Did Johnson & Johnson, the manufacturer of numerous products geared to families, know that its talcum powder was contaminated with asbestos fibers for years, if not decades?
Vaping was supposed to be a safer alternative to cigarettes, and it was quickly adopted by millions of people around the nation.
If you drive a car, you know that accidents happen. More than likely, however, you're relying on your car's safety features to help protect you if an accident d KOPOO
What makes a product defective? Theoretically, just about any product on the market could potentially injure someone -- but not if they're used appropriately and with the right precautions. When you buy a product, you enter into a sort of contract with the manufacturer and seller that the product will do what it's supposed to do -- without causing injuries through some kind of malfunction.
Fourth of July celebrations are a big deal all across the nation. However, not everybody who gets their hands on fireworks acts responsibly. Accidents can and do happen when fireworks are used -- and the injuries can be quite severe.
If you rely on Tyson Foods to get you through family meals during the busy part of your week, you need to check what's in your freezer -- now.
There are a lot of safety recalls and warnings about dangerous products -- but some are more critical than others. When infants are involved, the consequences of an unsafe product can be deadly.
It's probably time that consumers have a more high-tech route to learn about dangerously defective products and important recalls.
Electric scooters are all the rage in various cities across the nation -- but those tiny little modes of personal transportation can be quite dangerous. There have been insurance claims for everything from broken bones to head injuries and deaths related to e-scooters.
Roughly 10 million people in the United States use some form of e-cig, the electronic alternative to traditional cigarettes -- and many of them may be in danger of serious injuries or death.