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Class Action Lawsuit FAQ's

There are instances in which a person, corporation or entity’s negligence or recklessness has caused large scale suffering that affects many people. In this situation, particularly when your claim is against a large corporation, your claim may be more… Read More

Volkswagen Settlement Approved

A $14.7 billion settlement has been approved by a federal judge concerning Volkswagen’s emissions cheating scandal. The approval is the largest auto industry settlement in U.S history. Volkswagen has offered to buy back affected vehicles or modify them… Read More

One Dead, Four Injured After Truck Carrying Takata Airbags Explodes

One person died and four were injured when a truck carrying Takata airbag inflators exploded near Quemado, Texas. The explosion was caused by a crash that ignited the airbag propellant, destroying the trailer and incinerating a house with a woman inside. The… Read More

Jury Awards $72 Million for Johnson & Johnson Talcum Powder Cancer Death

A lawsuit regarding the connection between talcum powder and ovarian cancer has ended with the Johnson & Johnson Company being required to pay $72 million in damages to the victim’s family. On Monday, jurors in a St. Louis courtroom deliberated for less… Read More

Johnson & Johnson Pays $120 Million to Victims of Defective Transvaginal Mesh Implants

Several medical manufacturing companies—Johnson & Johnson, Boston Scientific, and C.R. Bard—have come under fire recently for producing and selling transvaginal mesh implants that can cause internal injuries, debilitating pain and a plethora of long-lasting… Read More

Automakers Agree to Reform the Way They Report Data: Recalls Could be a Thing of the Past

Following such disastrous and deadly incidents as Volkswagen’s emissions scandal, GM’s faulty ignition switch recall, and Takata’s airbag recall, several different auto manufacturers have agreed to reform the way they report injuries, fatalities, and… Read More

CDC Says Costco Chicken Salad Linked to E. coli Outbreak

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recently announced that 19 people have contracted a potentially deadly E. coli infection after consuming rotisserie chicken salad sold by wholesale retailer, Costco. Food poisoning from certain strains of E.… Read More

Volkswagen Cheated Emissions Tests, Recalls 500,000 Cars

Volkswagen (VW) vehicles once marketed as clean diesel have turned out to be not so clean. VW admitted last week that the automaker has cheated on diesel emissions tests in the United States for the last several years through the use of defeat device… Read More

NHTSA Issues Record Penalty to Fiat Chrysler Automobiles

On Monday, July 29, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) issued record-breaking penalties against Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) in response to their lack luster effort to fix almost 200,000 pickup trucks and SUVs that were recalled… Read More

NHTSA Reviewing Safety Rules for Automated Vehicles

Americas driving world is in constant fluctuation as new drivers and new vehicles join the roadways. However, new technology-driven and semi-autonomous vehicles have an increasing presence today and are leading to uncharted territory for federal and state… Read More

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