Defective Product Injuries

Sunday, February 26, 2017

New Jersey school district accuses FieldTurf manufacturer of defective product

What must be proven in a manufacturer defect case?

Companies that manufacture products have a responsibility to make sure what they create is both safe for users and free from defects. Despite this fact, hundreds of thousands of people are injured each year as a result of defective products.

There are many safety regulations that dictate the process for building a wide array of products, from automobiles to car seats.

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Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Another Dangerous Product: Exploding E-Cigarettes

Is it true that e-cigarettes can explode?

Just when people were being to think that e-cigarettes, though not perfectly healthy, were a better alternative to typical smoking, it now turns out that they may explode and cause very serious injuries. Hospitals across the nation are starting to report acute burn injuries to individuals whose e-cigarettes have exploded. Defective products can cause serious damage. If you have experienced an injury from an e-cigarette or from any other defective product, you should contact a

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Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Samsung Expecting a Series of Lawsuits Following Exploding Galaxy S7's

In this day and age, we have all but become totally reliant upon the advantages of smart phone technology. From checking the weather to managing a stock portfolio, the readiness and availability of a smart phone has become an irreplaceable component to our everyday lives. In the past several weeks, however, the much-anticipated Samsung Galaxy s7 has proven to do more harm than good, as scores of customers flooded the Samsung complaint department with reports of seriously dangerous exploding batteries – which could quickly cause severe burns and injury.

Now, the Samsung corporation is also facing a personal injury lawsuit from a Florida man after the phone exploded in his front pocket, causing severe burns to the sensitive area. According to the specifics of the lawsuit, which was filed in early September, the man sustained second degree burns to his upper leg, as well as third degree burns to his hand as he attempted to retrieve the device from his pocket.

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Sunday, August 21, 2016

New York Court to Allow Faulty GM Ignition Switch Lawsuits to Proceed

The past several years have seen a dramatic influx of automobile recalls. The issues plaguing the auto industry include everything from falsified emissions data to fatally defective airbags – and virtually everything in between. As you have undoubtedly read, General Motors is facing mounting scrutiny over its allegedly defective ignition switches, which are implicated in the deaths of 124 motorists and serious injuries to hundreds more.

As a result of the rampant and

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