The Future of Chemical Safety

The Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) was passed by Congress in 1976. As the primary federal regulation on chemical substances in the US, the TSCA provides the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) with authority to require tests, records, and reports from local manufacturers, importers, processors, and distributors of chemical substances operating in the country. The...

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Defective Medical Devices and Recalls

Product Liability Attorneys Representing Victims of Defective Medical Devices And Recalls


surgeons operatingMedical devices such as pacemakers, artificial joints and other implants are meant to improve your health and quality of life. However, if these products are defective, they can instead cause...

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Why is Fiat Chrysler Recalling 1.1 Million Cars?

Brand new cars these days come with all sorts of fun features, such as Bluetooth compatibility, rearview cameras to help you park, laser headlights (yes, that’s a real thing), remote-start buttons and even traffic light recognition systems. However, drivers who purchased from Fiat Chrysler didn’t count on receiving a feature that made their car...

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Did Bard Blood Clot Filters Cause Deaths?

Recently, NBC News had an alarming report about Bard blood clot filters, which have been linked to defects, saying that thousands of Americans may have had the devices implanted in them. The news outlet investigated government data and discovered that approximately 300 non-fatal injuries and 27 deaths have been linked to Recovery filters, which are...

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