Injuries Caused by Dangerous Toys
Posted in Product Liability on December 16, 2019
Product manufacturers should legally ensure the safety and usability of the toys and products they produce for children. Federal organizations maintain high safety standards for manufacturers of products for kids. When companies ignore these standards or fail to properly safety-test their products before releasing them, ...
Breast Implant Complications
Posted in Product Liability on December 9, 2019
Opting for breast augmentation or reconstruction using implants could come with unexpected risks and serious health concerns. As federal consumer safety organizations such as the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) learn more about the potential long-term effects of breast implants, they are warning consumers to ...
Dangers of Vaping
Posted in In the News, Personal Injury, Product Liability on September 17, 2019
Inhaling vapors that contain nicotine and other chemicals, or vaping, has become a popular alternative to tobacco smoking in the U.S. More than nine million adults used e-cigarettes or vape devices in America as of 2014, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ...
Just For Men Hair Care Product Injuries
Posted in Firm News, Personal Injury, Product Liability on May 6, 2016
One of the most popular hair color brands known as Just for Men is currently being sued by over 150 plaintiffs who suffered personal injuries from using the product. All injuries consisted of allergic reactions from the hair dye ingredients. On April 13th in St. ...
Talcum Powder and Ovarian Cancer
Posted in Firm News, Product Liability on May 5, 2016
The Desvastating Truth Behind Johnson & Johnson Talcum Powder For decades the trusted Johnson and Johnson brand of talcum powder has been used by consumers around the world. Mothers use it on their infants starting at birth, adults use it to treat discomfort, athletes use ...
Mercedes-Benz Owners: Is Your Vehicle Cheating Emissions Standards?
Posted in Firm News, Product Liability on February 24, 2016
Attention Mercedes-Benz owners: contrary to the claims of the automaker, your vehicle may be producing illegal nitrogen oxide emissions. That is what is alleged in a new lawsuit filed in the U.S. District Court of New Jersey. As reported by AutoBlog, the alleged fraud closely ...
Maloney & Campolo Pursuing Zofran, Invokava, and Other Dangerous Product Claims
Posted in Firm News, Product Liability on February 8, 2016
At Maloney & Campolo, we keep a vigilant eye on the on the pharmaceutical and medical device markets. While modern advances have improved the quality of life of countless people around the world, every year there are patients who are hurt by these products—patients who ...
Medical Company Fails to Recall Dangerous IVC Filters
Posted in Firm News, Personal Injury, Product Liability on January 5, 2016
Manufacturers of medical devices have an obligation to make sure that the products they produce are as safe as possible. If a dangerous issue is discovered, they should work promptly to fix the problem or remove the product from the market. Unfortunately, these manufacturers often ...
Have You Used Syngenta Seeds?
Posted in Firm News, Product Liability on April 7, 2015
In 2011, foreign-based Syngenta Seeds, Inc. released a genetically modified corn seed known as Agrisure Viptera MIR 162. Corn farmers were led to believe Syngenta would be receiving approval from China, a major importer of American corn. During Syngenta’s first quarter 2012 earnings call, when ...
Xarelto Linked to Life-Threatening Bleeds
Posted in Firm News, Product Liability on December 23, 2014
Life threatening bleeds, strokes, and even death may be associated with the popular blood-thinning drug, Xarelto. Since 2011, Xarelto has been prescribed to those experiencing leg and lung blood clots in relation to knee and hip surgeries and irregular heartbeats. Protect your parents and grandparents! ...