$360 Million in Lawsuits Filed After Deadly Texas Pipeline Explosion
Over $360 million in lawsuits were filed after a deadly explosion occurred when a dredging ship hit an underwater gas pipeline in Corpus Christi, Texas.
Lawsuits Filed for Parasite Illnesses Linked to Bagged Salads
A growing number of lawsuits have been filed by people who were infected with Cyclospora parasites after eating bagged salads.
1st Lawsuit Filed in El Toro Mexican Norovirus Outbreak
The first lawsuit has been filed by woman who was infected with Norovirus after eating at El Toro restaurant in Tacoma, Washington, in an outbreak that sickened at least 400 people.
Apple Hit With 40 Class Actions for Throttling Old iPhones
At least 40 class action lawsuits have been filed against Apple for forcing the owners of older iPhones to download an update that slowed down their phone in order to save battery life.
Southern California Edison Hit With Wildfire Lawsuits
A class action blames the Southern California Edison utility for failing to maintain power lines, resulting in 3 wildfires near Los Angeles.
$28 Million Xarelto Jury Award Overturned
A state judge in Pennsylvania has overturned a $27.8 million jury award to a woman who suffered severe gastrointestinal bleeding after taking the blood-thinning drug Xarelto.
Lawsuit Filed Over Elite Bistro Pressure Cooker Explosion
Lawsuits and several complaints have been filed by people who were severely burned by pressure cooker explosions involving Maxi-Matic Elite Bistro 8-Quart Electric Pressure Cookers sold at Kohl's and HSN.
Woman Wins $100,000 in Starbucks Hot Coffee Lawsuit
A jury in Florida ordered Starbucks to pay $100,000 to a mom who was severely burned by a hot coffee spill at the drive-thru window.
Abbott Wins Depakote Birth Defect Trial But Lawsuits Continue And Plaintiff Lawyers Remain Confident
Less than 3 months after judges in Missouri upheld a $38 million jury award to a girl with birth defects from Depakote, another trial in Ohio has ended with a jury clearing Abbott Laboratories of wrongdoing.
Criminal Trial Underway in Deadly Fungal Meningitis Outbreak
Barry Cadden, co-owner of a pharmacy next to a trash facility who sold moldy spinal injections that killed 44 people, is on trial for murder after the largest outbreak of fungal meningitis in U.S. history.