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Earplugs

3M Loses $50M In Military Earplug Lawsuit

By Halpern Santos & Pinkert |

3M was paid by the U.S. military to provide earplugs to our soldiers. However, several soldiers have suffered deafness, tinnitus, hearing loss, and other issues after the earplugs allegedly failed. This resulted in the military filing lawsuits against the company along with individual veterans who sustained permanent ear damage while using the earplugs. To… Read More »

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Housekeeper Sues Chris Brown After Dog Attacks Sister

By Halpern Santos & Pinkert |

Attorneys representing Chris Brown are asking the court to dismiss a lawsuit filed by the sister of a dog attack victim who was performing cleaning services at Brown’s residence. This is known as a witness bystander claim. Someone who witnesses a terrible event can file a lawsuit against the negligent party for trauma related… Read More »

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Earphones Targeted For Fire, Burn Injury Hazard

By Halpern Santos & Pinkert |

E-Filliate Inc. has recently been hit with a class-action lawsuit alleging that its earphones are prone to overheating while they charge and this creates a fire hazard. The company has been on notice since the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) received 4 dozen complaints concerning the earphones. Some complained that the earphones burst into… Read More »

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BrushX Styler Recalled Due To Electrocution Risk

By Halpern Santos & Pinkert |

100,000 supercharged hairbrushes have been recalled due to an electrocution risk. According to the recall, the devices lack immersion protection which can pose a significant shock hazard if the brushes fall into water while plugged in. BrushX, the manufacturer of the product, is recommending that those who use the product regularly stop doing so… Read More »

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GM Denied Bid To Avoid Recall Over High Beams

By Halpern Santos & Pinkert |

Have you ever had a truck or an SUV pull up behind you and suddenly, you can’t see a thing? You’re wondering if their high beams are on or if they just make the standing lights too darn bright. According to a federal recall that GM hoped to avoid, it was the latter. Now,… Read More »

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