Oklahoma Law Injury Blog


Silicone Gel Breast Implant Lawsuits

Noble McIntyre on April 24, 2017

The two most common reasons why someone might get breast implants are cosmetic, or for breast cancer patients who have undergone mastectomy. Regardless of what the reasons are, lawsuits are being filed against breast implant manufacturer Mentor Worldwide (a Johnson & Johnson company) alleging that silicone-based breast implants were not properly tested before they went to market, and breast implant patients have experienced significant harm as a result. Continue reading


Chemotherapy drug Taxotere and permanent hair loss

Noble McIntyre on April 19, 2017

Chemotherapy is difficult to endure, even in the best-case scenario. In addition to all the other effects that chemotherapy has on your body and your emotional self, it’s now been shown that popular drug Taxotere could be causing permanent and irreversible hair loss. If you think that you might be a victim of Taxotere hair loss, we can help. Continue reading


Finding a hernia mesh implant lawyer

Noble McIntyre on March 9, 2017

Hernia mesh implants can be excellent for patients who have suffered hernia pain. But, there are several popular hernia mesh implants that are now subject to recalls because of harmful side-effects. Specifically, Ethicon Physiomesh (manufactured by Johnson + Johnson) and Atrium C-Qur (pronounced “secure”) have been recalled, but for different reasons. Continue reading


McIntyre Law’s 2015 DUI Report

Noble McIntyre on January 23, 2017

For nearly a decade, McIntyre Law has been tracking and compiling research on Driving Under the Influence (DUI) crashes in Oklahoma. The data is sobering… or, it should be. Our team gathers data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), Oklahoma Highway Safety Office (OHSO), the Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS) and the U.S. Census to determine trends with respect to alcohol-related accidents. Continue reading


2016 Annual Day of Kindness

Noble McIntyre on December 2, 2016

Hunger is a problem in Oklahoma. Families are scraping by, working hard, and trying their best to have a meaningful, warm and happy holiday season, but some don’t have enough food. At McIntyre Law, we recognize the importance of family, community and holiday spirit — it’s as important to us as it is to you. That’s why, for the seventh year in a row, we held the Annual Day of Kindness; our team distributed 5,000 free turkeys to families in need in Oklahoma City, Norman, Reno and Mustang so that they can have a hot, satisfying Thanksgiving meal. Continue reading


McIntyre Law 7th Annual Day of Kindness

Noble McIntyre on November 14, 2016

One of the hallmarks of McIntyre Law is that we do more than just advocate for your legal needs. We’re also dedicated to our (and your) community. Continue reading


Baby powder cancer case settlement

Noble McIntyre on November 7, 2016

It’s been a big week for people engaged in talcum powder cancer lawsuits. In case you’re unfamiliar, Johnson & Johnson, the ubiquitous behemoth manufacturer of personal care products, has been under fire by women who claim that they are suffering from ovarian and other cancers as a result of regular use of baby powder (containing talc) in their genital areas. Continue reading


Anatomy of a Lawsuit: What is Product Liability?

Noble McIntyre on September 16, 2016

Thousands of injuries are caused in the U.S. every year because of dangerous or defective products. Product liability cases are common, and this is how the legal system classifies those situations when a defective product goes through market channels and lands in the hands of a consumer (that’s you). Continue reading


Understanding a Pharmaceutical Recall

Noble McIntyre on August 30, 2016

A pharmaceutical recall is never taken lightly, and a drug could be recalled from the market for specific reasons. Among them: health risks, newly discovered drug interactions, manufacturing errors and/or errors in packaging information. Continue reading


Decoding the FDA Drug Recall Process

Noble McIntyre on August 5, 2016

You probably hear fairly frequently about food and products that are subject to recalls, but it also happens with both prescription and over-the-counter medications. A pharmaceutical recall can be scary, because if you have taken a particular drug for many years (or even short-term), you could be worried about its long-term effects. Defective drug recalls are commonplace, and if you’ve experienced uncommon side-effects from a particular drug, you might be wondering how to handle that. In our two-part series, we’ll walk you through why an FDA drug recall is issued, how approval and reporting systems work, how the Food and Drug Administration evaluates claims, and more. Continue reading


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