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- Mechanical Failure in Motor Vehicle Accidents
In some cases, motor vehicle accidents are not caused by an act immediately before the accident, such as speeding or turning in front of oncoming traffic. Instead, some motor vehicle accidents are caused because of the vehicle’s mechanical failure.
- Hover Board Injuries
Hover boards are a popular toy item that teens and pre-teens are particularly drawn to. However, hover boards have been a frequent source of injury for children who use them.
- Talcum Powder Products Linked to Ovarian Cancer Risk, Hundreds of Lawsuits Filed
Women who used talcum powder products for feminine hygiene may be at risk of developing ovarian cancer. More than 1,200 lawsuit have been filed against Johnson & Johnson by women who were diagnosed with ovarian cancer after using Johnson's Baby Powder, Shower to Shower, or other talc products sold by the company.
- Statute of Limitations for Defective Medicines
Sometimes after a person has taken certain medications, he or she discovers that this medicine has caused unanticipated medical issues. A person may be entitled to compensation for injuries caused by defective products. However, a person only has a limited amount of time in which to bring a lawsuit in order to recover.
- Signed Settlement Agreement to Resolve Durom Cup Lawsuits and Claims Announced
An overview of the Durom Cup settlement agreement.
- Nerve Damage Lawsuits Filed against Makers of Levaquin and Other FQ Antibiotic Drugs
The FDA has warned that patients taking antibiotic drugs known as fluoroquinolones (or FQ antibiotics) may be at risk of developing a serious type of nerve damage known as peripheral neuropathy. Patients taking FQ antibiotics such as Levaquin, Cipro, Avelox, Noroxin, Floxin, and Factive may be at risk of developing serious and potentially permanent nerve damage in the extremities.
- Failure to Warn in Product Liability Cases
When a consumer uses a product that causes them harm or injury, the manufacturer, retailer or distributor of that product can be held liable if they failed to warn the consumer of the potential for injury.
- Former EPA Official: VW Plea Of Ignorance Over Dieselgate Emissions Scandal "Doesn't Pass The Laugh Test"
A former EPA official says that Volkswagen’s claims that executives at the company were unaware of the emissions cheating that led to the Dieselgate scandal “just doesn’t pass the laugh test”. Volkswagen recalled 11 million VW and Audi diesel-powered vehicles worldwide after admitting that it had installed a "defeat device" that hid the high emissions levels of these vehicles from regulators.
- Lawsuit Claims Popular Hair Care Product Causes Hair Loss
More than 200 consumers across 40 states have joined together to file a class action lawsuit against the maker of a popular hair care brand. They are claiming WEN Hair Care products caused them to suffer extreme hair loss and damage to their scalps.
- E-Cigarette Lawsuit for Lack of Cancer Warning
New E-cigarette lawsuits are being filed, all claiming that manufacturers are intentionally not warning consumers of dangerous ingredients found in their products.