All About the Talcum Powder Ovarian Cancer Settlement

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In 1894, Johnson & Johnson (J&J) started selling talcum powder, which quickly became one of its most popular products. At first, the company marketed the powder as a treatment for skin irritation. That changed in the early 1900s when J&J decided to promote it as a cosmetic and feminine hygiene product. Nearly 70 years later, […]

The Insulin Mass Tort Explained

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The introduction of the insulin pump in the 1970s was one of the greatest advances in medicine. Previously, people with type 1 diabetes had to give themselves insulin injections multiple times daily. These injections were uncomfortable and sometimes caused redness, swelling and other side effects. Some people also struggled to administer insulin at just the […]

Roundup Weed Killer Mass Tort Lawsuit: Why You Should Know About It

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Monsanto Chemical Works, better known as Monsanto, introduced Roundup in the 1970s. Initially, farmers used the chemical to kill pests on food crops. Unfortunately, the glyphosate-based herbicide caused extensive crop damage. Since then, people have been using Roundup to kill weeds, maintain their lawns and keep pests away from their gardens. Although Roundup and other […]

Lexington Law Reviewed

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Good credit helps with everything from getting a mortgage to securing the lowest interest rates on credit cards and personal loans. Your credit history may even affect your chances of landing a job or finding the perfect apartment. If your credit reports have a few blemishes, you have several options, including working with a credit […]

Rideshare Assault Lawsuit Explained

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Thousands of people use ridesharing apps instead of buying their own vehicles, making it easier to run errands, go to work and meet up with friends. Ridesharing is also an affordable alternative to renting a car or using other forms of transportation while you’re on vacation. Despite these benefits, ridesharing is fraught with risks, including […]

Camp Lejeune Lawsuit [Explained]

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If you’ve watched television lately, you’ve probably seen at least one commercial about the Camp Lejeune lawsuit, causing you to wonder what happened at the military base. In 2022, Congress passed the Camp Lejeune Justice Act, making it easier for veterans and their families to recover damages for health problems caused by exposure to contaminated […]

Everything You Need to Know About the EzriCare Artificial Tears Lawsuit

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In January of 2023, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) began to investigate claims of adverse events, particularly Pseudomonas aeruginosa infections of the eye, stemming from the use of several over-the-counter brands of eye drops. This included EzriCare Artificial Tears Lubricant Eye Drops, a product manufactured by Global Pharma Healthcare PVT Limited in India and […]

Medtronic’s MiniMed Insulin Pump Lawsuits Explained

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In November 2019, the FDA issued a class 1 recall of Medtronic’s MiniMed insulin pumps manufactured before August 2019. Class 1 is the most serious recall, meaning those using the pumps must stop using them until they are replaced or fixed. The FDA indicated it had received 26,421 direct consumer complaints about malfunctioning devices, of […]