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Manufacturer knew baby powder contained cancer-causing substance

These days, consumers across Connecticut purchase baby powder for any number of different reasons, and if you are among them, you may, like many other women, use the powder to absorb moisture or prevent friction or rashes. You may be endangering yourself by doing so, however, as a recent investigation revealed what many consumers and safety advocates have feared for quite some time: that baby powder contains cancer-causing substances. At Kennedy, Johnson, Schwab & Roberge, L.L.C., we understand that the manufacturer of the product had knowledge of its risks, and we have helped many people who suffered hardship because of defective or dangerous products pursue appropriate recourse.

Parents, remember toy safety this holiday season

There is almost no greater joy for children than opening presents on Christmas morning – and no greater joy for parents than watching their kids enjoy their gifts. However, as we at Kennedy, Johnson, Schwab & Roberge, L.L.C., are aware, not all toys are safe. Some are dangerous even when you and other Connecticut parents are careful about purchasing children’s products that are marketed as safe and age-appropriate.

Determining if a product is defective or dangerous

Connecticut residents love their gadgets, from ATVs to multicookers, electric blankets and smartphones. If the design of your favorite new tech product is defective, it can cause severe or even fatal injuries. At Kennedy, Johnson, Schwab & Roberge, L.L.C., we have experience representing consumers injured as a result of a defect or dangerous products.

Monster Energy Drinks facing wrongful death lawsuit, FDA investigating

Energy drinks have replaced soda in the marketplace and sales rose 17% last year. Energy drinks are becoming more and more popular in Connecticut and nationwide; however, they have also been under scrutiny since being linked to an increased risk of heart-attack. Monster Energy Drink, known for its high doses of caffeine has been cited in 5 deaths and 1 non-fatal heart attack according to recent reports.

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