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Tag Archives: Defective Consumer Products


Supreme Court Decision Jeopardizes Talcum Powder Lawsuits

By Brad Burnette |

In recent years, a growing body of evidence and court rulings have confirmed a link between the chronic use of talc-containing products, notably baby powder, and ovarian cancer. Johnson & Johnson, the main U.S. supplier of talcum powder, has already faced several jury verdicts ordering it to pay millions of dollars in damages to… Read More »

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PetSmart Pays $4.25 Million After Selling Defective Fishbowls

By John Willis |

Defective consumer products injure thousands of Tennessee residents every year. In many cases the defective product is not a complex item like an automobile or a product with known risks like prescription medication. Even a simple product–such as a fishbowl–can seriously injure a consumer. Retailer Cited for Failing to Comply With Recall Rules The… Read More »

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