Thousands of defective and malfunctioning products are recalled from the shelves each year, lessening the impact of harm to consumers and mitigating fault caused by
Category: Products Defects
According to a study by the National Institutes of Health, around 25,000 children get injured by exercise equipment each year. Because minors are more likely
Although there isn’t a federal law that governs product liability, consumers should expect that the goods or products they purchase are safe to use. If
Manufacturers, distributors, and sellers are responsible for offering products that work properly and are safe to use by consumers. Recalls must be ordered when a
A malfunction or defect in a maritime product often leads to injuries. Therefore, it is vital to know who should be held accountable for such an incident.
Determining who to sue in a defective product liability case is a complex task. An experienced product liability lawyer can help you build a strong case.
The FDA Takes Serious Notice of E-Cig Dangers: As Leav & Steinberg, LLP reported last week the concern for safety and dangers of E-Cig/Vapor use is alarming
As reported last week by Leav & Steinberg, LLP, the FDA is now sending a signal to all manufaturers of E-Cig and Vape products that they are considering banning the use and sale of these harmful products which are unfairly targeting the young.
New York City’s ban on e-cigarettes have was upheld by the Appellate Division. New York City Citizens Lobbying Against Smoker Harassment (CLASH) filed a lawsuit
Dangers of E-Cigarettes-beyond exploding they are more dangerous than the manufacturers and distributors are telling us
The obvious and hidden dangers of E-Cigarettes are becoming well known and openly discussed. Leav & Steinberg is investigating cases of E-cig explosions and the hidden dangers that may cause long term illnesses to those young and old who are using it
In a strong decision, the US Court of Appeal found that General Motors failed to disclose known defects with its ignitition switch when it filed for bankruptcy and therefore must now defend lawsuits that were once dismissed as part of its bankruptcy reorganization,