Product Liability

A civil justice lawsuit for product liability, at its core, is a legal mechanism through which individuals or entities can seek resolution and accountability for various disputes or grievances for the alleged negligence of a product. In such product liability cases, one party, known as the plaintiff, initiates the product liability lawsuit by alleging that another party, the defendant, has committed some form of wrongdoing or has caused harm. The plaintiff typically seeks a remedy in the form of monetary compensation, injunctive relief, or specific performance to rectify the harm or injustice they believe they’ve suffered as a result of the alleged defective product.

Suboxone Film Linked to Dental Erosion and Tooth Decay in New Lawsuit

A New York man has filed a product liability lawsuit against the makers of Suboxone sublingual film, claiming that the strips have caused him to suffer severe dental erosion and tooth decay. The product liability lawsuit, filed this week in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York, alleges that the manufacturers, …

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New Infant Formula Lawsuit Alleges Similac and Enfamil Manufacturers Knew About NEC Risks

A recent infant formula NEC lawsuit has been filed against the manufacturers of Similac and Enfamil, two popular brands of infant formula, alleging that their products caused necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) in a premature newborn. The lawsuit, filed in Pennsylvania state court, highlights the serious and life-threatening gastrointestinal injuries that the child suffered while still in …

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Suboxone Tooth Decay Lawsuits Consolidated in Ohio MDL

The U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation (JPML) has consolidated all lawsuits alleging a link between Suboxone and dental problems in a federal court in Ohio. Suboxone is a medication widely used to treat opioid addiction and it has recently come under scrutiny due to its link to severe dental issues. Users of Suboxone have …

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Los Angeles Couples Sue CooperSurgical, Alleging Tainted Culture Solution Killed Embryos

Two couples from Los Angeles have filed lawsuits against fertility technology company CooperSurgical, alleging that the company’s toxic embryo culture solution destroyed the embryos they hoped to use to have children. According to the two lawsuits, filed in California Superior Court in Los Angeles last month, CooperSurgical was negligent in belatedly recalling several lots of …

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561 Deaths Reportedly Linked to PE-PUR Foam Breakdown in Philips CPAP Machines

The FDA has reported a staggering number of adverse events associated with the breakdown of the polyester-based polyurethane (PE-PUR) foam used in certain Philips Respironics CPAP, BiPAP, and ventilator machines, including hundreds of deaths. In recent years, CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) machines have become increasingly common in treating sleep apnea and other respiratory conditions. …

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Philadelphia Jury Delivers $2.25 Billion Verdict in Latest Roundup Trial

In a landmark verdict, a Philadelphia jury has awarded a staggering $2.25 billion in damages in a trial involving the popular weed killer Roundup. The plaintiff, John McKivison, a resident of Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, claimed that his prolonged exposure to Roundup caused him to develop non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. This verdict marks the third significant ruling against …

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Sunscreen Benzene Exposure

Did You Develop Cancer from Benzene in Sunscreen? Exposure to the carcinogen benzene in popular sunscreen and after-sun products may increase the risk of cancer. Consumers who developed cancer from benzene exposure may be eligible to seek compensation through a sunscreen cancer lawsuit. Start My Sunscreen Cancer Lawsuit Claim Now Please enable JavaScript in your …

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Inadequate Suboxone Tooth Decay Warnings Exposed Users to Severe Dental Injury Risk: Lawsuit

A new Suboxone lawsuit filed last week in the U.S. District Court of Western Pennsylvania highlights a concerning issue regarding the widely used anti-opioid drug – the lack of warnings about tooth decay and other dental issues. In recent years, the use of Suboxone, a medication containing buprenorphine and naloxone, has become increasingly prevalent in …

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Wegovy and Ozempic Lawsuits: The Risk of Stomach Paralysis Side Effects

Drug manufacturer Novo Nordisk faces a growing number of lawsuits accusing the company of failing to warn users about the potential risk of stomach paralysis or gastroparesis associated with Ozempic and its sister drug Wegovy. The use of medications like Wegovy and even Ozempic for weight loss has become increasingly popular due to evidence that …

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Implanted Port-a-Cath Devices: Side Effect Risks and Injury Lawsuits

Implanted port-a-cath devices, also known as port catheters, are commonly used in the medical field for a variety of purposes such as intravenous therapy, blood transfusions, and the administration of medications. These devices provide a central access point for medical treatments, reducing the need for repeated needle sticks and minimizing the risk of vein damage. …

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