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Defective Product Lawsuits

Man spraying herbicide.

Farmers, groundskeepers, agricultural workers, and others exposed to the herbicide paraquat who are suffering from Parkinson’s disease or are under a doctor’s care for symptoms of Parkinson’s may have grounds to file a lawsuit.

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Woman using a CPAP machine.

Philips has recalled millions of units of its continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP), bi-level positive airway pressure (BiPAP), and mechanical ventilator devices because of possible carcinogenic and toxic effects of a foam used in the devices.

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Close-up of sunscreen being sprayed that may contain benzene.

Some brands of aerosol spray sunscreens have been found to contain benzene, a known carcinogen associated with cancers of the blood and serious blood-related health conditions.

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A pesticide spraying machine working on a farm.

Chlorpyrifos is an insecticide that attacks insects’ nervous systems. Research has shown that humans exposed to chlorpyrifos experience adverse effects. Very young children, babies, and fetuses are particularly susceptible to harm when exposed to chlorpyrifos.

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Liquid mercury.

Many baby food products, including some organic baby foods, have been found to contain high levels of toxic heavy metals. Parents of children fed with those products who have developed neurodevelopmental problems are filing baby food lawsuits.

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Infant holding a bottle of baby formula.

Studies indicate that feeding Enfamil and Similac baby formulas and fortifiers to premature infants may cause them to develop necrotizing enterocolitis, a serious, potentially deadly, digestive condition.

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Farmer spraying the pesticide Roundup

Roundup, the widely used weed killer manufactured by Bayer (Monsanto) is linked to an increased risk of non-Hodgkin lymphoma and its subset lymphomas.

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Abbott powdered infant formulas recalled.

Abbott Nutrition has recalled certain lots of Similac, Similac PM 60/40, Alimentum, and EleCare powdered infant formula because of possible dangerous bacterial contamination.

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A firefighter using AFFF firefighting foam during training.

Firefighters and others who were regularly exposed to AFFF (aqueous film-forming foam) and now have cancer are filing lawsuits against its manufacturers.

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