Fires & Explosions Lead to Hoverboard Recalls

Several hoverboard brands have been identified as safety hazards and were issued product recalls by the US Consumer Product Safety Commission.

What You’ll Need to Prove a Product Liability Claim

Whether it was defective manufacturing or defective design, if you've been injured because of a product defect, you may have a product liability case.

5 Huge U.S. Product Liability Cases

Philip Morris tobacco, General Motors, and more. Here are five of the largest product liability lawsuits that have happened in the United States.

5 Most Common Summertime Dangers

If you’re injured due to someone’s negligent behavior or on poorly maintained property, you’ll need experienced personal injury or premises liability attorneys.

Do I Need a Personal Injury Attorney?

We will work with you to assess your case in a free consultation and determine if you have a personal injury claim. From there, we'll fight for you every step of the way to ensure maximum compensation for your losses.

10 Most Prominent Product Recalls of All Time

​Product recalls are serious, and sometimes dangerous, things. When a product is recalled, it means there was either a safety or defect that could endanger the consumer. That being said, it's very important to take product recalls seriously.

Largest U.S. Safety Recall: Takata Airbag

Major parts supplier, Takata, unfortunately contributed to several of the frustrating instances mentioned above. Recalls on airbags have been reported in vehicles made by 14 different automakers.

Quaker Oats - What’s Really in your Oatmeal?

Quaker Oats has been flagged as a product liability case for being dishonest about carcinogens in the ingredients. Their false advertising has mislead consumers for years, and their product no longer stands by their slogan, "100 Percent Natural."