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What Happens if my Case isn’t Chosen for Trial?

Posted on November 30th, 2020

Multi-district litigations (MDLs), such as lawsuits against Bayer-Monsanto or Johnson & Johnson talc cases, can be a bit confusing for those who aren’t familiar with legal lingo and processes.  We’ve talked quite a bit about bellwether trials, including the fact that, of the often tens of thousands of cases involved in these large-scale litigations, the… Read More


Herobility Eco Baby Spoon Sets Recalled for Choking Hazard

Posted on November 30th, 2020

Herobility’s Eco baby spoons included in their baby spoon and fork sets, feeding spoons, and four-piece placemat feeding sets have been recalled after it was discovered the utensils can break into pieces small enough to cause little ones to choke. Though no injuries have been reported, the company is advising that use of the recalled… Read More


Yeti Recalls Rambler Mugs Due to Burn Hazard

Posted on November 5th, 2020

If you are one of about 15,000 Americans who have supported sustainability by investing in a 20-ounce Yeti Rambler travel mug with a Stronghold Lid, you may need a replacement. Yeti has announced that the popular reusable mugs have been recalled due to a potential for the magnetic slider to fail and cause the lid… Read More


Mueller Austria Onion Chopper Pro Recalled after 137 Injuries

Posted on October 30th, 2020

Shoppers may have thought they were getting a good deal on the Mueller Austria Onion Chopper Pro, sold on Amazon for about $20, but the seemingly safe kitchen tool turned out to cause more harm than good for 137 people. A locking tab that holds the blades of the onion slicer proved to be defective,… Read More


FDA Says Don’t Use Illegal Colored Contact Lenses

Posted on October 26th, 2020

As Halloween approaches, holiday costume sales have begun. The FDA is reminding consumers that one popular Halloween costume accessory — illegal colored contact lenses — should not be part of your fun. According to the FDA, all contact lenses require regulation, but some colored contact lenses sold for costume use have not been approved for… Read More


Reminder: Don’t Use Benzocaine for Infant Teething Pain

Posted on September 16th, 2020

For many years, brands like Orajel, Anbesol, Orabase, and Topex were household names for anyone with an infant. Manufacturers spent billions of dollars marketing these products as safe methods of soothing teething pain. Yet lurking beneath the wholesome images of happy babies and grateful mothers was a hidden danger. In 1961, Del Laboratories acquired a… Read More


Cannondale Treadwell Front Racks Recalled Due to Fall Hazard

Posted on September 15th, 2020

Cycling Sports Group Inc. of Wilton, Conn. has recalled front racks with bamboo trays for Cannondale Treadwell bicycles due to the potential for the racks to detach and cause the bike to stop abruptly. About 1,975 racks were sold in the United States, and an additional 114 were sold in Canada. Cycling Sports Group was… Read More


Whill Personal Electric Vehicles Recalled for Safety Concerns

Posted on September 14th, 2020

 About 1,150 Whill Model Ci personal electric wheelchairs have been recalled due to a problem with the mobility device’s control pad. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the motorized vehicles can suddenly accelerate or decelerate and the power can spontaneously turn on or off, creating the potential for injuries. Fifteen incidents have… Read More


J&J Asks Missouri Supreme Court to Overturn $2.1B Talc Ruling

Posted on September 14th, 2020

As expected, Johnson & Johnson has filed an appeal with the Missouri Supreme Court asking it to throw out a $2.1 billion ruling awarded to 22 women who suffered ovarian cancer after years of using Johnson’s Baby Powder and Shower to Shower. The appeal is a last-ditch effort by the talc manufacturer as it faces… Read More


Trials to Resume against Bayer Monsanto for Cancer Linked to Roundup

Posted on August 31st, 2020

As we explained last month, Bayer/Monsanto has come to the table with a less-than-fair settlement offer that would leave thousands of victims with less than $10,000 to compensate them for what has often been hundreds of thousands of dollars in medical bills, loss of their livelihoods, and lives shattered by cancer. We believe you deserve… Read More


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