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Product Liability Blog

Olympus on trial in first case alleging contaminated medical scopes caused deadly superbug

Fri, 06/16/2017

Honda Gets Hit With Lawsuit Over Takata Airbag Defect

Thu, 01/29/2015
Joseph Coughlin, student intern Jacoby & Meyers
      
In what could be seen as the first of many impending lawsuits, Honda is being sued for the defective Takata airbag that they had installed in their vehicles. The lawsuit comes from injuries sustained by a Florida

Injury by Willful Misleading

Mon, 01/26/2015

Johnathon Paul Hanes, student intern Jacoby & Meyers

Most people do a lot of research when looking for a new car. Generally, this research includes gas mileage, price, reviews from current owners, and, the big one, safety. No person would reasonably buy a car if they knew the car has a high likelihood of death or injury, if involved in an accident.

Chrysler and BMW Expand Takata Airbag Recalls Nationwide

Mon, 01/05/2015

Joseph Coughlin, student intern Jacoby & Meyers, LLC

Chrysler and BMW USA have joined other automakers in yielding to pressure from government regulators and extending their recall on defective Takata airbags to include millions of additional cars on the road in the United States and around the world.

Homicide Conviction Overturned After General Motors Silence

Wed, 12/17/2014

Gregory Posch, student intern Jacoby & Meyers, LLC

Risperdal: Yearly $4.5 Million Profit Outweighs Dangerous Health Risks

Wed, 12/10/2014

Gregory Posch, student intern Jacoby & Meyers, LLC

Hurry! Settlement Reached with Stryker for Hip Implant Replacement - Deadline for Registering your Claim is December 14, 2014

Tue, 12/09/2014

Zachary Mayberry, student intern Jacoby & Meyers, LLC

Will General Motors be Able to Save its Brand?

Mon, 11/10/2014

Joseph Coughlin, student intern Jacoby & Meyers, LLC

General Motors, the largest automaker in the United States, will soon have to defend itself against two class action lawsuits. The lawsuits seek to represent the drivers of 27 million GM vehicles in the United States, and are believed to be the largest class action lawsuits filed against GM to date.

GM Expands Recall, Cites 13 Deaths

Wed, 02/26/2014

CNN Money; February 26, 2014

General Motors announced Tuesday that it is expanding a recall of compact cars due to an ignition problem, and has raised the number of deaths resulting from the problem to 13.

The recall now affects 1.37 million vehicles built between 2003 and 2007.

Got a charge for $9.84 on your credit card? Beware

Tue, 01/28/2014

CBS Moneywatch; January 28, 2014

Wondering if your credit card number could be in the hands of a crook? Look for a charge for $9.84.

The Better Business Bureau issued a fraud alert last week about a raft of consumer complaints all reporting the same niggling charge. The business levying this fee may purport to provide “customer support,” or it may simply identify itself as any one of a number of different websites.

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