Ed Bernstein, owner and founder of Ed Bernstein & Associates, has been selected as one of the 2015 Distinguished Women & Men in Nevada.

Bernstein is active in both legal and non-legal circles around Nevada.

His law firm has helped over 40,000 injured clients get the compensation they deserved. In 2011, the firm won a $104 million settlement against drug companies for their negligence involving the Endoscopy Center of Southern Nevada.

Currently, he is serving on committees within the Nevada State Bar such as the Professionalism Committee and the Southern Disciplinary Board. Previously, he’s served on committees such as the Nevada State Bar Fee Dispute Committee, the Nevada State Bar Lawyer Referral Service Committee and the Nevada State Bar Judicial Fund-Raising Practices Study Committee.

He’s a current member of the Nevada Justice Association and has served on its board of directors. He’s also a member of the Clark County Bar Association.

Bernstein was appointed by Lloyd George, a United States District Court Judge, to serve on the Federal Civil Justice Reform Act Advisory Group for the District of Nevada and on the Supreme Court Community Relations Committee.

Bernstein has also been selected as one of the “’Top 100 Trial Lawyers” by the American Trial Lawyer Association.
He’s also heavily involved with the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America.

In addition, Ed Bernstein is the host of The Ed Bernstein Show, the longest running television talk show in the history of Nevada.


Dana Marshall-Bernstein is featured in this summer’s edition of the Cleveland Clinic’s Catalyst magazine.

Dana Marshall-Bernstein’s struggle with Crohn’s disease, an autoimmune disorder that attacks the digestive system, and her treatment at the Cleveland Clinic is the subject of her documentary SemiColon; The Adventures of Ostomy Girl.

In Crohn’s disease, the immune system mistakenly attacks healthy bacteria in the GI tract. Chronic inflammation causes thickening of the intestinal wall, which triggers the symptoms. The exact reason for this is still not clear. About 700,000 Americans are affected by Crohn’s disease.

“Crohn’s has affected my whole life – every second of every day of my life,” Dana said. “When I go to the doctor, I say, ‘This is what you do for a living, but this is what I do to live.’ It’s not something that I can take a break from, like a five-minute breather, or go on vacation and say, ‘I’ll deal with this on Monday.’ It gets very tiring.”

Dana’s parents, Cari Marshall and Ed Bernstein had a hard time finding the appropriate healthcare close to their home in Las Vegas. Both of her parents are from Cleveland and had opted to make the journey for the Cleveland Clinic.

Cleveland Clinic is of the top digestive disease centers in the United States. Dana’s father, Ed, has been “thrilled” with the level of care that Dana has received at the Cleveland Clinic.

To help raise awareness of the struggles that come with Crohn’s disease, Cari, Dana’s mother, and Dana produced Semicolon; The Adventures of Ostomy Girl. It was shot at the Cleveland Clinic and premiered in Las Vegas in March 2015 to excellent reviews.…


What is Invokana? 

Invokana (Canagliflozin) is manufactured by Johnson & Johnson and was approved by the FDA in 2013 to treat symptoms of diabetes.

What are its side effects?

Invokana has recently been linked to serious side effects including urinary tract infections, hypersensitivity, dehydration, and kidney damage. Another serious side effect of the drug is ketoacidosis.

To understand more about these side effects and why they occur, it’s best to understand how Invokana works. The medication adjusts the normal functionality of the kidneys for sugar to be excreted through the patient’s urine. This inhibition of the kidneys creates a high level of acid (known as ketones) in the blood. So much so, in fact, that it can lead to a serious disease known as ketoacidosis. Symptoms of ketoacidosis may include vomiting, pain, confusion, fatigue, and can lead to a coma or even death.

What should I do if I’m effected?

In March of 2015, the FDA released a warning about ketoacidosis from Invokana and other medications in the SGLT2 class. They advised that anyone suffering from the bad side effects of Invokana should immediately seek medical care. Hundreds of cases of serious injury have been reported by patients taking the drug.

If you have taken Invokana and endured an adverse reaction, we urge you to seek medical treatment. Secondly, please call the law office of Ed Bernstein & Associates to see if you have a case.…