As the nationwide cheese recall continues to grow, a new study explains why Listeria infections are so dangerous for pregnant women. It might also explain a lot of 1st-trimester miscarriages.
Keurig pays a tiny settlement with the government after making hundreds of millions of dollars in profit off K-Cup MINI coffee makers that it knew were burning people by exploding hot water and coffee.
A new lawsuit alleges that five leading auto manufacturers were aware of defects that caused Takata airbags to explode and kill motorists, but continued to use them so they could save money.
A manufacturing defect forced SodaStream to recall blue-tinted carbonating bottles due to the risk of explosions and serious injuries.
Calphalon is recalling about two million cutlery sets after dozens of people reported suffering injuries when their knives broke.
Vizio Inc. has agreed to pay $2.2 million to settle charges that it broke the law when it used spy software in more than 11 million TVs to determine what people watch – without their consent.
A whistleblower lawsuit claims the manufacturer of Enfamil baby formula downplayed the risk of defective seals that could result in spoilage or bacterial contamination.
The U.S. Supreme Court agreed to decide if railroad workers with cancer and other injuries on the job can choose to file lawsuits in certain states.
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.
A class action lawsuit has been filed by a California mother who says her daughter's Hatchimal was a dud — it never hatched. The manufacturer is accused of falsely advertising a defective toy to kids.