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Product liability news: Raw turkey products making people sick

In Ohio and across the country, many people use turkey as a healthier protein in their meals. The problem is that right now, it may not be as healthy as many people believe. In fact, raw turkey processing companies could face product liability claims in the aftermath of an outbreak of salmonella connected with some of these products.

Even when properly stored, hazardous materials can cause harm

Ohio residents who work in certain industries face more risk of harm than those in other positions. They deal with hazardous materials for which they should receive training in handling. They should also receive information and any necessary training regarding the storage of those items as well.

Patients could end up with hazardous materials in their bodies

Advances in technology help people across the country and here in Ohio live better lives. Medical devices give people another chance at life that they would not otherwise have. When they work well, that is. Unfortunately, there is a chance that the devices implanted in patients' bodies may not have undergone testing in order to avoid hazardous materials from causing harm to them.

Toxic materials could endanger the lives of welders

If you are a welder here in Ohio, you already know that your work comes with significant dangers. One of them occurs when you suffer exposure to toxic materials in welding rods. For example, some rods contain manganese, and the fumes created during the welding process could cause you significant harm.

Products liability news: Infant ibuprofen recalled

Like other parents in the country, Ohio parents do everything they can to keep their children healthy. When they are not, parents try to make them as comfortable as possible and give them the treatment they need in order to recover. In many households, that means giving infant ibuprofen, but right now, that could put a baby in more danger and lead to a products liability claim.

Does the pursuit of a weed-free yard mean using toxic materials?

Different people here in Ohio and across the nation have varying opinions on the company called Monsanto. Of all of its business dealings, the company gained fame by making an effective weed killer that people began purchasing in the 1970s. The problem is that the company's most famous product, Round Up, contains toxic materials.

Dangerous products continue to line store shelves

Can Ohio residents be sure that the goods they purchase are safe? Many people believe that they can trust the government and the companies who manufacture, distribute and sell the products they buy to make sure that what ends up on store shelves is safe. However, some sources wonder how dangerous products continue to make their way into consumers' homes when the Food and Drug Administration and the companies involved issued recalls months prior.

Product liability claims happen when consumers lose confidence

No one is perfect, and people are not the only ones who make mistakes. Companies make mistakes as well, and most consumers here in Ohio and elsewhere understand as long as the companies correct the problems quickly and without anyone being harmed. It is when consumers lose confidence in companies that product liability claims get filed.

Product liability claims could result from defective ladders

Whether an Ohio resident owns a home or a small business, a ladder may come in handy. Most people take care when climbing ladders since they are cognizant of the fact that if they fall, it could result in serious injuries, and this is when the ladder functions as intended. When a defective ladder causes serious injuries, it could turn into a product liability claim.

Will product liability claims arise from tainted cleansing foam?

Most stories surrounding patients contracting bacterial infections in hospitals seem to stem from unsanitary conditions such as a nurse failing to wash his or her hands between patients or an orderly failing to thoroughly disinfect a room. Few Ohio residents would think that a no-rinse, cleansing foam used for bathing patients after surgery would be a source of bacterial infections. Unfortunately, one such product has already led to infections and potential product liability claims.

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