M ORE L AW
LEXAPEDIA
Salus Populi Suprema Lex Esto

Home
Verdicts
and
Decisions
Search Database
Recent Cases
Cases By Subject
Report A Case
Lawyers
Search Directory
By State & City
Add A
Lawyer Listing
Court
Reporters
Recent Listings
Search
By States & City
Add A Basic
Reporter Listing
Expert
Witnesses
Recent Listings
Search Directory
By State & Expertise
Add A Basic
Expert Witness
Listing
MoreLaw
Store
The Store
Recent Listings
(Search)
Add A Basic
Classified Ad
Links
County Seats
State Links
Information
About MoreLaw
Contact MoreLaw
Products Liability Law
 
Evelyn Irvin Plunkett, et al. v. Merck & Co., Inc.

Evelyn Irvin Plunkett sued Merck & Company for the wrongful death of her husband, Richard "Dicky" Irvin, on a products liability theory claiming that Mr. Irvin suffered a heart attack and died in 2001 as a direct result of taking Vioxx. She claimed that Vioxx was defective and unreasonably dangerous in that it made it more likely that arthritis suffers who took the pain relief drug would devel... More...   $0 (12-13-2005 - TX)

Stevan B. Dalrymple, Individually and as Special Administrator of the estate of Matthew Jordan Dalrymple, deceased v. Harris Waste Management Group, Inc. and IPS Balers, Inc.

Steve Dalrymple, Administrator of the Estate of Jordan Dalrymple sued Harris Waste Management on a products liability theory for the wrongful death of 18-year-old Jordan who was killed when he fell into a paper cardboard baler on August 1, 2002. Dalrymple claimed that the machine was defective and unreasonably dangerous in that it did not have adequate power controls and handrails and that cou... More...   $0 (12-10-2005 - AR)

Savana Thacker v. Kroger Co.

The district court1 ruled that there was insufficient evidence to make it "reasonable and probable" that ground beef produced by ConAgra, Inc., and sold by the Kroger Company, caused Savana Kaylin Thacker's illness. Having jurisdiction under 28 U.S.C. 1291, this court affirms.

I.

ConAgra processes and packages ground beef for sale to grocery stores nationwide. One product is ... More...   $0 (12-04-2005 - MO)

Steve Boren v. Praxair, Viacom, Union Carbide, The BOC Group, Sandvik Inc, and Lincoln Electric

Steve Boren sued Praxair, Viacom, Union Carbide, The BOC Group, Sandvik Inc, and Lincoln Electric on a products liability theory claiming that the welding rods that he used in his work were defective and unreasonably dangerous and that the manganese that they contained caused neurological damage to his nervous system. He further claimed that the defendant manufacturers failed to warn him of th... More...   $0 (12-02-2005 - IL)

Joan Hall-Edwards, individually and on behalf of the Estate Lance Crossman Hall v. Ford Motor Company

The family and estate of Lance Crossman Hall sued Ford Motor Company on a products liability theory for the wrongful death of the 17-year-old boy. They claimed that roll-over accident was caused by the defective design of the Ford Explorer that he was driving and that the defective design make the vehicle defective and unreasonably dangerous.

Ford denied that the Explorer was defective and... More...   $61000000 (11-18-2005 - FL)

Tommie Redmond v. Elaine Socha

On July 4, 2001, near the corner of Ogden Avenue and California in Chicago, the car driven by defendant/cross-plaintiff Socha collided with the rear of a motorcycle driven by plaintiff/cross-defendant Redmond, injuring Redmond and damaging Socha's car. In the litigation that followed, no evidence was presented by either party of any cause or contributing factor other than the alleged negligence... More...   $0 (10-12-2005 - IL)

Family and Estate of Jennifer Garcia v. Ford Motor Company

The family and estate of Jennifer Garcia sued Ford Motor Company on a products liability theory for the wrongful death of the 16-year-old who was killed in a March 2004 accident. They claimed that the 1993 Ford F-150 in which she was a passenger was defective and unreasonably dangerous. The truck in which she was a passenger with her parents hit another vehicle that pulled on the road from a ... More...   $30400000 (10-04-2005 - TX)

Katherin Vaughn, individually and as the administrator of the Estate of Richard Vaughn v. Dunlop Tire Co. and Tee Pee Tire, Inc.

Katherin Vaughn, the 83-year-old widow of Richard Vaughn, sued Dunlop Tire Company and a local repair shop for wrongful death. Richard was killed when the MPV minivan he was driving rolled over several time after the rear tire on the vehicle blew out. Plaintiff sued Dunlop Tire Company on a products liability theory claiming that the tire was defective and unreasonably danagerous. The tire h... More...   $3100000 (09-27-2005 - FL)

Carlos Marroquin and Linda Marroquin Individually and On Behalf of the Estate of Matthew Marroquin, Deceases and As Next Friend of Mikayla Marroquin, a Minor Child et al. v. Ford Motor Company, et al.; In The County Court at Law No. 1, Nueces County, Texas.

Product Liability automotive design/occupant containment, occupant protection, glass and occupant restraint

SUMMARY :

This case arises out of a vehicular collision occurring on May 23, 2004. Plaintiffs Carlos Marroquin, Matthew Marroquin, Deceased; Mikayala R. Marroquin, a minor child; Shelby Salinas, a minor child; Dominga C. Luna; Ramiro Salinas; and Rosita Salinas were passe... More...   $42010877 (09-25-2005 - TX)

Janice Windh and Steven R. Windh v. Patricia Christiansen, Land Rover North America, Inc. and Ford Motor Company

On Dec. 16, 2000, plaintiff Janice Windh, 43, a homemaker and mother of 3, was driving her 1995 Ford Land Rover Discovery on State Route 99 in Fresno when her vehicle was rear-ended at highway speed by Patricia Christiansen, who had fallen asleep whiled driving 60-80 mph. Windh's car was pushed onto the shoulder, where it flipped over four-and-a-half times. As a result, Windh sustained a basila... More...   $0 (09-25-2005 - CA)

Janice Windh and Steven R. Windh v. Patricia Christiansen, Land Rover North America, Inc. and Ford Motor Company

On Dec. 16, 2000, plaintiff Janice Windh, 43, a homemaker and mother of 3, was driving her 1995 Ford Land Rover Discovery on State Route 99 in Fresno when her vehicle was rear-ended at highway speed by Patricia Christiansen, who had fallen asleep whiled driving 60-80 mph. Windh's car was pushed onto the shoulder, where it flipped over four-and-a-half times. As a result, Windh sustained a basila... More...   $0 (09-25-2005 - CA)

Janice Windh and Steven R. Windh v. Patricia Christiansen, Land Rover North America, Inc. and Ford Motor Company

On Dec. 16, 2000, plaintiff Janice Windh, 43, a homemaker and mother of 3, was driving her 1995 Ford Land Rover Discovery on State Route 99 in Fresno when her vehicle was rear-ended at highway speed by Patricia Christiansen, who had fallen asleep whiled driving 60-80 mph. Windh's car was pushed onto the shoulder, where it flipped over four-and-a-half times. As a result, Windh sustained a basila... More...   $0 (09-25-2005 - CA)

Janice Windh and Steven R. Windh v. Patricia Christiansen, Land Rover North America, Inc. and Ford Motor Company

On Dec. 16, 2000, plaintiff Janice Windh, 43, a homemaker and mother of 3, was driving her 1995 Ford Land Rover Discovery on State Route 99 in Fresno when her vehicle was rear-ended at highway speed by Patricia Christiansen, who had fallen asleep whiled driving 60-80 mph. Windh's car was pushed onto the shoulder, where it flipped over four-and-a-half times. As a result, Windh sustained a basila... More...   $0 (09-25-2005 - CA)

Janice Windh and Steven R. Windh v. Patricia Christiansen, Land Rover North America, Inc. and Ford Motor Company

On Dec. 16, 2000, plaintiff Janice Windh, 43, a homemaker and mother of 3, was driving her 1995 Ford Land Rover Discovery on State Route 99 in Fresno when her vehicle was rear-ended at highway speed by Patricia Christiansen, who had fallen asleep whiled driving 60-80 mph. Windh's car was pushed onto the shoulder, where it flipped over four-and-a-half times. As a result, Windh sustained a basila... More...   $0 (09-25-2005 - CA)

Janice Windh and Steven R. Windh v. Patricia Christiansen, Land Rover North America, Inc. and Ford Motor Company

On Dec. 16, 2000, plaintiff Janice Windh, 43, a homemaker and mother of 3, was driving her 1995 Ford Land Rover Discovery on State Route 99 in Fresno when her vehicle was rear-ended at highway speed by Patricia Christiansen, who had fallen asleep whiled driving 60-80 mph. Windh's car was pushed onto the shoulder, where it flipped over four-and-a-half times. As a result, Windh sustained a basila... More...   $0 (09-25-2005 - CA)

Janice Windh and Steven R. Windh v. Patricia Christiansen, Land Rover North America, Inc. and Ford Motor Company

On Dec. 16, 2000, plaintiff Janice Windh, 43, a homemaker and mother of 3, was driving her 1995 Ford Land Rover Discovery on State Route 99 in Fresno when her vehicle was rear-ended at highway speed by Patricia Christiansen, who had fallen asleep whiled driving 60-80 mph. Windh's car was pushed onto the shoulder, where it flipped over four-and-a-half times. As a result, Windh sustained a basila... More...   $0 (09-25-2005 - CA)

Janice Windh and Steven R. Windh v. Patricia Christiansen, Land Rover North America, Inc. and Ford Motor Company

On Dec. 16, 2000, plaintiff Janice Windh, 43, a homemaker and mother of 3, was driving her 1995 Ford Land Rover Discovery on State Route 99 in Fresno when her vehicle was rear-ended at highway speed by Patricia Christiansen, who had fallen asleep whiled driving 60-80 mph. Windh's car was pushed onto the shoulder, where it flipped over four-and-a-half times. As a result, Windh sustained a basila... More...   $0 (09-25-2005 - CA)

Micky Smith, et al. v. Ford Motor Company, et al.

The Family and Estate of Thomas Brown, et al. sued Ford Motor Company on a wrongful death products liability theory claiming that the 2001 Ford Expedition, purchased at Reynolds Ford in Oklahoma City two days prior to a July 26, 2003, crash on U.S. Highway 64 near Raton, New Mexico, that left five people dead, was defective and unreasonably dangerous. The Plaintiffs claimed that the a wheel be... More...   $0 (09-14-2005 - OK)

Family and Estate of Matthew Marroquin v. Ford Motor Company

The Family and Estate of Matthew Marroquin sued Ford Motor Company for wrongful death on a products liability theory claiming that the boy was killed because the the seat belts and the glass on the rear side window of their 2000 Expedition weren't capable of protecting a passenger in a rollover accident. They claimed that the Expedition was defective and unreasonably dangerous to Matthew and th... More...   $42000000 (09-14-2005 - TX)

Terry Staskal and Teressa Staska v. Symons Corporation, et al.

This action arises out of the collapse of two sections of concrete form work that occurred while concrete was being poured to form the fourth floor of the University of Wisconsin-Madison pharmacy building. Terry Staskal, a construction worker employed by the general contractor, Kraemer Brothers, LLC, was seriously injured. He and his wife sued the manufacturer of the concrete forming system, Sy... More...   $23821610 (09-02-2005 - WI)

Carol Ernst, individually and on behalf of the Estate of Robert Ernst v. Merck & Co.

The Widown of Robert Ernst brought a products liability wrongful death claim against Merck & Co. claiming that its non-steroidal anti-inflammatory Vioxx was defective and unreasonably dangerous and caused Mr. Ernst death.

Merck claimed that Mr. Ernst died of clogged arteries rather than a Vioxx-induced heart attack that led to his fatal arrhythmia in 2001.... More...   $253400000 (08-19-2005 - TX)

Estate and Family of Walter Graves Jr. v. Graphic Packaging International, Inc.

The Estate and Family of Walter Graves Jr. sued Graphic Packaging International, Inc. for the wrongful death of Mr. Graves on a products liability theory claiming that the defendant exposed Mr. Graves to asbestosis containing products without warning him of the dangers posed by the asbestosis containing products over a long period of time with the result that he developed mesothelioma (lung can... More...   $4500000 (08-09-2005 - LA)

Joseph Heard v. Government of the District of Columbia, et al.

Under the terms of two settlements announced today, the District of Columbia has agreed to pay Joseph S. Heard $1.1 million, and a private medical service provider hired by the District has agreed to pay Mr. Heard an undisclosed, but significant, additional amount. The awards will be held in a Trust, providing lifetime support for Mr. Heard.

Mr. Heard was illegally held in the D.C. ... More...   $1100000 (08-04-2005 - DC)

Thera Oleta Lavelock, et al. v. Cooper Tire & Rubber Company, et al.

Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. ("Cooper Tire") appeals the judgment entered following a settlement agreement it reached with Rodger and Thera Oleta Lavelock ("Customers") in a products liability lawsuit. This Court, on its own motion, transferred this appeal from the court of appeals prior to opinion. (FN1) Mo. Const. art. V, sec. 10. The judgment, as modified, is affirmed.

I. Background

Coop... More...   $1 (08-02-2005 - MO)

Susan Calles, etc., et al. v. Scripto-Tokai Corporation, et al.

This case presents a straightforward question concerning the reach of tort law. When the defendant designed a product intended to create a flame, it did not incorporate available inexpensive technology to make the product child-resistant. A child got hold of the product and started a fire that led to her sister's death. Should the court consider the design defective because it lacked child-resi... More...   $0 (07-28-2005 - IL)

Next Page

 
Home | Add Attorney | Add Expert | Add Court Reporter | Sign In
Find-A-Lawyer By City | Find-A-Lawyer By State and City | Articles | Recent Lawyer Listings
Verdict Corrections | Link Errors | Advertising | Editor | Privacy Statement
© 1996-2015 MoreLaw, Inc.