E-cig battery explosion cases on the rise

We are handling cases involving e-cigarettes. In addition to concerns about toxic chemicals associated with the devices, we are currently investigating cases involving severe injuries caused by exploding e-cigarette devices and exploding e-cigarette batteries. These explosions have been linked to faulty e-cigarette products, defective lithium-ion batteries, and insufficient warnings for users. With few regulations to ensure their safety, e-cigarette devices have been aggressively marketed and

By | February 7th, 2018|Personal Injury, Product Liability|

Penn & Seaborn Winter 2018 Client Newsletter

Learn more about the current cases we are working on, recent verdicts and settlements, and more in our Winter 2018 Client Newsletter.Subscribe to our Free NewsletterThe Penn and Seaborn Client Newsletter is a free quarterly newsletter designed to help keep you informed of important consumer safety issues. Subscribe Today

Penn & Seaborn Spring 2017 Client Newsletter

Spring is upon us. Stay safe this spring with our tornado safety tips and learn more about the current cases we are working on such as e-cigarette exploding batteries, IVC filters, Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT), Xarelto and moreAlso learn about recent verdicts and settlements, and more in our Spring 2017 Client Newsletter.Subscribe to our Free NewsletterThe Penn and Seaborn Client Newsletter is a free quarterly newsletter designed to help keep

Takata guilty in air bag scandal; ordered to pay $1 billion in penalties

Japanese auto parts maker Takata pleaded guilty to fraud Monday and agreed to pay $1 billion in penalties for concealing an air bag defect blamed for at least 16 deaths, most of them in the U.S. The scandal, meanwhile, seemed to grow wider when plaintiffs' attorneys charged that five major automakers knew the devices were dangerous but continued to use them for years to save

By | February 28th, 2017|Product Liability, Product Recalls|

Missouri jury awards $72M in Johnson & Johnson cancer suit

A Missouri jury has awarded $72 million to the family of an Alabama woman who died from ovarian cancer, which she said was caused by using Johnson & Johnson’s well-known baby powder and other products containing talcum. The civil suit by Jackie Fox of Birmingham was part of a broader claim in the city of St. Louis Circuit Court involving nearly 60 people. Her son

By | February 27th, 2016|Class Action Lawsuits, Dangerous Drugs, Product Liability|

Lawsuit filed on behalf of Montgomery man killed in construction accident

Myron Penn of Penn & Seaborn filed the suit on behalf of David Lee and Shania Renee Mahone, children of victim David Lee White, in Montgomery County today. The defendants are listed as the R.R. Dawson Bridge Co. and Miller Formless Systems.

Montgomery, Birmingham men identified as victims in tragic Montgomery Outer Loop accident

The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office has released the names of the two workers killed in an industrial accident at the Montgomery Outer Loop Project near the Waugh exit off Interstate 85 on Wednesday.