District of Rhode Island Torts - Injury Cases

Personal Injury- Product Liability Cases, Dockets and Filings

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Sousa v. Johnson & Johnson
as 1:2015cv00198
Defendant: Johnson & Johnson
Plaintiff: Katie L. Sousa
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Notice of Removal
Georgantas v. Zimmer, Inc. et al
as 1:2015cv00067
Plaintiff: Susan Georgantas
Defendant: Zimmer, Inc., Zimmer Holdings, Inc.
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Personal Injury
Pochon v. Actavis, Inc. et al
as 1:2014cv00403
Defendant: Abbot Laboratories, Inc., Abbvie Inc., Watson Pharmaceuticals, Inc. and others
Plaintiff: Marvin Pochon
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Product Liability
Novak et al v. Bard, Inc. et al
as 1:2014cv03868
Defendant: CR Bard Inc, Davol Inc
Plaintiff: Kathleen Smith Novak , Anthony Novak
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Personal Injury
Wheeler v. Davol, Inc. et al
as 1:2014cv03867
Defendant: C.R. Bard, Inc., Davol, Inc., Bard Devices Inc
Plaintiff: LeeRoy Wheeler
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Product Liability
Wilsford v. Davol Inc et al
as 1:2014cv03863
Defendant: C.R. Bard Inc. , Davol Inc
Plaintiff: Mary Wilsford
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Product Liability
Rothenfluch v. Davol Inc
as 1:2014cv03862
Defendant: C.R. Bard Inc. , Davol Inc
Plaintiff: Gerald Rothenfluch
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Product Liability
Ovalles et al v. Sony Electronics Inc. et al
as 1:2014cv00137
Defendant: Best Buy Co., Inc., Sony Electronics Inc., Foxconn International Inc.
Plaintiff: Wilson Ovalles , A. O. , Wanda Ovalles
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Product Liability
Harlin v. Davol, Inc. et al
as 1:2014cv03856
Defendant: C.R. Bard, Inc., Davol, Inc.
Plaintiff: Kristie Harlin
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Product Liability
Kilgore et al v. Davol, Inc. et al
as 1:2014cv03858
Defendant: Davol, Inc., C.R. Bard, Inc.
Plaintiff: Eddie E Kilgore , Brenda J. Kilgore
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Product Liability
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