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Incident closes 2 lanes on I-64 near Big Bend Blvd

Posted on September 22nd, 2021

ST. LOUIS, MO – First responders were dispatched to an accident on westbound I-64 before Big Bend Blvd Wednesday, according to Fox Two Now. The incident closed two lanes. Emergency crews had all lanes on I-64 reopened by 4:24 p.m. No other information is available. This article is one in a series presented by OnderLaw,… Read More

Plaintiffs Charge On Following Disappointing J&J Ruling

Posted on August 27th, 2021

Talc Trials Move Forward Despite J&J Bankruptcy Threat A Delaware bankruptcy judge has opened a door for Johnson & Johnson to attempt to take advantage of a bankruptcy loophole to delay compensation to tens of thousands of victims with talc-related ovarian cancer and mesothelioma. The ruling is disappointing but it is not the end of… Read More

Beware of Button Batteries: The Hidden, Deadly Danger

Posted on July 6th, 2021

Button batteries, also called lithium coin batteries, are found in hundreds of thousands of electronics, small appliances, musical greeting cards, key fobs, toys and more. Each year, thousands of children swallow these dangerous button batteries or become injured when they’re stuck in little noses or ears. They are small and shiny, making them appealing to… Read More

Your Sleep Apnea Machine Could Give You Cancer

Posted on June 23rd, 2021

Here’s What You Should Know about Philips CPAP, BiPAP, and ASV Recalls. Millions of commonly used Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP), Adaptive-Servo Ventilation (ASV), and Bi-Level Positive Airway Pressure (Bi-PAP) devices, used to treat sleep apnea, have been recalled after it was discovered that disintegrating polyurethane foam inside the breathing apparatus puts users at risk… Read More

Jelco Insulin Needles Recalled for Serious Safety Issue

Posted on June 21st, 2021

Jelco Hypodermic Needle-Pro Fixed Needle Insulin Syringes, manufactured by Smiths Medical, have been recalled due to skewed line graduation markings that could result in dangerous insulin injections. This is a Class I recall, indicting it is the most urgent type of recall due to the potential for serious harm. According to a statement issued by… Read More

J&J Takes a One-Two Punch

Posted on June 7th, 2021

With Appeal Denied and Court Resuming, Will Johnson & Johnson do the Right Thing? Last month marked a shift in Johnson & Johnson talcum powder litigation. The corporation took a major blow with the U.S. Supreme Court’s denial of their appeal in a $2.1 billion judgment, and is facing a second hit as they’re once… Read More

Bayer-Monsanto Feeling Pressure in Roundup Cancer Cases

Posted on June 7th, 2021

A federal judge has struck down Bayer-Monsanto’s latest attempt to resolve claims made on behalf of Roundup victims who have yet to be diagnosed with cancer. The $2 billion settlement proposal was an attempt for the company to put a firm dollar sign on the amount they would have to pay for future claims, and… Read More

Motorist injured in rear-end collision in St. Peters

Posted on May 6th, 2021

ST. PETERS, MO – A motorist was injured yesterday when he was struck from behind by a vehicle that suffered a mechanical failure, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reports. Charles Williams, 37, was traveling eastbound on N St. Peters Parkway at Harvester Road when his Ford 500 was hit from behind by a 2007 Ford… Read More

Army Vet and OnderLaw Client Awarded $2.2M in First 3M Military Earplugs Trial

Posted on May 3rd, 2021

Jury holds 3M responsible for service members’ tinnitus and hearing loss due to defective earplugs. (PENSACOLA, FL) April 30, 2021 – In a landmark bellwether trial in what may become the largest multidistrict litigation in U.S. history, a Florida jury hit corporate giant 3M with a $7.1 million verdict for providing defective earplugs issued to… Read More

Hyundai Santa Fe brakes fail, crashes into semi on Highway Z

Posted on April 28th, 2021

WENTZVILLE, MO – A 2014 Hyundai Santa experienced brake failure and crashed into a semi on Highway Z on Tuesday morning. According to Missouri State Highway Patrol, 49-year-old Jackie E. Willis Jr. was traveling south from an exit ramp on Highway Z when her brakes failed. She attempted to swerve to the right to avoid… Read More

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