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SiebenCarey

Art Kosieradzki

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July 2018

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Sixteen SiebenCarey Attorneys Selected to 2018 MN Super Lawyers

Art was recently named to the 2018 Minnesota Super Lawyers List in his field of practice. While, on average, just five percent of all lawyers in Minnesota are selected for Super Lawyers each year, 80 percent of SiebenCarey’s attorneys were named Minnesota Super Lawyers. “It’s very rewarding to have 16 of our talented and dedicated attorneys recognized by their peers for their accomplishments,” said Jim Carey, managing partner. “Recognition such as this is reflective of our daily mission: To help Minnesotans understand their legal rights and get the counsel they deserve.”

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Faulty Implants Cause Pain, Problems and Peril

Injured Paw

Did you know that arthritis is the leading cause of disability for adults in the U.S.? By 2030, American citizens over the age of 65 will outnumber children for the first time in U.S. history. An aging baby boomer population means an influx of patients suffering from degenerative orthopedic issues and big business for those who manufacture orthopedic implants. However, these medical devices have caused extreme complications for many patients. You should know what to watch for if you suspect you or someone you love harbors a faulty medical device.

BY THE NUMBERS

150,000

Johnson & Johnson’s faulty Pinnacle hip replacement was implanted into 150,000 patients even though it had not been tested on humans.
 

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Safety Evidence Lacking

Evidence on the safety and effectiveness of medical devices is not readily available to patients, says this Wall Street Journal investigation.


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INTERVIEW: THE DANGER WITHIN US

Investigative medical journalist Jeanne Lenzer discusses her new book about the flawed approval process for medical devices.

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