As with most large product liability lawsuits, there are a lot of questions and confusion surrounding 3M military earplugs, their defect, who is affected, and how to file a claim for financial compensation.
53,000 Pounds of Ground Beef Recalled- Possible E-coli Contamination
According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Grant Park Packaging recalled approximately 53,000 pounds of ground beef for possible E-coli O103 contamination.
3M Co. to Pay $9.1 Million in Defective Military Earplug Lawsuit
3M Co. has agreed to pay $9.1 million in lawsuit alleging that the company provided defective combat earplugs to U.S. troops.
As parents, we may be unaware of potential hazards toys and child product may pose to our children. Fortunately, World Against Toys Causing Harm (W.A.T.C.H) has compiled a portfolio of the top ten dangerous toys to be aware of this holiday season.
Popular Retail Stores T.J. Maxx and Marshalls Face Numerous Product Recalls; Some Products Deadly to Infants
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission recently issued a public recall for nineteen items being sold among several T.J. Maxx, HomeGoods, and Marshalls stores nationwide.
1.4 Million Takata Airbags Recalled Due to New Deadly Defect
The airbags made by the presently-bankrupt company Takata has been uncovered to have a new defect that has led to at least one death.
Over 515,000 Pounds of Raw Pork Products Recalled – Lack of Inspection for Over 2 Years
A meat company in Maywood, IlIinois, has ordered the recall of more than a half-million pounds of pork products.
Likely Salmonella Hazard Calls for Central Valley Meat Co., Inc. Ground Beef Recall
Around 35,000 (34,222) pounds of ground beef produced by the California family owned meat industry, Central Valley Meat Co., has been recalled due to a possible Salmonella Dublin contamination.
Fire Hazards Amongst Nissans and Infinitis Yields Recall
Yet another recall for newer models of Nissan and Infiniti vehicles has recently surfaced due to hazardous brake fluid leaks and possibility of fire.
400,000 Nissan Vehicles Recalled for Braking System Faults
394,025 Nissan cars were voluntarily recalled by the Japanese motor company due to braking system defects across the United States.
Understanding Food Recalls and Your Rights: Who Is Liable?
What happens if a person consumes such a product and becomes sick or injured? Who is liable: the store or the manufacturer of the product? Does a recall protect them from liability? Let’s take an in-depth look at food recalls and your rights to determine who is liable in these situations.
Electric Scooters: Liability and the Laws That Govern Them
Rules related to where you can drive e-scooters and who is responsible for e-scooter accidents are still up for debate in many cities where the scooters are now in use. Today, we will review e-scooters, liability, and the laws that govern them.
I Suffered Injuries From a Vape Pen Explosion: Who Is Liable?
If a vape pen explodes, and it causes you injuries, who is liable? Here, we discuss this scenario and outline your legal rights in this situation.
Frozen Raspberries Recalled by For Hepatitis A Concerns
The popular grocery store chain Aldi, as well as Raley’s Family of Fine Stores, is undergoing a voluntary recall of their frozen raspberries produced by Wawona Frozen Food.
Top Major Car Recalls of October 2019
Five major vehicle recalls recently took place this past October concerning a variety of cars with varying degrees of simple to severe issues.