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  • Category: Products Liability

    Important Holiday Safety Tips

    We all know they’re coming…the holidays are practically here. And with the fast-approaching season comes more travel, more parties, and more cooking. Between the months of late November and early January, we all must remember to take certain precautions to keep ourselves, our friends and our families safe and sound. According to the National Safety[…]

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    Stomach Paralysis Caused by Ozempic and Mounjaro?

    Attorneys across the country are investigating claims against Novo Nordisk and Eli Lilly and Co., manufacturers of popular diabetes and weight loss drugs Ozempic and Mounjaro. These drugs may cause gastroparesis, or paralysis of the stomach. Gastroparesis is not only uncomfortable and difficult for patients to experience, but it is also an incurable condition. Manufacturers[…]

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    Products Liability Lawsuits Being Filed Against Manufacturer of Bard Power Port

    Dangerous or defective medical devices, such as faulty implants, pacemakers, and prosthetics, can give rise to a products liability claim if a person is injured or dies due to their use. Despite Food and Drug Administration (FDA) monitoring, products can still be defective in their design, manufacturing, or marketing. An increasing number of federal lawsuits[…]

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    Can I Sue if I Was Burned by a Defective Product?

    Consumers purchase and use many kinds of products each year. They also have the right to assume the products will work safely and as advertised. Unfortunately, unsafe products frequently find their way to the marketplace and cause harm to innocent workers, individuals, and families. Defective product burn injuries are a serious problem. There is a[…]

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    CPSC Approves Final Consumer Safety Standard to Prevent Furniture Tip-Overs

    The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recently voted to adopt mandatory safety standards to protect infants and young children from furniture tip-overs, which all too often culminate in serious injuries and fatalities. Tip-over injuries are typically associated with armoires, dressers, wardrobes, and other clothing storage units. The CPSC is aware of 234 deaths in the[…]

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