Products Involved in Personal Injury Lawsuits
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America survives and thrives when manufacturers innovate, produce, and sell their products. This is a good thing. What is not good is when corporations profit off products they know are defective, harmful, and are injuring innocent people. The civil justice system often is the only way to hold these companies accountable for the harm they cause.

Since 1955, we have been forcing the largest corporations in the world to face juries and pay for the damages they have produced. Each year we help teach more than 1,000 attorneys how to successfully handle these types of cases. Below is a sample of our current and previous litigation.

 

Our Current Investigations and Lawsuits

 

Previous Investigations and Lawsuits

PRODUCT ISSUE
Asbestos
One of the major risk factors for developing mesothelioma is working with and around asbestos. Most mesothelioma cases are linked to a history of asbestos exposure.
ATV Rollovers
There have been many reported cases of serious injuries and death involving ATV rollovers. Most of these rollover injuries and deaths are attributed to manufacturing design flaws and/or operator error.
Chinese Drywall
Many homes built in the Southeast between 2004 and 2006 contained drywall imported from China that released harmful sulfur compounds causing corrosion of air conditioning units and electrical wiring.
Dicamba
Beginning in 2016, the herbicide dicamba began causing serious crop damage on farms where the product was not even being sprayed. Crops were dying because dicamba was blowing or washing onto the property of nearby farms.
Electronic Cigarettes
Electronic cigarettes have been known to overheat and explode during normal use, and also during charging, causing severe burns to users and property damage.
GenX
GenX is a chemical invented by DuPont to replace its highly toxic chemical C8, which was being used in products such as Teflon. In 2016, it began showing up in various waterways in North Carolina.
Peter Pan Peanut Butter Recall
On February 14, 2007, the FDA warned consumers not to eat certain jars of Peter Pan peanut butter or Great Value peanut butter due to risk of contamination with Salmonella.
Renu
The CDC said in 2006 it had confirmed 106 cases of serious eye infection (Fusarium Keratitis) that could be linked to use of Bausch and Lomb's ReNu MoistureLoc.
Takata Airbag Recall
Beginning in 2014, millions of airbag manufactured by Takata have been recalled. The solid chemical propellant used in the airbags had a propensity to deteriorate over time.
Teething Gels
In September 2016, the FDA issued a warning asking parents to immediately stop using homeopathic teething gels and tablets because severe injuries could occur, including seizures and loss of breath.
VW Emissions Fraud
In 2015, the EPA charged Volkswagen with using a “defeat device” on its engines to deceive emissions tests. In 2016, VW agreed to a multi-billion dollars global settlement.