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Holding Corporations Liable for Pesticide Poisoning with Historical Ties to Nazi Nerve Gases

Organophosphates are a large class of chemicals used primarily in pest control. These products were initially developed during World War II by a German scientist looking for a way to Read More

Holding Manufacturers Liable for Failing to Warn About Product Dangers

Exploding cellphones, defective air bags, and medical devices that do more harm than good — stories about these and other dangerous products appear in the news on a regular basis. Read More

How Does an FDA Recall Work?

Occasionally, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issues a recall of a product when the agency determines it is either defective or potentially harmful in some way. A company Read More

Do You Have a Drug-Related Liability Claim?

When your doctor prescribes you medication, you expect it to make you feel better. However, sometimes the drugs do not do what you anticipate. You followed the directions you were Read More

Types of Defects in Product Liability Claims

Unfortunately, defective or dangerous products often make it into the marketplace. If you have been injured or made ill because of a malfunctioning product, you may have a product liability Read More

Product Liability and Defective Car Parts

Consumers rely on manufacturers to make products that are safe and designed in a fashion that will not result in injury. However, sometimes manufacturers fail to act responsibly when designing Read More

How Can I Prove That I Was Harmed By A Defective Product?

Most products that we buy and use on a daily basis are reasonably well-designed and function exactly as they should. When a product does not work properly, it can be Read More

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