Our lawyers have earned a national reputation for excellence, with decades of experience in the areas of personal injury and wrongful death. The firm’s partners, Mark Kosieradzki and Joel Smith, have been repeatedly recognized as Minnesota "Super Lawyers" by Law & Politics magazine. In addition, Mark Kosieradzki has been named a "Top 40 Personal Injury Super Lawyer" and a "Top 100 Super Lawyer" in Minnesota by Law & Politics magazine. In addition, Mark Kosieradzki has been selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America and is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum.
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Hundreds in Minnesota Report Signs of Stroke, Meningitis
The StarTribune reports that “hundreds of Minnesotans who received potentially contaminated steroid injections have been advised to seek medical evaluation after reporting symptoms of meningitis or stroke,” according to Minnesota health officials. The report states that the Minnesota Department of Health ”has been flooded with calls from worried patients, as well as from doctors and emergency rooms seeking information about the outbreak.”
As of October 8th, 105 cases and eight deaths nationwide have been linked to steroid products made by a Massachusetts pharmacy, the New England Compounding Center (NECC), which closed last week and recalled all its products, including thousands of vials of steroid products, after contaminated lots were linked to cases of fungal meningitis, a severe infection of the brain and spinal cord, and stroke.
Since October 5th, state health officials have contacted more than 700 of the 831 patients who are known to have received the suspect injections at two Twin Cities medical clinics, Medical Advanced Pain Specialists (MAPS) and the Minnesota Surgery Center, which are the only clinics in Minnesota known to have used the steroids linked to the outbreak, according to the health department. The tainted batches were used from July to late September. Federal officials warned doctors last week to stop using the products.
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