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Tag Archives: Tennessee Products Liability Lawyers

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Latest Recall Highlights Danger of Off-Road Vehicles

By Brad Burnette |

Although most motor vehicle accidents involve cars or trucks, it is important not to overlook other modes of transportation that are equally (if not more) dangerous. A person can suffer serious injuries–and even die–when any type of vehicle is unsafe or driven in a negligent manner. Teenagers at Risk from Defective Vehicles For example,… Read More »

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Samsung Faces Recall, Possible Liability Over Exploding Phone Batteries

By Brad Burnette |

Any company that sells consumer products has a legal and ethical responsibility to ensure said products are safe. When a defect is discovered, a recall is usually the first step. But it is not the last. Recalling and replacing dangerous products after-the-fact do little for individuals who are injured prior to the defect’s discovery…. Read More »

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Do Talcum Powder Manufacturers Have a “Duty to Warn” Women About Ovarian Cancer Risks?

By John Willis |

For several decades scientists have been researching the link between women’s use of talcum powder and ovarian cancer. While government regulatory agencies have yet to declare such a link exists, that has not prevented juries in states like South Dakota and Missouri from holding the manufacturers of talcum powder—notably Johnson & Johnson, the world’s… Read More »

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Tennessee Courts Still Sorting Out Mexican Car Accident Lawsuits

By John Willis |

Car accident litigation is often complicated when the parties to the case reside in different states—or in some cases different countries. For example, Tennessee courts normally have jurisdiction over any personal injury lawsuit arising from conduct that occurs within the state. But there may be times when an accident outside of Tennessee may still… Read More »

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