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Tag Archives: Knoxville Products Liability Lawyers

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When Is a Parts Manufacturer Responsible for a Fatal Injury in Tennessee?

By Brad Burnette |

Product liability lawsuits are often complex undertakings because they can involve multiple manufacturers. In a motor vehicle or industrial machine there can be hundreds–and potentially thousands–of individual parts. And even when you identify the individual part that is responsible for a personal injury, that does not automatically make the manufacturer liable as a matter… Read More »

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Tennessee District Attorneys Sue Opioid Manufacturers

By John Willis |

Just a few weeks after Ohio’s attorney general filed a landmark lawsuit against the country’s major opioid manufacturers, three Tennessee district attorneys and the mother of a baby born addicted to the powerful painkillers have announced their own litigation. This new lawsuit, filed in Sullivan County, accuses two opioid producers of violating Tennessee’s Drug… Read More »

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What Happens When a Product Liability Defendant Withholds Information From the Victim?

By Brad Burnette |

Defective products injure thousands of Tennessee consumers every year. Manufacturers can be held legally liable for any defects in the design, manufacture, or labeling of their products. Product liability cases are often difficult to prove, however, especially since most of the potentially incriminating evidence is in the hands of the manufacturer. Supreme Court Weighs… Read More »

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Defective Road Conditions Pose Special Risk to Teenage Drivers

By John Willis |

Teenage drivers are at a greater risk of death or injury in car accidents relative to drivers over the age of 20. According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, there were over 2,700 motor vehicle deaths among people between the ages of 13 and 19 during 2015, the last year for which complete… 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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Australian Mining Giant Sued Over Talcum Powder, Ovarian Cancer Link

By John Willis |

The link between the use of talcum powder and ovarian cancer continues to draw international attention. Earlier this year, two separate plaintiffs in Missouri won multi-million damage awards against Johnson & Johnson, the leading U.S. distributor of talcum powder, which the company has long marketed as a feminine hygiene product. And now a new… Read More »

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