Twenty more people have filed sexual assault lawsuits against Lyft, accusing the ride-sharing app of hiding a "sexual predator crisis."
A recall was issued for 2-pound frozen bags of Quest Beef Cat Food due to concerns that it may be contaminated with Salmonella, which poses a risk to pets and humans who handle the food.
A jury in Philadelphia has ordered Rex Medical to pay $33 million to a woman who was injured by an Option® retrievable vena cava filter.
Michaels recalled 14,000 tassel keychain power banks because the lithium-ion batteries can catch on fire.
A lawsuit blames the death of a Florida doctor on the inaccessible door handles of the Tesla Model S, which render the car a "death trap" if the batteries catch on fire after an accident.
More than 50,000 Thomas Built school buses were recalled because the seat backs do not have enough material to absorb an impact in a crash, which increases the risk of a child suffering a knee injury.
A grieving mother has filed the first wrongful death lawsuit against JUUL after her teenage son died of breathing complications that she blames on a vaping addiction that began when he was 15 years old.
The first lawsuit has been filed against two popular restaurants in Jacksonville, Florida, after an outbreak of Cyclospora parasite infections were traced to fresh basil imported from Mexico.
A jury awarded $40 million to a woman with mesothelioma who used Johnson's Baby Powder and other asbestos-tainted talcum powder products.
A lawsuit was filed by a woman who suffered 2nd-degree burns when her Instant Pot® pressure cooker exploded.