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  • Dishwasher Fires
    New York, NY: Reports of Whirlpool dishwashers catching fire due to a product defect has prompted a class action lawsuit alleging Whirlpool, the parent company of Kitchenaid, knew about the defect but did nothing. According to news reports hundreds of people have been affected. And, the suit claims, this is a defect in the control board th...
  • Dennis Quaid's New Organization Could Combat Heparin Contamination
    Dec-22-09 New Orleans, LA Actor Dennis Quaid has founded a new organization dedicated to the prevention of medical errors that can lead to serious health complications, such as heparin contamination and improper sterilization. Quaid helped launch the National Alert Network for Serious Medication Errors after a personal tragedy involving the actor's twin daugh...
  • Byetta Side Effects Do Not Stop Additional Use Approval
    Apr-6-12 Dallas, TX When patients deal with serious conditions such as diabetes, drugs like Byetta can be lifesavers. The problem, however, is when patients have to deal with reported Byetta side effects and other health problems allegedly brought about by their use of the drug. Despite some reported concerns about Byetta side effects, the diabetes drug has bee...
  • CPSC Suppressed Risks for Death and Injury from Nail Guns
    Injury Rate Rises as Private Warnings Ignored. The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) appears to have failed to properly alert consumers about risk of injuries and death associated with nail guns. In 2005, three years after CPSC engineers issued private warnings to nail gun manufacturers concerning safety standards, the number of product-related...
  • Invokana to Get Black-Box Warning over Amputation Risk
    May-18-17 Washington, DC: An issue that looms even larger than that of Invokana linked with cardiovascular injuries and kidney failure is the potential for amputation associated with the diabetes drug. The issue first surfaced a year ago when the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued an alert after studying the results of two clinical trials, warning that...
  • Chantix Led Smoker to the Psych Ward
    Apr-11-08 Las Vegas, NV Donna's experience with Chantix was like a fast descent into hell and she's lucky to be alive to tell her story. It started out with bizarre dreams and ended with a suicide attempt that put her in a psychiatric ward. Today she is dealing with embarrassment and remorse. And she's back to smoking a pack a day. She took Chantix for three...
  • J&J Wins a Few Asbestos Talc Trials--and Loses More
    Oct-14-19 Torrance, CA: To date, Johnson and Johnson has lost 14 talcum powder lawsuits (and is appealing most of those), has won seven cases, and five mesothelioma cases have resulted in hung juries and mistrials. The pharma giant is still facing over 14,000 lawsuits alleging its baby powder contained asbestos talc and caused cancer. Two California juries in Octo...
  • Latest Studies Link E-Cigarette Vaping to Heavy Metal Lung Disease
    Dec-20-19 Santa Clara, CA Recent studies are ramping up the dangers of vaping e-cigarettes. For more than five years, researchers have found that e-cigarette vaping causes physical harm, including chemical burns  to lung tissue, toxic metal exposure and vitamin E oil that clogs lungs --all causing serious damage. Now a study shows that vaping e-cigar...
  • Plaintiffs Cry Foul over $10.2 Million Morgan Stanley Settlement Offer
    Oct-3-19 San Francisco, CA The Northern District of California has preliminarily approved an agreement to settle a California labor lawsuit brought by a group of financial advisors who claim that Morgan Stanley Smith Barney failed to pay business expenses in violation of California labor laws. The $10.2 million settlement covers a class of 2,800 California-based f...
  • Credit Card Abuse Takes on Many Forms
    Mar-13-08 Freeland, MI Credit card abuse can take on many forms—including the personal data you entrust the credit card company to hold safe on your behalf. However, that is not always the case, as witnessed in January when data from 650,000 credit cards was at risk of being compromised after a computer tape went missing. GE Money handles credit card oper...
  • Tomato Growers Want Compensation for Losses
    Growers Want Warnings Lifted It is estimated that tomato growers have lost over $100 million as a result of the multi-state warnings of salmonella- tainted tomatoes. However, a link has yet to be established between the food source and the bacterial outbreak. Tomato growers are angry and want federal compensation for their losses, as well as the FDA to...
  • J&J to Pull Surgical Transvaginal Mesh
    Jun-5-12 Washington, DC Transvaginal mesh implants that have been linked to injuries in women with pelvic organ prolapse, are being removed from the market by their manufacturer, Johnson & Johnson (J&J) over the next three to six months. Transvaginal Mesh and Transvaginal Slings are medical devices that are surgically implanted to treat Pelvic Organ Pro...
  • Brink’s Unpaid Wages: The Downside to Being “On” at All Times
    Jun-10-16 Olympia, WA: It was about 18 months ago that Brink’s Incorporated (Brink’s), the renowned armored car company, was hit with a proposed class-action lawsuit alleging non-payment of overtime wages, together with a failure to provide the legally required uninterrupted meal period as guaranteed by California law. The Armored Car Drivers Unpaid Ov...
  • Tax Fraud Whistleblowers Lawsuit Information and Legal Information
    Whistleblowers who come forward with information about tax fraud can receive up to 30 percent of the amount collected by the IRS, if the amount of the tax fraud, including penalties and interest, is more than $2 million. Tax fraud whistleblowers are protected under the Tax Relief and Health Act of 2006, and can appeal their award if the amount the IRS...
  • More Stockert 3T Heater-Cooler Lawsuits after Slow-Developing Infections
    Nov-26-17 St. Paul, MN: Seventeen months after open-heart surgery where a Stockert 3T heater-cooler system device was used, a man died from M. chimaera and doctors associated the deadly infection with the heater-cooler unit. His wife is one of several people who, in the past few months is seeking legal action against the manufacturer. Plaintiff Danna Brack...
  • Diamonds and Wage Theft
    Sep-25-19 Los Angeles, CA A proposed class of approximately 3,800 workers appears to be on the verge of settling a class action lawsuit against Sterling Jewelers Inc. Hudson v. Sterling Jewelers Inc. alleged that the jewelry giant failed to pay employee overtime pay, wages and meal breaks in violation of the provisions of California labor employment law . If...
  • Unpaid Overtime: Never too Late to Claim in New York State
    Dec-14-07 Albany, NY It's almost never too late in New York State to claim for [ unpaid overtime ], a contentious workplace issue that is haunting employers both large and small. If you think you have been unfairly denied overtime pay, you have up to six years to launch a claim. And, if you're successful, you can collect money owing—and penalties—for p...
  • Breast Implant Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma Lawsuit News
    Washington, DC: Individuals with breast implants are at risk of developing a type of cancer called breast implant associated with anaplastic large cell lymphoma, known as BIA-ALCL, which was first identified over 20 years ago. Most current data suggest that BIA-ALCL occurs following implantation of breast implants with textured surfaces rather than those wi...
  • Halcyon Manufacturing Recalls Diving Equipment
    Halcyon Manufacturing has recalled Halcyon Diving Equipment due to a drowning hazard. The over pressure valves in the diving equipment can fail, which can cause the buoyancy compensator devices and the diver lift inflatable device to leak. This could pose a drowning hazard to divers. Included in the recall are the Halcyon Explorer, Eclipse, CCR35, Evolv...
  • Bayer Pulls Essure Birth Control Device From All Countries Except US
    Sep-26-17 Washington, DC: Bayer has announced that it is taking its female sterilization device, Essure, off the market in all countries where it is currently marketed and sold, except the US. The company said it was taking this action due to commercial reasons, and not because of allegations of side effects associated with the device. Bayer said it...
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