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 a substance commonly used to treat heartburn by decreasing the levels of acid your stomach constructs. It is included in an assembly of drugs referred to as histamine-2 […]Learn More
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 the active ingredient found in the heartburn medication, Zantac. NDMA is an environmental contaminant classified as a probable carcinogen in studies on animals. Human studies are very limited […]Learn More
Goodman Acker Partner Jordan Acker Demands that Insurers & Lawyers “Do Better” Many of you have probably read the article in Crain’s about the “flood” of suits into Oakland and Macomb County courts over the last few years. Read the article here. It’s something we as Plaintiff lawyers have seen, especially since the Covenant decision came down. Let […]Learn More
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, vehicle accessories or home décor—will result in your injury. A defective product, which typically has faulty manufacturing or a design flaw, can […]Learn More
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. Examples of amusement park owner or employee negligence include: Failing to maintain equipment or park areas Failing to properly train ride operators Providing incorrect instructions to riders […]Learn More
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 stating the accident should not have killed her father at the speeds he was traveling unless the car was defective. The case was dismissed […]Learn More
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 be a great gift. However, parents should be aware that not all toys are fit for all children. Over the […]Learn More
On Wednesday of last week, IKEA and the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) made an announcement recalling 27 million chest and drawer sets due to safety hazards. IKEA, a Swedish furniture retailer, has acknowledged that certain furniture pieces may not be safe if free-standing. In the past few months, two children died and others were injured due […]Learn More
Just before the holiday weekend on Thursday of last week, Fiat Chrysler was brought before the court for failing to comply with federal laws in 23 separate recalls covering more than 11 million vehicles. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) agency stated that Fiat Chrysler acted negligently in its communication with consumers during and after numerous […]Learn More
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