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  • Takata to Pay $1B for Airbag Scandal
    Feb-28-17 Santa Clara, CA: Takata Corporation has agreed to pay $1 billion to settle multi-district litigation alleging the airbag manufacturer was aware of the fatal defect with its airbags but sold them anyway. At least 11 deaths have been linked to the airbags, which can explode due to a design defect. According to the proposed settlement terms Takata will...
  • Exploding Pressure Cooker Lawsuit Information and Legal News
    Recent consumer complaints about exploding pressure cookers have prompted multiple people who were injured while cooking with the steam-fueled pots to file federal pressure cooker lawsuits after suffering severe burns when the devices blew up while they were cooking. Pressure cookers are sealed pots that turn liquid into steam when heated, allowing foods...
  • Family Blames Takata Airbag for Woman's Death
    Feb-23-17 Detroit, MI: The children of a Michigan woman who died earlier this month say their mother never fully recovered from Takata airbag injuries sustained in a low-speed crash in 2014, according to the Detroit Free Press . Dianne Moulton died Feb. 2, three years after the Takata airbag in her 2002 Honda CR-V exploded in a parking lot collision in Dearb...
  • The FDA Shortcut to a Hip Replacement Lawsuit
    Feb-22-17 Bergen, NJ: It was back in 2008 that Hip Replacement Implant Failure caught up with Zimmer, when its Alumina Ceramic Femoral Head component was subject to a Class 2 recall by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). According to the official recall posting , Zimmer stated the reason for the recall: “When used with cobalt/chromium hip stems,...
  • Latest Defective Catheter Takes Its Place in Long Line of FDA Recalls
    Feb-8-17 Silver Spring, MD: When it comes to defective catheters causing injury , Bard Peripheral Vascular's recall of its Halo One Thin-Walled Guiding Sheath is the latest in a long line of catheter recalls that include the Boston Scientific Corp. Fetch 2 Aspiration Catheter and Cook Medical's Shuttle Select Slip-Catheter and Beacon catheters. Catheters, w...
  • INRatio Class Action Headed for Trial
    Feb-7-17 Los Angeles, CA The Alere INRatio home monitoring system offered warfarin (Coumadin) users a convenient way to test their blood clotting rate without having to go the doctor’s office or a laboratory. Instead, they got an expensive, unreliable and potentially dangerous product. They want their money back. Thousands of people who purchased...
  • Despite $1B Penalty by the Feds, It’s Not Over Yet for Takata: Airbag Injuries
    Feb-1-17 Washington, DC: The massive $1 Billion criminal penalty announced by the US Department of Justice earlier this month surrounding defective Takata airbags is not, in reality, an end to the troubles for the beleaguered Japanese manufacturer. Just one day after the Christmas holiday this past December, German automotive manufacturer BMW announced a recall of...
  • Adverse Events for Patients Using Alere INRatio System
    Jan-21-17 Houston, TX: Patients taking blood thinning medications know they have to be careful to ensure their blood remains in therapeutic levels, to prevent major bleeding episodes. That’s why they use devices like the Alere INRatio2 system, to ensure that if they need it, their blood clots properly. But what happens if they can't be sure the systems tha...
  • People Angry with Department of Motor Vehicles Violating their Privacy
    Jan-19-17 Charlotte, NC: “It’s reassuring that attorneys are trying to stop the DMV from selling our private information ,” says Gary. “I wondered how these companies got my address and phone number—until I read on LawyersandSettlements about an attorney filing complaints about DPPA violations.” Gary is referring to attor...
  • Catheter Recalls Number into the Millions. Will Lawsuits Follow?
    Jan-17-17 Washington, DC: With some four million allegedly defective catheters having been recalled from the market, such a number extrapolated across risk factors suggest defective catheters causing injury lawsuits will result, given the number of fairly common medical procedures for which catheters are routinely employed. The usefulness and benefit of cathe...
  • Defective Tire Lawsuit News and Legal Information
    Defective tires put vehicle occupants at risk of serious injury or death. Among defective tire lawsuits are claims that tires have been negligently manufactured, designed, or constructed resulting in an accident. In such cases, lawsuits can be filed against the companies that design, manufacture, or sell such tires. Tire recalls have been announced i...
  • Ford Increases Recall Over Defective Takata Airbags
    Jan-13-17 Santa Clara, CA: Ford Motor Co is issuing a recall of about 816,000 vehicles following a previous recall due to defective Takata Airbags. The new recall brings the total number of Ford vehicles with Takata air bag inflators recalled around the world to 3 million, the majority being in the United States and Canada. This latest recall by Ford f...
  • Surgical Mesh Lawsuit to Proceed
    Dec-23-16 Providence, RI: A Rhode Island man who received recalled abdominal mesh just prior to a product recall in 2005, will see his surgical mesh lawsuit go forward after a Rhode Island judge refused to dismiss the case. According to court documents Wayne Smith received the Composix Kugel Hernia patch abdominal mesh for repair of a ventral hernia. Not long...
  • Takata Corporation and Honda Motor Co Facing Defective Airbag Class Action Lawsuit
    Los Angeles, CA: A defective automotive class action lawsuit has been filed against Japanese parts supplier Takata Corporation and automaker Honda Motor Co., stating that Takata embarked on a concealment campaign, designed to cover-up evidence of airbag defects. The suit relates to the companies recent rash of recalls due to faulty airbag inflators i...
  • Recalls Over Catheter Fragments Increasing, More Manufacturers Involved
    Dec-16-16 Dallas, TX: Catheters are devices of varying sizes designed for insertion into the body in order to facilitate a wide variety of treatments. They are designed to unobtrusively perform their respective functions and tasks, followed by extraction without any lingering sign the catheters had been there in the first place. However, various reports of defecti...
  • Fire Department Sees Two Dehumidifier Fires in Sheboygan
    Dec-8-16 Sheboygan, WI Battalion Chief Gary Kolberg from the Sheyboygan Fire Department in Sheboygan, Wisconsin says the dehumidifier in the house his firefighters were called to was so incinerated he couldn’t even tell what the serial number was on the unit. “It was so destroyed it is impossible to say what happened to it and there was a lot of other mater...
  • Millions of Dehumidifiers Recalled Following Reports of Fire And Property Damage
    Nov-30-16 Santa Clara, CA: Gree Electric Appliances of China and the Consumer Product Safety Commission have re-issued a massive recall of allegedly defective dehumidifiers following reports of 450 Fires and $19 million in property damage. According to the CPSC’s website, the brand names included in the recall are Frigidaire, Soleus Air, Kenmore, among o...
  • Transvaginal Mesh Deaths Reported as Injuries?
    Nov-25-16 York, PA: “A good number of attorneys have reported transvaginal mesh adverse events to the FDA on behalf of their clients/patients, but over 23,000 reports are from physicians,” says Madris Tomes, founder of Device Events and former FDA Program Manager. “Physicians are not great at reporting— this is a HUGE number.” Du...
  • Attorney: It's Mind Boggling Ammonium Nitrate Was Used in Airbags
    Nov-9-16 Houston, TX: A new Takata-related airbag lawsuit has been filed against Honda and Takata, alleging a motorist was seriously injured when her airbag exploded during a car crash. Attorney Mo Aziz—of Abraham, Watkins, Nichols, Sorrels, Agosto & Aziz—is part of the team that filed a lawsuit on behalf of Serena Martinez and has been involved...
  • Stryker Accolade Hip Replacement Lawsuit News & Legal Information
    Attorneys are investigating possible Stryker Accolade lawsuits , alleging patients were harmed by defective hip implants. Although Stryker Accolade has reportedly been linked to an increased risk of metallosis, some studies also suggest the Stryker Accolade is linked to a risk of spontaneous dissociation, in which the femoral head comes loose from the st...
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