Category Archives: Products Liability

  • Drug recalls occur when a drug manufacturer or the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) decides that drug is unsafe for public use. This could be due to dangerous side effects, newer and safer alternatives or widespread misuse of the drug. Recalls are classified per the severity of the potential dangers the product poses. The… Read More »

  • All medicines must pass stringent safety and effectiveness tests before they hit the shelves or are available via prescription. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) oversees these tests. In the event a medicine is found to be defective or harmful, the FDA may issue a recall if the manufacturer does not voluntarily perform the… Read More »

  • Blue Bell Creameries recently announced it was recalling certain flavors of ice cream made at its plant in Sylacauga, Alabama, due to a possible listeria infection. The company blamed the problem on chocolate chip cookie dough from a third-party supplier, the Iowa-based Aspen Hills, Inc. However, since this announcement, Aspen Hills has retorted that it… Read More »