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New York Times: It’s Time for a Reckoning on Medical Devices

The New York Times recently published a comprehensive look at how patients suffer when companies and regulators fail to effectively screen or monitor defective medical devices on the market. In the past decade, nearly two million injuries and more than 80,000 deaths have been linked to faulty medical devices, many approved with little to no clinical testing, according to a global...

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Defective ZF Airbags Affecting Millions of Toyota, Hyundai and Kia Vehicles

A class action lawsuit has been filed on behalf of consumers in the U.S. against Hyundai, Kia, and ZF-TRW Automotive for fraud and concealment of a deadly airbag safety defect affecting 12.5 million vehicles. The National Highway and Traffic Administration estimates that more than 12.5 million vehicles may be affected and contain a defective airbag control unit. This airbag...

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Cory Watson Attorneys File “Chevy Shake” Lawsuit Against General Motors

Cory Watson Attorneys has filed a class action lawsuit against General Motors (GM) claiming the automotive giant knowingly concealed a known defect from its customers. The defect, widely known as the “Chevy Shake,” causes certain GM vehicles to violently shake or consistently vibrate at high speeds. The suit, filed by plaintiff Douglas Weiss, claims the shaking is caused by defective...

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Nissan’s Brake Problems Continue, Recalls 86,000 Nissan Murano SUVs

Having your brakes fail while driving can be a terrifying experience. Car accidents caused by bad brakes result in serious, life-threatening injuries for everyone involved, and manufacturers are often quick to blame the driver instead of their defective brakes. Unfortunately, thousands of these faulty brake systems may have been installed in 2009 Nissan Murano SUVs nationwide. And this isn’t...

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DuPont C-8 “The Devil We Know” Documentary Now Streaming on Netflix

A new documentary available for streaming on Netflix, “The Devil We Know,” is a terrifying and eye-opening look into one of Cory Watson Attorney’s recent success stories – the DuPont C-8 litigation. Cory Watson Attorneys took a leading role in the C-8 litigation involving chemicals that DuPont used in Teflon production. Cory Watson Principal Jon C. Conlin was appointed...

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Cory Watson Verdict Named to CVN’s Top 10 Most Impressive Plaintiff Verdicts of 2017

A $25 million verdict against automotive giant Nissan North America over faulty brakes in passenger vehicles was named the third most impressive plaintiff verdict in 2017 by Courtroom View Network (CVN), a news organization that webcasts high-stakes civil trials. The news organization covered a variety of litigation to compile its Top 10 list, including product liability trials, medical malpractice...

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Lives in the Balance: Feature by BHM BIZ

Not only was a $25 million verdict against Nissan a big case for Cory Watson Attorneys, its impact changed lives. “A jury in Los Angeles returned a $25 million verdict for three plaintiffs against Nissan in a lawsuit blaming faulty brakes for a car crash that killed three victims. The crash that occurred at an intersection in Hollywood involved...

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Unfairness in Proposed Class Action Law: New Bill Would Hurt Consumers Across the Country

The United States Senate will vote on the mistitled “Fairness in Class Action Act of 2017,” H.R. 985, a bill that passed the House of Representatives by a vote of 220-201. The bill was sold by its sponsor, Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.), as a way to “assure fair and prompt recoveries for class members and multidistrict litigation plaintiffs with...

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