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Woman Volunteering at Country Concert Falls into Coma After Golf Cart Accident

The family of a career volunteer, that fell from a golf cart after attending a Toby Keith concert and is now in a coma, is suing the volunteer driver and the golf cart designer in a personal injury ...

Family Files Wrongful Death Suit After American Soldier Dies Due to Bad Electrical Work in Military

An American soldier that died in 2008 by electrocution in a shower in an Iraqi army base, due to an improperly grounded water pump, is the subject of a wrongful death lawsuit filed against the ...

Toyota Goes to Court in Bellwether Unintended Acceleration Case

As reported by News Channel 8, the first unintended acceleration case against Toyota, also known as a "bellwether" case, involves the death of a 66 year-old woman that failed to control her ...

Former Sheriff Files Suit After Toddler is Able to Access Gun in Faulty Safe

A former sheriff with Clark County, WA, is suing a safe manufacturer for wrongful death as the man's young son was able to access a gun from their locked home safe and accidently shoot himself. He ...

First Hip Replacement Lawsuit Against Johnson & Johnson Begins; 10k More to Come

As reported by the Los Angeles Times, Johnson & Johnson is facing its first lawsuit in regards to metal hip implant devices they manufactured that allegedly were not tested properly and produced ...

Popcorn Lung Victim Wins $7.2 Million Settlement

A lot of people love microwave popcorn, but don’t realize that habitually consuming this snack can actually end in serious illness. Wayne Watson was unaware of the dangers of microwave popcorn ...

Faulty Food Finds: Some of the Yuckiest Surprises that Sparked Lawsuits

When you purchase a food item at the grocery store or a restaurant, you should expect that food to be delicious and reliable. Food that has harmful or accidental additives can lead to personal injury ...

Hip Replacement Manufacturer Sued for Failed System

As reported in Yahoo News, a man whose implanted hip device suddenly fractured as he dressed for work, resulting in excruciating pain and emergency surgery, has filed a lawsuit naming both Wright ...

Personal Injury Lawsuit: Mouse Didn't Fizzle in Soda?

A man that was sickened when he found a dead mouse in a can of Mountain Dew soda he was drinking from has filed a personal injury lawsuit, but the soda company, PepsiCo, has given a lengthy argument ...

Spontaneously Igniting Stove Causes Death of Two Children

The Clarion Ledger has reported on a wrongful death lawsuit filed by a Tchula mother, who lost her two young children in a house fire, due to a defective electric stove installed in the woman's home. ...

Mother Suing Over Defective Gasoline Product

A mother in the Maury County, Tennessee area is reportedly suing the nation's largest gasoline product manufacturer as her son was burned last year. Her son reportedly poured gasoline on the ...

Company Makes Patients Pay for Surgeries after Recall

A number of people who had hip replacement surgery are suffering as the bone never grew into the device that was placed in them. However, the device has since been recalled, but patients continue to ...

In Texas, Toyota Rolls Over Again

A paralyzed woman claiming that Toyota Motor Corporation withheld documents in her 2007 lawsuit, has filed contempt of court charges against the automobile firm, as reported in the Los Angeles Times. ...

Talc Lawsuit Made Just in Time

On September 23, Bloomberg Business Week reported that a federal judge won't be dismissing a lawsuit filed on the last allowable day against Johnson & Johnson for the possible defective nature of ...

Toyota Floor Mat Causes Crash

As reported by the Associate Press on wtop.com, Kim Levine, the widow of delivery truck driver, Jeffrey Mark Levine, is suing Toyota Motor Corporation because the crash that killed her husband was due ...

Unsafe Pacifiers Get Recalled

Over 44,000 pacifiers made by Antonio Flores have been recalled as they have failed to meet Federal safety standards. The recall is due to the fact that the nipple can easily separate from the base of ...

Cribs Recalled

Almost 2.2. millions cribs have been recalled by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission due to concerns of entrapment, suffocation and fall hazards. Seven manufacturers are involved in the ...

Lawsuit for Defective Product

North Star Foods is suing Flynn Burner Corporation for $55 million due to some defective equipment it was provided by the company. The North Star Foods plant in St. Charles, Minnesota that burned down ...

SpaghettiOs Recalled

Campbell Soup Co. is recalling some of the SpaghettiOs with meatballs because the meat may be undercooked. According to reports, the Agriculture Department Food Safety and Inspection Service has ...

Sit Tight Decision for the Goodner Family

In 2007 the Goodner family was planning a new life as patriarch, Stu Goodner, had a job at Focus on the Family ready and waiting for him in Colorado. The road ahead, from their home in Texas to their ...

Woman Blames Baby Sling for Child’s Death

A mother is claiming that the SlingRider baby-carrier killed her infant son. She also claims that the San Diego manufacturer, Infantino, knew that the product had killed three other babies. Antoinette ...

Notebook Battery Recall

Hewlett-Packard has added to its recall of lithium ion batteries for some of its HP and Compaq notebooks which will now include an additional 54,000 units. The company originally recalled 70,000 ...

Nissan Recalls Cars for Air Bag Problems

Nissan has recalled almost 135,000 Infiniti G35 sedans and coupes due to an air bag problem. The air bags are not being deployed in matters of an accident. Nissan claims that no injuries have been ...

Product Recall Due to Drowning Possibility

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has recalled Mare Nemo Air Dive Computers because of the drowning hazard that may be possibly in using them. While there have been no reported injuries or ...

FDA Cracking Down on Misleading Food Labels

Like any product, manufacturers of food products have a legal and ethical obligation to ensure their products are properly labeled. This includes ensuring the nutrition facts on the packaging are as ...
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