Subway Chicken Class Action Lawsuit

March 8, 2017

Subway Chicken Class Action Lawsuit

There is potentially a class action lawsuit facing restaurant chain, Subway, over chicken that may, in fact, not be chicken. On the 3rd of March, a lawsuit was entered in the U.S. District Court of Connecticut after news erupted concerning a DNA report that the “chicken” used in Subway’s chicken food products is actually only…

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March 2, 2017

Is Your Explorer Poisoning You With Exhaust?

A federal investigation is focusing on exhaust fumes filling the cabin of the popular SUV, Ford Explorer. Many consumers have complained of a rotten egg smell coming from the back of Ford Explorers. That smell may be more than unpleasant, it may be toxic.    A dash cam video shows Newport Beach, California officer Brian…

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March 2, 2017

Takata Pleads Guilty to Criminal Wrongdoing Over Its Airbags

Sixteen Americans have lost their lives due to defective air bags and now we know what those lives were worth. Japanese auto parts maker, Takata agreed to a $1 billion fine to settle criminal felony charges that the company concealed the defects in millions of air bag inflators over a 15-year period.  The decision occurred…

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June 23, 2009

Asbestos Study in Libby, MT

After many years in the spotlight as a Superfund site, the town of Libby in Montana is getting some much-needed attention in the form of an 8 million dollar federal effort to study the effects of asbestos exposure on local citizens. The Libby Amphibole Health Risk Initiative will include intensive research to document and identify…

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March 6, 2009

Flordia Drywall Lawsuits Also Occurring Across the Country

California is the latest state to notice wallboards that are emitting a noxious sulfur or rotten egg smell from this defective product. It’s a problem that originated in Florida, where high humidity is causing people to move out, their electronics and appliances to corrode, and people coughing and concerned about their health. There may be…

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