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- Possible Child Safety Seat Law Overhaul
According to AAA New Jersey, car accidents are the leading cause of death for children over six months of age.
- Use of Zofran During Pregnancy Linked to Heart Defects and Other Birth Defects
The FDA has warned that women who use Zofran during pregnancy could be more likely to give birth to a child with heart defects or other birth defects. Families whose children were born with birth defects linked to Zofran have already filed lawsuits against the drug's manufacturer in two states.
- Filing an Injury Claim Against a Company
Filing an injury claim against a company is much more complicated and challenging than filing a claim against an individual. You don't want to go rushing after an injury and file a claim against a business or commercial establishment. You first need to gather evidence, make sure that you meet all the criteria for your claim, and only then take the first step forward to contacting either the business or the insurer.
- South Jersey Wrongful Death Lawyers Report on Energy Drink Litigation
The popularity of highly caffeinated energy drinks is well known for its ability to provide a quick lift and increased energy levels.
- New Study Focuses on Dangers of Energy Drinks
A recent study conducted by the pediatric chair for Wayne State University and DMC Childrenís Hospital of Michigan reveals that energy drinks may be dangerous and even deadly.
- Class Action Lawsuit Claims Dangerous Levels of Arsenic in Wine
A class action lawsuit was filed in California Superior Court on March 19, 2015 claiming that 28 wineries produced and sold wine containing dangerous levels of arsenic and failed to warn consumers about the potential risks.
- Contaminated Children's Medication
McNeil-PPC Inc., a division of Johnson & Johnson, has pled guilty to knowingly distributing tens of millions of bottles of childrenís medication containing metal particles.
- Ricon to Pay 1.75 Million for Selling Defective Wheelchair Lifts
The U.S. Department of Transportation recently slapped a penalty of $1.75 million on the Ricon Corporation for continuing to produce and sell defective wheelchair lifts, despite issuing a recall of the product.
- Bellwether Case in Federal Court Settled Mid-Trial
A settlement was reached between Ethicon and the woman whom was injured from one of its Transvaginal Mesh devices.
- Modified Guardrails are Defective and Potentially Deadly
A former guardrail installer from Virginia is making it his mission to travel the country and bring awareness to what he claims are defective guardrails on our nationís highways.