Missouri Drug Injury Lawyers Examine Zofran® Birth Defect Risks

July 21st, 2015 | Drug injury

The Missouri drug injury lawyers at Cofman Townsley Injury Lawyers would like to remind you that if you’re pregnant, taking certain drugs may put your unborn child’s health at risk of harm. Zofran® is a medication often used to treat nausea in cancer patients. However, doctors have been known to prescribe the drug to pregnant… Read More

The Risks of Slip and Fall Accidents

June 9th, 2015 | Slip and fall accident

Slip and Fall Accident Statistics Slips, trips, and falls are responsible for more than 8 million emergency room visits per year. Many of these accidents occur in the home, which may explain why children and the elderly are the most common victims of slip and fall injuries. Falls Among The Elderly The Centers for Disease… Read More

Most Common Missouri Crush Injuries and Complications

March 17th, 2015 | Personal injury

When accidents happen, those involved may suffer serious injuries. One of the most serious types of injuries that can occur though are those that involve the victim being crushed. Crush injuries can occur in a variety of ways. Whether it’s in a car accident or occurs during a work-related incident, the results can be deadly.… Read More

How to Avoid a Burn Injury Caused By Hot Liquids This Holiday Season

December 29th, 2014 | Personal injury

The holidays are synonymous with warm cocoa and coffee in many households across the United States. While a hot drink can be soothing during the holidays, it’s important to remember these liquids can scald you, causing a serious burn injury. These risks only increase if you’re using a coffee or cocoa maker that may be… Read More

Financial Resources Available for Those Who Suffer Amputation and Loss of Limbs

September 16th, 2014 | Personal injury

Many types of injuries can make it difficult to work in the future and cause workers to need income resources to help make ends meet, but one of the most serious is the amputation and loss of limbs. That’s why our legal team at Cofman Townsley would like to outline several of the options that… Read More

Human and Monetary Costs Associated With Transvaginal Mesh Failure

August 12th, 2014 | Personal injury

When our organs and other internal body parts will not stay in their proper location, corrective surgery may be needed; however, some of the products that are being used during these procedures may put patients at serious risk of harm. Take, for instance, the hundreds of thousands of women who have been harmed by a… Read More

Missouri Medical Malpractice Laws Undergo Changes

June 17th, 2014 | Medical malpractice

Doctors and their medical staff are required by law to protect the health and safety of their patients. Several changes were recently made to these laws by legislators in order to clarify the actions that must be taken when a case of Missouri medical malpractice is suspected. Reports from The Citizens Commission on Human Rights… Read More

3 Common Causes of Defective Medical Devices

March 18th, 2014 | Defective medical device

March 18, 2014 For millions of Americans, the use of a medical device is necessary to significantly improve their quality of life. When a new product is developed though, problems may be overlooked or go unrecognized which can sometimes cause serious harm to patients. This leaves many wondering what some of the most common causes… Read More

Mock Crash Scene Shows Missouri Teens The Dangers Of Distracted Driving

May 14th, 2013 | Auto accident

Studies have shown that almost half of all teenage drivers admit to texting on a cellphone while behind the wheel. Furthermore, researchers concluded those who engage in this risky behavior are not only more likely to engage in other dangerous behaviors, like not wearing a seat belt or drinking and driving, but also are more likely to be involved in Car Accidents. Read More

FDA Works To Improve Delivery Of Information Regarding Defective Products

April 2nd, 2013 | Defective product

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recognized that making the public more aware of recalls that have been issued on Defective Products or drugs should be a high priority. In order to accomplish this goal, the agency has implemented several new strategies and tools that will help get better information to the public in a more efficient manner. Read More