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Product Liability

Defining a Product Liability Claim Cornell University Law [1] School defines products liability as follows: “Products liability refers to the liability of any or all parties along the chain of manufacture of any product for damage caused by that product. This includes the manufacturer of component parts (at the top…

Severe Injuries Inflicted by Defective Household Appliances If you follow the news closely, you will remember a recent article about how a famous French lifestyle blogger was killed–by an exploding whipped cream dispenser. The shrapnel from the dispenser actually pierced her heart, and she suffered a major heart attack and…

Transvaginal Mesh Defective Medical Device Lawsuits Transvaginal Mesh is an extremely controversial product that is highly debated in the medical and legal fields because of its lack of efficacy. Throughout the years of continued use, many women have had resulting adverse reactions that are often debilitating and life-threatening. Transvaginal Mesh…

Zantac Cancer Risk Millions of people have to learn to live with heartburn and acid indigestion. Our lifestyles, sleep patterns, and overall food habits all contribute to this ailment. The widespread nature of this problem has made medicines providing relief from heartburn and acid indigestion readily available. Among all the…

All across the country, firefighters, military personnel, and communities are filing firefighting foam cancer lawsuits. These lawsuits allege that the companies making firefighting foam knew of the inherent dangers of their products, yet failed to warn the public of these risks, most notably the risk of cancer due to exposure….

Firefighting Cancer Lawsuit – We Are Investigating Claims Nationwide The manufacturers of firefighting foams have become the focus of litigation due to the dangerous properties that their product exhibits and the diagnosis of cancer. Firefighting foam cancer lawsuits allege that major manufacturers deliberately withheld knowledge of the product’s dangers for…

Firefighting Aqueous Film Forming Foam (AFFF) Cancer Firefighters face a significant risk of developing firefighting foam cancer due to long-term exposure to toxic PFAS chemicals in the foam. Employees in other fire-control occupations, as well as communities, also face a higher risk of developing firefighting foam cancers related to their…

Firefighting Foam Contains Toxic Forever Chemicals Firefighting foam contains numerous toxic chemicals known as “forever chemicals.” These chemicals do not break down quickly and stay around for a long time. They are linked to a variety of chronic and disabling illnesses and conditions, especially cancers. Firefighters, military personnel, and airport…