Tyson Chicken Nugget Recall & Texas Products Liability Law

Tyson Foods, Inc. recently issued a recall of 132,520 pounds of pre-cooked chicken nuggets. According to their release, some of the 66+ tons of Panko Chicken Nuggets involved in the recall contain pieces of hard plastic within their processed pieces. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety Inspection Service is helping to circulate the Class […]

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What Do I Do if I’m Injured by a Power Morcellator?

A common but highly-unwelcome occurrence for women is the development of uterine fibroids, small generally-benign tumors that cause considerable pelvic and abdominal pain, getting worse as they grow. Uterine fibroids occur when muscle tissue in the uterus begins to grow abnormally, though science is not yet certain of the reason for this ailment. Fibroid tissue […]

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Electronic Data Logging Controversy

Despite Court Case: Electronic Truck Logs Very Likely

Earlier this week we chronicled the potential Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) electronically-enforced national truck speed limit, which pitted the American Trucking Associations (ATA) and the FMCSA against the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association (OOIDA). That doesn’t appear to be the only controversy where the ATA and OOIDA find each other on opposite sides of […]

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two people targeted by a mosquito

Can People Seek Compensation for Zika Infections?

By now I’m sure you’ve heard that term; Zika is the latest mosquito-borne disease to strike fear into our hearts, following the grand tradition of West Nile, yellow and dengue fevers, and malaria. While its impact on generally healthy adults seems to be minimal–outside of exceptionally rare cases of Zika-related Guillain-Barre Syndrome–it’s still undoubtedly unpleasant, […]

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Bayer Plans to Buy Monsanto, Anti-GMO and Anti-Vax Go Crazy(er)

The pharmaceutical giant Bayer, Inc. has announced a $66 billion dollar buyout of Monsanto. While this buyout no doubt represents a significant and lucrative investment for the German corporation, it has raised a large battery of objections from concerned “citizen advocacy” groups who have long protested Monsanto. One such entity, the international protest group March […]

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S&W M&P15-22 Danger Sign

Quality Control Issues with Smith & Wesson M&P 15-22?

Leaving aside the meta-issue of gun ownership currently burning its way through the comments section of your favorite social media, I think we can all agree that if a person is to own a firearm, it would be great if that firearm were trustworthy and not prone to surprising “quirks.” Recent reports from Project Appleseed, […]

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A&M Construction Site

Workplace Accident Analysis: College Station, TX

We write a lot about accidents at Grossman Law–not just vehicular crashes, but all kinds. Though I wish I weren’t able to say this, there’s never a shortage of tragedies to report: Product malfunctions, commercial trucking crashes, and workplace injuries happen daily across our nation. Even though our attorneys generally keep the closest eye on […]

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Xarelto and Products Liability

In Light of Xarelto Lawsuits – Here’s a Refresher on Products Liability Law

Most people take for granted that when a defectively designed or dangerous product hurts people, the manufacturer can be held accountable for releasing that product into the marketplace. Most people appreciate (and all enjoy) the fact that our country’s products laws place a burden on manufacturers to create safe products. Nevertheless, a fairly significant minority […]

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