IKEA Tip-Over Drawer Recall

29 Million IKEA Dressers Recalled After 4th Child Death

IKEA recalled 29 million chests and dressers because they can tip over if not anchored to the wall. They do not meet voluntary industry standard to withstand the weight of a 50-pound child climbing on the drawers.

/ November 7, 2016
Fracking Earthquake Oklahoma

Strong Earthquake Hits Largest Oil Storage Hub in U.S.

A magnitude 5.0 earthquake caused injuries and structural damage in an Oklahoma town known as the "Pipeline Crossroads of the World."

/ November 7, 2016
Baby Powder St. Louis Trial Verdict

Johnson & Johnson Seeks Venue Change for Talcum Powder Lawsuits

After three consecutive multi-million dollar verdicts in lawsuits alleging cancer from Johnson & Johnson’s talc-based hygiene products, the healthcare giant is hoping to change its luck by having future cases heard by a different court.

/ November 7, 2016

EOS Lip Balm Class Action Settlement Announced

EOS has agreed to settle class action lawsuits and pay up to $4,000 to people who had severe skin rashes, blisters, and other side effects from the egg-shaped lip balm.

/ November 4, 2016
Class action lawyer for Samsung washing machine explosion injuries.

Samsung Recalls Washing Machines for Explosion Risk

Samsung has recalled 3 million top-loading washing machines because they can blow apart and severely injure anyone nearby.

/ November 4, 2016

Two More Deaths Linked to Medtronic Pain Pump

Two people have died following dosing errors with the Medtronic SynchroMed II infusion pump, a device that injects pain medications directly into the spine of patients with metastatic cancer, chronic pain and severe spasticity.

/ November 4, 2016
Energy Drink Hepatitis Lawsuit

Energy Drinks Linked to Case Report of Hepatitis

Excessive consumption of energy drinks with vitamins like niacin (Vitamin B3) may cause sudden liver inflammation or acute hepatitis, according to a case report.

/ November 3, 2016
Metal on Metal Hip Implant Lawsuit Settlement

2,000 Wright Hip Implant Lawsuits Settle for $240M

Wright Medical Technology has agreed to pay a $240 million settlement to resolve most of the lawsuits involving their metal-on-metal hip replacements.

/ November 3, 2016

J&J Settles Risperdal Gynecomastia Lawsuit Before Trial

Healthcare giant Johnson & Johnson has agreed to settle a lawsuit alleging that its antipsychotic drug Risperdal caused a young man to grow excessive breast tissue in order to avoid a trial that was set to begin Monday in Pennsylvania...

/ November 3, 2016
Wireless Car Thief Hacker

Keyless Ignitions Are Big Convenience for Car Thieves

Keyless ignitions are convenient, and not just for car-owners. Thieves "hack" wireless keys to effortlessly break inside. It is a big problem — about 100 million cars are vulnerable.

/ November 2, 2016