Archive: Product Liability

Nov03

FDA Medical Device Review Process Faces Scrutiny

Atlanta Product Liability Lawyer

When a new product goes to market, consumers generally trust that the manufacturer has sufficient quality controls and safety processes in place to ensure that the product will not cause harm if used as intended.  If a defective design, flaw...

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Aug14

Button Batteries Pose Risks to Children

Atlanta Product Liability Lawyer

Every year, nearly 3,000 children are treated in emergency rooms across the U.S. for injuries caused by swallowing coin-sized batteries. It is a problem that has increased ninefold in the last decade, according to Safe Kids Worldwide. The Consumer Product...

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Aug11

Should CarMax Check for Recalled Vehicles?

Atlanta Product Liability Lawyer

CarMax, the nation’s largest used-car retailer, is facing criticism from nearly a dozen consumer groups who allege that the company irresponsibly sells recalled cars without fixing them first, the New York Times reports. In a petition recently filed with the...

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Aug04

FDA Warns About Medications Used for Teething

Atlanta Children's Product Liability Lawyer

One of the earliest, most uncomfortable conditions of infancy and toddlerhood is teething. While it may be tempting to reach for medication to ease your child’s pain, please learn more before you administer any medication in order to avoid a...

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Jun02

When Experts Disagree, Focus on the Facts

The recent Senate hearings into the General Motors ignition switch recall have highlighted an issue which regularly impacts lawsuits, but rarely gets the attention it deserves. That issue is whether some expert witnesses actually take seriously their oath to tell...

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