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Alert- New Crestor Side Effects Discovered

A study has discovered individuals taking the cholesterol medication Crestor and other HMG-CoA inhibitors may be at a higher risk of kidney damage, muscle soreness, and even what has become known as Crestor Diabetes. The study determined that the newly discovered risks of kidney damage, while small, still possess the potential to cause serious damage. …

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The Father-Daughter Team

Together, the father-daughter team of Joe and Emily Biscone has over 45 years practicing workers’ compensation law. Joe began specializing in workers’ compensation in 1975. Emily joined her dad in 2003. Both Joe and Emily graduated from Oklahoma City University School of Law, and both are admitted to practice before U.S. District Court, Western District …

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The Road To Justice – December 2012

JOHNSON & BISCONE ARE TAKING CASES INVOLVING THE BIRTH CONTROL KNOWN AS YASMIN (YAZ) AND CASES INVOLVING THE USE OF TRANSVAGINAL MESH TO TREAT PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE AND URINARY LEAKAGE IN WOMEN YASMIN, YAZ, AND OCELLA Yasmin, also known as Yaz or Ocella, has been linked to serious and sometimes fatal circulatory disease. Women who have suffered …

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Representing A Client in Oklahoma Turnpike Accident

Bryce Johnson has recently been retained to represent a client injured on the Will Rogers Turnpike when a Budweiser truck crossed the cement median barrier and collided with traffic heading the opposite direction. The injuries consisted of traumatic brain injury and post traumatic stress disorder. If you are looking for Oklahoma Accident attorney contact the …

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Class Action Lawsuit Resolved

Bryce Johnson of Johnson and Biscone and 5 other local law firms recently resolved a class action involving failure of the corporate defendant to adhere to the terms and conditions of their contract.   The case was a hard fought case taking over 8 years to complete and  involving an appeal to the Oklahoma Supreme Court.

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