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Some Samsung Galaxy phones have faulty batteries that may overheat and even explode. Samsung has recalled the Galaxy Note 7 and now faces lawsuits over the issue.
Many keratin hair products fail to contain keratin and do not produce noticeable hair benefits—deceiving consumers into paying more for ineffective products.
Furniture tip-overs send 40,000 people to the ER every year: 25,000 of them are children. Many file lawsuits against manufacturers alleging negligence or wrongful death.
Companies affected by ransomware can lose access to their data for days, causing major disruption and even financial losses for the customers who rely on them.
Breach of warranty law (or “lemon law”) allows consumers to file lawsuits against manufacturers for faulty products that fail to live up to their warranties.
Some consumers have reported that Valspar exterior paint damaged the vinyl siding on their homes, in some cases causing warping and buckling.
Volatile e-cigarette batteries can explode, causing serious burns, broken teeth and bones, and other injuries. Many e-cig victims have filed lawsuits against manufacturers.
Pressure cookers can explode while in use, spilling their hot contents everywhere. When this happens, consumers can develop severe second and third-degree burns.
Products that cause injuries may be subject to lawsuits. The manufacturer, supplier, and seller can all be held accountable for harm or property damage.
Companies violate the TCPA by bombarding consumers with unwanted robocalls or messages. Many of these consumers are eligible to file lawsuits.
Energy drinks have been linked to kidney failure, cardiac arrest, stroke, and death. Their warning labels remain woefully inadequate, leading to dozens of lawsuits.
Lab tests have confirmed that some aloe vera gel products do not contain aloe vera. As a result, many consumers are filing false advertising lawsuits.
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