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- Raising Awareness about Faulty Takata Airbags
The list of recalled cars containing the defective airbags is expected to grow as time goes on.
- Nissan Facing $231 Million Lawsuit Over Defective Brakes
Nissan North American is facing a $231 million lawsuit for allegedly withholding information from the public about a potentially deadly auto defect. Plaintiffs in the case claim the company knew about defective brakes in its Infinity sport utility vehicle (SUV) and other vehicles, but did nothing. The same defect is being blamed for a fatal car accident that claimed three lives.
- Disparagement Law, the Patriot Act and the Food Industry
The United State Patriot Act was implemented to prevent and counteract terrorism in the country. Law enforcement officers and agencies are provided more power to patrol and protect national citizens in efforts to take down and eliminate threats.
- What Should be Done to Fight the Patriot Act Applied to the Food Industry?
Because of the Patriot Act and other laws that govern the food industry, it is not legal to provide statements and information that could affect the profits and revenue of these companies. However, there are ways to fight the Act and other regulations that are implemented to assist larger businesses.
- IVC Filter Manufacturer Faces Wrongful Death Lawsuit
The lawsuit claims that manufacturer C.R. Bard failed to properly warn and hid safety hazards from patients.
- The Basics of the Ethicon Physiomesh™ Recall Class Action in Canada
Hernia Mesh victims from Canada have started a class action lawsuit against Ethicon Inc. over injuries allegedly caused by the company’s physiomesh™, hernia mesh. Some Canadian citizens are unaware of their right to file an individual hernia mesh lawsuit in the United States' Federal Courts. Individual lawsuits mean you get to hire and control your own hernia mesh attorney acting on your behalf and in your best interest
- Polaris Recall Update
Polaris, a company that manufactures all-terrain and off-highway recreational vehicles, is once again recalling its products due to serious risks to consumers.
- I Was Injured by Leaking Battery Acid. Can I Sue the Store and the Product Manufacturer?
Every year, thousands of individuals are injured in stores due to slips and falls, falling objects or even criminal activity. When an injury occurs in a store, the store owner may be held liable for the injury. However, if the product was defective in some manner, the manufacturer may retain some of the legal liability.
- Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Takata for Defective Airbags
The lawsuit claims that major automakers knew the airbags were defective and still chose to sell vehicles containing them.
- Bayer Facing Additional Lawsuits Over Mirena IUD Side Effects
These clients are claiming that Bayer never warned the public about the possibility of developing Pseudotumor celebri.