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Posts in Product Liability
  • Ranitidine Side Effects
    Ranitidine Side Effects

    The common heartburn medication, Zantac, has recently been pulled from shelves across the country. New studies show that its active ingredient, ranitidine, has cancer-causing impurities. Ranitidine is ...

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  • Zantac Recall
    Zantac Recall

    As of early September, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) made an announcement regarding low levels of N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA), a cancer-causing element, found in ranitidine. Ranitidine is ...

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  • Did You Receive a Defective Gift?
    Did You Receive a Defective Gift?

    Each holiday season, we share the joy of gift giving with our friends, colleagues and loved ones. Sadly, there is a chance that one of the gifts you receive—whether it’s sports equipment, electronics, ...

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  • What You Need to Know About Amusement Park Accidents & Liability
    What You Need to Know About Amusement Park Accidents & Liability

    While not common, accidents and injuries do happen at amusement parks. Two of the most common types of amusement park accident claims are negligence ( premises liability ) and product liability . ...

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  • Paul Walker's Father's Lawsuit Against Porsche and How it Relates to Auto Defects
    Paul Walker's Father's Lawsuit Against Porsche and How it Relates to Auto Defects

    As many people already know, famous actor and car enthusiast, Paul Walker, died in a car accident in Valencia, California. Shortly after the accident, his daughter filed a lawsuit against Porsche ...

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  • The 10 Most Dangerous Toys of 2015 Revealed By World Against Toys Causing Harm
    The 10 Most Dangerous Toys of 2015 Revealed By World Against Toys Causing Harm

    Holiday season is right around the corner, and for many families, it means time to do some holiday shopping. For parents, some of the most common items bought for their children include toys. Toys can ...

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  • Consumers Guaranteed Right To Hold Corporations Accountable For Hazardous Products
    Consumers Guaranteed Right To Hold Corporations Accountable For Hazardous Products

    House Passes Consumer Product Safety Commission Bill Consumers who have been tragically harmed by dangerous products secured their right to hold irresponsible corporations accountable, under ...

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  • Motorcycle Accidents: An Overview
    Motorcycle Accidents: An Overview

    In order to better understand which vehicles are represented here, the following are included when referring to motorcycles: Two- or three-wheeled motorcycles Off-road motorcycles Mopeds Scooters ...

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  • Under Michigan’s New Auto Insurance Law, How Will Independent Medical Exams Change?
    Under Michigan’s New Auto Insurance Law, How Will Independent Medical Exams Change?

    Michigan’s overhaul of their no-fault system is taking effect July 1, impacting all local drivers and their insurance policies. One of the many areas of insurance that will be affected is the ...

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  • Who Pays an Injured Person’s No-Fault Benefits Under Michigan’s New Auto Insurance Law?
    Who Pays an Injured Person’s No-Fault Benefits Under Michigan’s New Auto Insurance Law?

    Starting in July, all Michigan drivers will be affected by a new auto insurance reform law, which will bring about a number of new changes. Because drivers will no longer be required to have unlimited ...

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  • Who Pays for an Injured Motorcyclist’s Benefits Under Michigan’s New Auto Insurance Law?
    Who Pays for an Injured Motorcyclist’s Benefits Under Michigan’s New Auto Insurance Law?

    Michigan’s new no-fault law, which will go into effect starting July 1, will affect all motorists, including motorcyclists. However, many motorcyclists are concerned that the law will pose new ...

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  • Under Michigan’s New Auto Insurance Law, Who Pays for an Injured Pedestrian’s Benefits?
    Under Michigan’s New Auto Insurance Law, Who Pays for an Injured Pedestrian’s Benefits?

    While Michigan’s new auto insurance law, which will officially be enacted on July 1, impacts all drivers when it comes to insurance policies, pedestrians will be affected, too. Under Michigan’s ...

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  • Who is Liable for an Injured Bicyclist’s Benefits After an Accident Under Michigan’s New No-Fault Law?
    Who is Liable for an Injured Bicyclist’s Benefits After an Accident Under Michigan’s New No-Fault Law?

    Though Michigan’s new auto insurance law will affect all car drivers and their insurance policies starting July 1, it will also play a role in the lives of bicyclists who are injured in accidents. ...

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  • What Are My Options for PIP Coverage Under the New Michigan No-Fault Law?
    What Are My Options for PIP Coverage Under the New Michigan No-Fault Law?

    On July 1, 2020, Michigan’s new no-fault auto insurance reform law is going into effect, granting motorists new coverage options. Our Detroit car accident attorneys explain what you need to know about ...

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  • Are Out-of-State Residents Covered Under Michigan’s New Auto Insurance Law?
    Are Out-of-State Residents Covered Under Michigan’s New Auto Insurance Law?

    On July 2, 2020, Michigan’s new auto insurance law will go into effect, resulting in a number of significant changes for motorists in the state. But what if you’re visiting Michigan as an out-of-state ...

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  • Do Michigan Residents Injured in an Out of State Car Accident Have Rights Under the New No-Fault Insurance Law?
    Do Michigan Residents Injured in an Out of State Car Accident Have Rights Under the New No-Fault Insurance Law?

    On July 1, 2020, a new state law will come into effect that changes how motorists are able to receive coverage for no-fault Personal Injury Protection (PIP) car insurance. Whereas prior to July 1 PIP ...

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  • New Michigan Auto Insurance Law Will Limit Attendant Care Hours
    New Michigan Auto Insurance Law Will Limit Attendant Care Hours

    On July 1, 2020, a new law will go into effect that allows drivers in Michigan to choose their own no-fault Personal Injury Protection (PIP) insurance plan, which was previously fixed. While many ...

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