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Family files product liability against drug maker

A product liability lawsuit has been filed against a drug maker and a treatment facility by the family of a man who allegedly died after being given contaminated blood thinner. The wrongful death lawsuit contends that the victim was given Heparin during treatment. After a month of treatments, the wrongful death victim had an adverse reaction to the medication and died. The product liability lawsuit alleges that the facilities in China where the drug was manufactured did not meet U.S. regulations. The wrongful death lawsuit seeks damages for medical and hospital expenses, loss of income, physical and mental pain and suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, funeral and burial expenses, pecuniary losses, loss of advice and counsel, loss of services, loss of inheritance, and loss of companionship and society.

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