Defective Product

Paxil, Birth Defect, BAV & GlaxoSmithKline is about a mother who took paxil during pregnancy and alleges that the paxil caused her child’s birth defect (e.g., bicuspid aortic valve, BAV). The Paxil, Birth Defect, BAV & GlaxoSmithKline case in the United States District Court, D. Connecticut recently ruled on a […]

Paxil, Birth Defect, BAV & GlaxoSmithKline

Fixodent, Daubert & Expert Causation: A recent a case in the United States District Court, S.D. Florida, Miami Division ruled on a Motion to Exclude the Opinions of Plaintiffs’ General Causation Experts. The Fixodent, Daubert & Expert Causation Act case documents what many toxic tort type cases may potentially be faced with […]

Fixodent, Daubert & Expert Causation

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), General Motors notified the agency “that it has determined that a defect [ignition switch recall], which relates to motor vehicle safety, exists” in the recalled vehicles.  It appears that GM has recalled over 1.5 million vehicles. The full list of recalled vehicles includes: 2003-2007 Saturn Ion 2005-2007 […]

GM Ignition Switch Recall

A baby monitor recall – Angelcare Monitors Inc., of Quebec, Canada is recalling 600,000 Angelcare Movement and Sound Monitors with Sensor Pads.  According to the CPSC, the monitor’s sensor pad 11 foot cord poses a strangulation risk if the cord becomes wrapped around the neck of the baby.   See CNN […]

Baby Monitor Recall

As reported by Fox, every year, about 9,400 young children in the U.S. are injured falling off high chairs, a new study – Journal of Clinical Pediatrics) finds. Doctors warn that despite the chairs’ perceived safety, children in high chairs can be harmed if a chair is not used properly. […]

Children In High Chairs