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How Many Companies Are Responsible For The Cancer-Causing Effects Of Talcum Powder?

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

Johnson & Johnson has been the most high-profile defendant in the recent wave of talcum powder lawsuits filed around the country. But there are many other companies that have also been sued in connection with the manufacture, distribution, and sale of talcum powder–and the subsequent cancer it has caused in patients. Sorting out all… Read More »

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When Is A Doctor Or Pharmacist Liable For Prescribing A Dangerous Drug To A Patient?

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

We have known for many years that the blood-thinning medication Pradaxa is a dangerous drug. Specifically, Pradaxa is known to increase the risks of stroke and severe bleeding in patients, which in many cases has led to death. Despite these known risks, many doctors and pharmacists have prescribed Pradaxa without providing adequate warnings to… Read More »

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What Is Res Ipsa Loquitur?

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

Imagine that you or someone you love is injured in an accident. Something goes very wrong, and it’s obvious that something had to have gone wrong. In fact, common sense says that the only way that an injury could happen is if somebody did something wrong. Yet, you have no direct evidence of the… Read More »

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Making Civil Claims For Sexual Assault Victims

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

We often think of sexual assaults as criminal matters, and of course, they are. But if you are the victim of a sexual assault, you may also have a civil claim against the perpetrator, or other entities as well. These civil claims can get you the help that you need, which criminal cases often… Read More »

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How Do Food Product Recalls Work?

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

With so many dangerous products out there, and so many being recalled so often, you would think that there should be one government agency in charge of handling recalls, or to evaluate whether a product should be recalled or not. That would make sense. Unfortunately, that’s not how the system works. There’s no one… Read More »

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Treadmill Maker Peloton Agrees To Recall Potentially Dangerous Products

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

Treadmill maker Peloton has announced that it will agree to recall its treadmills after numerous injuries and even a death were caused by the exercise machines. This marks a reversal of position for the treadmill maker, which at first resisted any attempts to recall its products. Peloton says it will refund Peloton owners, or… Read More »

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Yuck! Injuries Caused By Foreign Objects In Food Or Contaminated Food

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

When we sit down for a meal, we expect that the only thing that will ever be in our food, is food. But sometimes that’s not the case. Sometimes, other materials or objects make it into our food, and other times, our food is just food but it may be old or expired or… Read More »

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Liability For Tennessee Dog Bites

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

Dogs: Many of us love them and many of us own them. But unfortunately, many of us can also be injured by them. When can a Tennessee dog owner be liable for injuries caused by their dog? Tennessee Dog Bite Law Tennessee law requires that dog owners both keep their dog “under reasonable control”… Read More »

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In An Accident, Bones Can Break In Different Ways

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

We tend to think of broken bones as being broken or not broken. To some extent that is true, but many people—and jurors who will evaluate your personal injury case—don’t think much about the different kinds of broken bones. Like many kinds of injuries, the type of broken bones you have can affect how… Read More »

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What Is Uninsured Motorist Coverage And Do I Need It?

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

If you are in a car accident and the person who is responsible for the accident is not insured or doesn’t have enough insurance, you may think you’re out of luck. You don’t get to choose who causes an accident that injures you. If that person is not insured, what do you do? Uninsured… Read More »

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