is currently investigating victims of a counterfeit version of the chemotherapy drug Avastin. A fly-by-the-night distributor going by the names Quality Specialty Products and Montana Health Care Solutions sold and distributed the counterfeit drug—which was nothing more than saline solution—to cancer patients across Texas. Our client subsequently died after his lung canc...
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Medical Malpractice Expansion

Recent case law has expanded the definition of what would be considered medical malpractice.  In addition to traditional malpractice by doctors or nurses, any injury at a medical facility may fall under the requirements of the Civil Practice and Remedies Code Ch. 74.  This chapter, that was created under tort reform, requires that a special report be provided by the Plaintiff within 120 days of fi...
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Oil and Gas Fraud

The Meyerson Law Firm is currently litigating an oil fraud case in federal court in Detroit.  The allegations of fraud asserted by our client discuss an elaborate scheme involving taking deposits for millions of dollars worth of oil and then refusing to provide the product.  Depositions for this case will take us from Houston to San Francisco with the trial being held in Detroit.
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Defective Medical Spinal Implant

The Meyerson Law Firm recently settled on behalf of a client with Verticor, Ltd., the manufacturer of a spherical spinal implant called an Eclipse Sphere as well as Dr. James Hansen.  This device was cleared via the FDA's 510k process using the predicate of Medtronic's Satellite Sphere.    When used in an off-label manner, the device subsides into the vertebrae causing intense pain and typically r...
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Tip Pooling

The FLSA prohibits restaurants from requiring tip pooling amongst staff. Voluntary tip pooling is legal, but only waiters, bartenders, and restaurant employees making less than minimum wage and who have direct interaction with patrons may participate in tip collection. Managers, cooks, dishwashers, etc. are not permitted to receive tips on a mandatory basis. Many restaurants and bars violate the F...
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Dram Shop Cases

The Meyerson Law Firm settles against local bar Enzo for over-serving a drunk who punched one of its patrons. We are proud to defend against establishments that create drunk drivers, putting locals in harm’s way. Please keep us in mind in the future if you have a potential dram shop case.
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Sheriff’s Sale September 14th, 2011

Sheriff's sale of seized items! Wednesday September 14, 2011 at 11:00 AM!! Location: Apple Movers 9807 Brown Lane Austin, Texas 78745 List of Items for Auction1. Leopard print chase lounge chair2. Three piece Beige sectional sofa3. Three rugs4. Two buffet tables5. Mirror6. Two piece dining table with eight chairs and three leaf attachments7. Washer (Serial No. 75425605804306041647-65T65T0800AND)8....
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