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Apple eBooks Class Action Settlement Notice

This is a copy of the class action notice that was emailed to me September 4, 2013 giving me notice of the settlement of the Apple eBook class action lawsuit.

Read the class action notice and see if you are a class member and whether you are entitled to benefits under the Apple eBook class action settlement.

GranuFlo lawsuit – Many may unkowingly have a valuable GranuFlo lawsuit

Fresenius Medical Care, maker of the dialysis drug GranuFlo, gives dialysis to 167,000 people in the U.S. But only 201 have filed a GranuFlo lawsuit.

Our work on dialysis lawsuits has led me to a recent suspicion: I believe there are probably hundreds, if not thousands, of people who could collect a large cash award in a GranuFlo lawsuit, but they simply don’t know they qualify. But we’ll help you find out free-of-charge if you fill out our free GranuFlo Lawsuit Case Review Form

What is GranuFlo?

GranuFlo was a drug that was used by Fresenius Medical Care and other companies during the process of dialysis. It seems unlikely that most dialysis patients knew the name of the drugs that were used during dialysis.

GranuFlo was recalled March 29, 2012 in a FDA Class I recall.

Class I recalls are the most serious type of recall; it means that patients are likely to suffer serious injuries or death if the drug is not recalled.

Fresenius Medical Care, maker of GranuFlo, has 167,000 dialysis patients.

Fresenius Medical Care, in a press release, said it has more than 167,000 dialysis patients in the U.S. It’s almost certain that the dialysis drug manufactured by Fresenius was used on all its dialysis patients. Additionally, GranuFlo was sold to other dialysis providers. So there were at least 167,000, and perhaps many more, patients who had dialysis using the drug GranuFlo.

Only 201 GranuFlo lawsuits have been filed in the federal MDL GranuFlo litigation

If at least 167,000 dialysis patients were exposed to a drug that the FDA recalled because it could cause serious injury or death, simple logic suggests that there are many more people who suffered heart problems or death due to GranuFlo. The most reasonable explanation for the small number of GranuFlo lawsuits seems (to me) to be this: the dialysis patients simply didn’t know their injuries or death were caused by GranuFlo.

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GranuFlo Lawsuit website for cases occurring before the GranuFlo recall

GranuFlo Lawsuit has just been launched at granuflo-lawsuit.com. This is part of our ongoing effort to connect with people injured by dialysis malpractice, or the recalled dialysis drugs GranuFlo and NaturaLyte. We’ve also got a GranuFlo Lawsuit Google+ Page, and will be adding more social media to the campaign.

If you or someone in your family was injured or died due to dialysis side effects, take a look at our new GranuFlo Lawsuit and Dialysis Lawsuit websites.


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I’m also going to list some of my current projects so readers can see the actual product that I’m writing about. At the present time, that would include:

Dialysis Lawsuit, a WordPress-built site that is intended to help sign up people who were injured or lost family members due to the recalled dialysis drugs GranuFlo and NaturaLyte, or who suffered serious injuries or the death of a family member due to negligence by the outpatient dialysis center staff. Dialysis Lawsuit is focused broadly on all types of serious dialysis cases, and is not limited to NaturaLyte or GranuFlo lawsuits. The Dialysis Lawsuit site is also integrated with the following social media projects:

As you can tell from the list above, I try to use uniform names as much as possible, both for branding and SEO reasons. I choose the names by using Google AdWord’s Keyword Tool to examine the search volume for different terms. Because I’ve seen that there are as many people searching for “GranuFlo lawsuit” as there are people searching for “dialysis lawsuit,” I’m running a 2nd campaign to connect with potential clients who are searching for “GranuFlo lawsuit.” The site and pages for GranuFlo Lawsuit (some of which are still being built) are:

One tip about creating websites and pages: often, the exact name you want is not available. But that shouldn’t stop you from getting the closest available URL, and then naming the site/page whatever you like. For an example, visit my GranuFlo Lawsuit Facebook Page. You’ll see that I was unable to get exactly the URL I wanted, so I got the URL https://www.facebook.com/GranuFloLawsuitLawyers.


Because I'm a personal injury lawyer who represents people nationwide in lawsuits involving pharmaceutical litigation (prescription drugs that hurt or kill people), defective medical devices, environmental torts, whistleblower lawsuits, and other serious cases, I'm adding this attorney advertising disclaimer at the end of each post: No representation is made that the quality of legal services to be performed is greater than the quality of legal services performed by other lawyers. The hiring of a law firm is a serious decision that should not be based on advertising alone.  All my cases are generally handled by me and a litigation team of law firms I work with. All lawsuits are handled on a contingency basis. If you don't collect, you don't pay.    

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