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Archive: Product Liability

Eleventh Death Linked to Defective Airbags

Airbags are a standard safety feature in most vehicles on the road today. They are designed to inflate quickly and protect drivers and passengers in the event of a crash or collision. When they deploy properly, they can help to prevent serious and potentially life threatening car accident injuries from occurring. Unfortunately, a defect in airbag…

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2015 Safe Shopping Guide to Help Parents Avoid Dangerous Toys and Have a Safe Holiday

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Christmas is almost here. For most parents, that means last minute shopping for children’s gifts. But before you finish your shopping, take the time to learn which toys may be unsafe in order to protect your children from preventable injuries this holiday season. Here is a 2015 safe shopping guide to help you avoid dangerous…

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Bunchems Toys Causing a Tangle This Christmas

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The makers of Bunchems, the hot new toy for kids, have found themselves hearing from a lot of unhappy parents. While the tiny toys are adored by kids, parents across the U.S. have been complaining about the toy that comes in marble-sized balls in a variety of different colors, and can be used to create…

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Fumes from Laminate Flooring from Lumber Liquidators Pose Health Concern

Our product liability lawyers warn about dangerous fumes from laminated flooring.

A Kentucky family is joining thousands of American families who are testing their homes for toxic fumes from Chinese-made laminate flooring sold by Lumber Liquidators, CBS News reports. John Mutters of Lexington installed laminate floors from Lumber Liquidators in his home two years ago and wants to find out whether the air inside contains too…

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Drug Manufacturer Did Not Adequately Warn of Side Effects of Risperdal

Our dangerous drug lawyers report that Risperdal drug manufacturer did not adequately warn of side effects.

A Philadelphia jury recently decided that the drugmaker Johnson & Johnson should pay $2.5 million to a man who developed enlarged breasts after being prescribed Risperdal as a boy, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Thousands of lawsuits are pending against Johnson & Johnson for failing to warn the Food and Drug Administration, doctors and consumers about…

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