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Military members injured after use of alleged defective product

Basing their purchases on advertising campaigns, consumers spend their hard-earned money on products they feel would be useful to their lives. It can be disheartening to find that their money was wasted on a dangerous or defective product, not to mention the costs of medical treatments that may result. A lawsuit has been filed in Texas against the 3M Company for a defective product that did not provide the service advertised.

2 defective product recalls close company

Each and every day, consumers purchase products based on advertising claims that may or may not be true. Too often a shopper will end up with a defective product that may not work properly, and even worse, could cause physical damage from its use. A Texas business has closed because federal regulators say it has not just one defective product, but two that will potentially harm consumers.

Agencies mark 10 year annivesary of defective product laws

Several agencies concerned with the health and well-being of consumers recently celebrated the 10-year anniversary of the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act. The law provides improved safeguards to prevent consumers from being harmed by a potentially defective product. It has also led to improved safety standards for children's toys and household products that previously posed a threat to families here in Texas and throughout the country.

Alleged defective product at center of lawsuit

It is really discouraging to pay good money for a product and it not work as intended. It is even worse if the defective product is medically necessary in order to maintain a productive and healthy lifestyle. A Texas man has filed a lawsuit for a defective product he says did not do the job for which it was manufactured.

Couple files defective product lawsuit after injury

It is the responsibility of manufacturers to produce products that are safe and reliable. When a customer buys and uses a defective product, the result can be bodily injury or damage to the surrounding area. A Texas woman and her husband have reached a settlement for financial compensation in a lawsuit they brought against the company after using a defective product.

Potentially dangerous product recalled prior to solar eclipse

On Monday, Aug. 21, a full solar eclipse will be visible across much of the country. Even those who will not be able to see the full eclipse are gearing up to watch an event that has not occurred here in the United States for decades. Part of that preparation involves purchasing special glasses that allow observers here in Texas and across the country to view the eclipse. Unfortunately, Amazon is recalling several of these special glasses because they could be a potentially dangerous product

Columnist says old lawsuit is example of defective product issue

Many Texas consumers have had experiences where they purchase products only to later discover that they don't work properly. This can result in accident, injury or illness when a defective product becomes hazardous to its user. A recent online column addressed the issue of product liability, namely whether chemically treated wood can sometimes be defective.

Widow awarded millions in product liability case after tragedy

Many Texas residents who struggle with depression take antidepressant medications. Of course, prescription medication can be quite expensive. Sometimes, a patient is able to use a generic form of a particular drug to keep costs down. That is what one man did in another state, although his situation resulted in tragedy and a product liability lawsuit.

Addressing a dangerous product matter in court

Consumers purchase things every day of the year in Texas and throughout the nation. Some people try their very best to give their hard-earned dollars to local establishments and business owners, so shopping becomes a means for boosting their own communities' economies. Others think and act on a more global scale, doing most of their buying and selling online. Either way, those who use items manufactured and made available to the purchasing public have a right to expect that no one within the manufacturing, sales or distribution chain will knowingly place a dangerous product into their hands.

Jury rules against Johnson & Johnson for product liability

Many consumers in Texas use Johnson & Johnson products. Their talc-based items are very popular feminine hygiene products. One such product became the central focal point of a product liability lawsuit, however, which didn't end so well in court for the manufacturing mogul.

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