Truly, it must seem to global auto manufacturer Volkswagen that it is under a perpetual rain cloud. As noted in a recent article discussing just the latest of the German company's problems, Volkswagen's troubles "would appear to be endless."
As a consumer, you buy many products on a regular basis. From groceries to vehicles and from prescription drugs to child toys, you're always purchasing something.
The safety concerns related to a recalled product can end up sticking around long after the product is initially recalled. This is because dangerous products are sometimes still in people’s homes or on the secondary market long after they have been recalled. Sometimes, this leads to a recall being reannounced.
Global business giant Samsung has seen better summer-autumn transitions.
Do you ever stop to think about how many products you come in contact with every day? While you assume that every one is 100 percent safe, you never really know for sure.
Following is a question that seems reasonably posed in light of industry principals in the e-cigarette business contending that injuries stemming from product use often trace back to consumer error.
It is easy to see why product liability litigation, when it comes to the fore in Connecticut or elsewhere in the United States, can often be a really big deal.
Contaminated food can cause huge levels of harm. It can leave many people ill. In some instances, illnesses caused by contaminated food products can end up being fatal.
If you're of a certain vintage (let's say that you remember well the initial moon landing), you might just be enthralled every time you catch a rerun of an old television show focused on courtroom dramas.
Have you ever marveled at the seemingly obvious warning labels that adorn some of the common household products you use? While such labels may appear to state the obvious, they exist largely to protect the product's maker from liability. In cases where a company fails to take action to warn individuals who use a product of any possible harm or danger that may arise from its use, a company may be held liable for any resulting harm, injuries or deaths.