Product liability law protects consumers against defective products. The most serious product defects have resulted in billion-dollar settlements.
Companies are supposed to protect the data of their customers and employees. When they fail to do so, consumers can unite to file a class action lawsuit.
Johnson & Johnson has paid hundreds of millions of dollars to people who developed ovarian cancer or mesothelioma after using J&J's talc products.
E-cigarette batteries can explode without warning, causing serious injuries like third-degree burns. One lawsuit resulted in $2 million for the victim.
Former asbestos manufacturers have paid multimillion-dollar settlements for exposing workers to the dangerous mineral, which causes mesothelioma.
Companies violate the TCPA (Telephone Consumer Protection Act) by illegally contacting consumers. This has resulted in multimillion-dollar class action settlements.
Furniture accidents send tens of thousands of children to the ER every year. Victims have filed lawsuits against manufacturers, recovering millions in settlements.
The energy drink industry faces mounting litigation due to side effects and deceptive advertising. There is a strong precedent for settlement in these cases.
Billions of dollars have been awarded to victims of terrorist attacks, who may now seek justice against any foreign government that emables these acts of terrorism.
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