New York Toxic Torts Lawyer
Toxic torts are a class of personal injury where a company has created a product that has caused serious and life-changing injuries to a vast number of people. Companies create dangerous chemical combinations in their products and place them in the marketplace. Many customers do not know or understand what danger they are in when using these products. The manufacturers of these dangerous products put profit over people and should be held responsible for the damage they have caused in people’s lives.
The attorneys at Sobo & Sobo are currently investigating companies that have designed and manufactured products that, due to their chemical composition, have caused serious injuries. Listed below you will find the companies we are investigating and detailed information about what problems each product causes along with symptoms. You will also find information about what you should do next if you believe you have been harmed by these products.
Bovine-based baby formulas (those primarily made from cow’s milk) sold by companies Similac and Enfamil (manufactured by Abbott Labs and Mead Johnson Co., respectively) have been found to cause necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC), an intestinal disease that primarily affects premature infants (preemies). Mass tort lawsuits are being filed against these companies and manufacturers for failing to…Read More
Paraquat—one of the world’s most commonly-used herbicides for weed and grass control in the agriculture industry—has recently been recognized by The Center for Disease Control and Protection (CDC) as a highly poisonous pesticide that has a high probability of causing Parkinson’s disease. The severity of its effects depend on the route in which it was…Read More
Roundup has been used by hundreds of thousands of farmers as a weed killer since 1970. Monsanto has manufactured 1.4 billion pounds of Roundup and it has been used in 160 countries around the World. By the year 2007, Roundup was the most popular weed killer in the United States. However, over the past several…Read More