The recall of Onewheel electronic skateboard products has raised significant concerns about their safety. We delve into the details of the Onewheel recall, the reasons behind it, and its impact on riders.
Popular over-the-counter oral nasal decongestant products containing Phenylephrine, like what’s in some Walmart Equate branded items, have recently been deemed “ineffective” by an FDA advisory panel.
Various pharmaceutical companies that produce over-the-counter nasal decongestant products containing phenylephrine are now subject of new lawsuits due to the ingredient being deemed ineffective.
Patients with Bard’s PowerPort implantable port and catheter device suffered severe injuries such as heart attacks, arterial puncture and nasty bacterial infections.
A dental appliance called Anterior Growth Guidance Appliance” (“AGGA”) is a recent target of new product liability lawsuits.
AFFF was used extensively for decades by military sites, airports, chemical plants, and fire departments across Texas before the dangers of PFAS were fully known. Now, many of our friends, family members, and neighbors who worked at these sites or lived nearby face serious health complications from being exposed.
With the emergence of Jenny Mitchell v. L’Oreal USA Inc., women from across the country are starting to take a second look at their commonly used hair relaxer and hair straightener products.
Attorney Sean Jez talks about the recent Exactech issued recall for over 230,000 implants across the United States. Implants created in 2004 or later may have been compromised due to packaging issues, potentially leading patients to suffer from bone loss and revision surgery.