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  • Product Recalls:  What You Need to Know
    Product Recalls: What You Need to Know

    Products that cause injuries are a very common news story. These injuries are a result of flaws in products most people assumed to be safe, such as motor vehicle recalls, defects in airbags, bedroom ...

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  • Are we ready for self-driving cars?  Maybe not.
    Are we ready for self-driving cars? Maybe not.

    Are we ready for self-driving cars? Maybe not. A fatal incident in Arizona earlier this year could be a sign that self-driving cars may not be ready for wide-spread use. For now, at least. Earlier ...

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  • Suit Claims Johnson & Johnson Knew of Asbestos in Talcum Powder
    Suit Claims Johnson & Johnson Knew of Asbestos in Talcum Powder

    We have written in this space before about Johnson & Johnson products that have been alleged to cause cancer. Most notably, this includes a most familiar brand for most everyone who has cared for an ...

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  • Potential Hazards in Samsung Smartphones & Antibacterial Soap
    Potential Hazards in Samsung Smartphones & Antibacterial Soap

    At Theodoros & Rooth we feel it is our duty to warn you about product recalls that just may be hazardous to your health. There are dozens of recalls every week; most of them recalled voluntarily by ...

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  • Deadly Dressers - Hazardous Hoverboards
    Deadly Dressers - Hazardous Hoverboards

    One of the missions of the lawyers at Theodoros & Rooth is to warn people about consumer products that have shown to be defective or faulty. These defective products can lead to serious injury or even ...

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  • Big Tobacco Wins One in U.S. Supreme Court Decision
    Big Tobacco Wins One in U.S. Supreme Court Decision

    Earlier this month (June 20) the U.S. Supreme Court tossed out an appeal from Illinois smokers who sought reinstatement of a $10.1 billion class-action judgment in a long-running lawsuit against ...

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