Products made with improperly sourced or low-quality ingredients might result in an adverse reaction from the user. This might cause physical, emotional, or financial injury.
This section of class action lawsuits covers faulty products that have had such adverse reactions to a consumer. If you’ve experienced serious complications from a product, you may be eligible to file a lawsuit.
Enfamil and Similac are facing baby formula lawsuits from parents of premature infants diagnosed with necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) across the US. These parents claim Mead Johnson (Enfamil) and Abbott Laboratories (Similac) didn’t warn that their cow milk-based products could result in necrotizing enterocolitis in premature infants.
The Boppy Company, following directives from the US Consumer Product Safety Commission, has recalled over three million Newborn Loungers for infants due to a suffocation hazard.
The pillows meant for babies have resulted in the death of eight infants from 2015 to 2020.
E-cigarettes have grown popular in recent years as healthier alternatives to traditional cigarettes. However, recent research and events have shown that vaping is still dangerous to human health. For instance, e-cigarettes can result in severe medical conditions, such as strokes, lung infections, and seizures.
In 2019, Fisher-Price issued a recall for nearly 5 million Rock ‘n Play Sleepers after reports of several baby deaths. In June 2021, the company also recalled over 100,000 4-in-1 Rock ‘n Glide Soother and over 50,000 2-in-1 Soothe ‘n Play Gliders after other cases of infant dates.
Plaintiffs across the US are filing paraquat lawsuits, claiming the herbicide can lead to Parkinson’s disease. They’re also suing the manufacturers of these products for failing to warn about their potential health dangers.
Pressure cooker explosions have led to several product liability lawsuits against related manufacturers in the United States. These accidents have caused eye injuries, permanent scars, and first to third degree burns.
Many sunscreen products tested positive for benzene — a carcinogenic chemical also found in paint thinners and gasoline. This discovery means sunscreen users are at high risk of developing different cancer forms.
Several studies revealed that Johnson & Johnson baby powder, one of the most trusted on the market, could expose women to an increased risk of ovarian cancer if they use the powder for feminine hygiene purposes.
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Individuals affected by this particular product or chemical are currently filing lawsuits.
Class action lawsuits against pharmaceutical companies and their manufactured drugs.
Class action lawsuits filed by individuals who have experienced injury or illness due to toxins or pollutants in their environment
Class action lawsuits against the manufacturer of harmful or faulty medical devices.
Class action lawsuits filed by individuals who have suffered a similar loss or injury at the hands of the responsible party.