Tag Archives: Restatement of Torts

The Purpose of Strict Liability In Pennsylvania

Do you think it’s fair to ask riding lawnmower manufacturers to pay for the medical care of children injured in riding lawnmower accidents? How about asking meat blender suppliers to compensate people injured by commercial blenders? Neither of these events happen all that often, and the cost would be passed on to consumers, making the question: would you mind paying a little bit more for your lawnmower to set up a fund for children who lost part of their leg, sometimes much more, after being run over by riding lawnmower? How about a little bit more for your hamburger in ... Continue Reading

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Yaz and Propecia Labels Updated; Are They Subsequent Remedial Measures?

As I've written before, anti-consumer legislators and judges have so thoroughly eviscerated claims against pharmaceutical companies that in most states there's only a single claim left: the claim that brand-name drug manufacturers failed to warn about the risks of the drug. As long as the company warned about the risks of the drugs, they're essentially immune from liability, even if the drugs weren't properly tested, even if they were deceptively marketed, and even if the drug didn't perform as promised. (Sometimes state and federal attorneys general can sue over drugs that were falsely marketed, like how Johnson & Johnson was ... Continue Reading

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