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Second Talcum Powder Lawsuit Verdict for Johnson & Johnson

This May, a St. Louis jury ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $55 million to a plaintiff who suffered from ovarian cancer after using the company's Baby Powder products. After using Johnson & Johnson's Baby Powder for feminine hygiene for nearly 40 years,… Read More

Could Seat Back Failure be Putting Your Child in Danger?

Once thought to be a safe spot for children when riding in a car, truck, or van, placing your kids in the back seat of your vehicle could actually be putting them in harm’s way. An experienced product liability attorney in South Bend can help defective… Read More

Talc Use Raises Ovarian Cancer Risk

Approximately 20,000 American women receive a diagnosis of ovarian cancer each year. New research suggests that the use of a common hygiene product is raising the risk of receiving this diagnosis; women who regularly use genital talcum powder are at a… Read More

FDA Takes Action to Inform Patients About the Risks in Using Essure

On Feb. 29, the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) issued a news release announcing it would be taking action to provide women with important information about the risks of using Essure, a form of permanent birth control. The FDA said the labeling for… Read More

Johnson & Johnson to Pay $72 Million for Talcum Powder Cancer Case

A Missouri jury has ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $72 million to the family of a woman who died from ovarian cancer, which was linked to her use of the company’s Baby Powder and Shower to Shower products. The St. Louis jury awarded the family $10… Read More

Government Declares Hoverboards Dangerous and May Issue Recall

According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), hoverboard dangers are a serious threat to consumers and no hoverboard can be considered safe at this time. These popular devices have caused serious harm to several individuals who may… Read More

Multiple Manufacturers Announce Expanded Takata Airbag Recall

The massive recall of faulty Takata airbags continues to grow, as multiple automobile manufacturers have announced expanded recalls. This recall is the largest in U.S. automotive history, affecting more than 34 million vehicles. Takata airbags are being… Read More

New Report Identifies Gaps in FDA’s Drug Safety Oversight

The Government Accountability Office has found multiple shortcomings in the system utilized by the Food and Drug Administration to track drug safety issues. A new report shows that the FDA is failing to effectively track drug issues, putting consumers… Read More

U.S. Department of Transportation Launches Public Awareness Campaign after Record Spike in 2015 Recalls

In response to a spike in auto recalls, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has launched a new initiative called Safe Cars Save Lives to boost consumer awareness regarding their vehicles. According to the NHTSA, a record 51 million vehicles… Read More

FDA Waited Months to Tell Public about Infected Scopes

According to a new Senate report, the Food and Drug Administration waited 17 months to tell the public and physicians about the dangers of gastrointestinal medical scopes and superbug infections spread by contamination of the devices. Between 2012 and… Read More