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FDA Zantac Withdrawal: What You Need to Know

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In 2019, independent tests indicated that there were unsafe levels of a cancer-causing carcinogen in Zantac and the generic forms of the medication, ranitidine. Major pharmacies all over the US began to take these medications off their shelves, and now … Continue reading

What You Need to Know About the 2020 Belviq Recall

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Nobody should ever have to worry about whether or not a medication they take will cause them harm. Unfortunately, there are times when defective drugs make it into the hands of consumers. Recently, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) … Continue reading

Do Disclaimers Hold up in Court?

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Product manufacturers must ensure the products they sell to consumers do not pose any danger through reasonable, expected use of those products. They must guarantee that a product will perform safely when used in a foreseeably reasonable way. Some manufacturers … Continue reading

What Do I Do If My Car Is Recalled?

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As automotive technology evolves, personal vehicles are growing more complex. With this added complexity comes a higher chance of serious errors going unnoticed until well after the vehicles are on the road. When a car manufacturer notices a serious design … Continue reading

How Does a Recall Affect a Defective Product Injury Claim?

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Product liability lawsuits are often rather straightforward – due to strict liability laws, an injured person can sue a manufacturer for a defective product without proving the manufacturer was negligent. It is enough for the victim and his or her … Continue reading

I Have Food Poisoning: What Should I Do? Can I Sue?

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There are few illnesses more physically disabling and unpleasant than food poisoning. If you have what you think is food poisoning, the symptoms usually subside in a few days. To avoid dehydration, your best course of action is to drink … Continue reading

Are FDA Fast-Tracked Drugs and Devices Safe?

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In theory, FDA fast-tracked drugs and devices make sense. The process encourages companies to develop helpful medical items and expedites the review process so that people in need can access better, more effective treatments. In an ideal world, fast-tracked drugs … Continue reading

Watch out for These Seven Hidden Home Fire Hazards

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Most homeowners know the big fire hazards to watch out for at home. You may carefully follow standard safety recommendations for Christmas tree lights, cooking appliances, and candle usage. However, many homes are subject to fire hazards the average homeowner … Continue reading

What You Need to Know About Buying a Hoverboard

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Hoverboards, the Segway-like recreational devices, were the must-have item on many children’s holiday wish lists in 2015. However, more and more stories have popped up regarding the serious hazards some models pose. Jurisdictions have even gone as far as banning … Continue reading

20 Most Dangerous Toys of All Time

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The holiday season is approaching, and parents are buying gifts for their children. But some can be dangerous. You can usually identify potential problems based on age restrictions and advice on labels. However, kid’s items have not always had these … Continue reading

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