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Dangerous chemicals which spilled after a CSX train derailment in Ohio last week were being carried in a rail car with a history of problems, according to a new report.
A CSX train has derailed in Willard, Ohio, spilling a flammable chemical that could cause respiratory damage.
More Ohio residents are suing DuPont over alleged C-8 water contamination they say increased the risks of kidney cancer, birth defects and other health problems.
Health agencies linked carbon monoxide alarm checks to Daylight Savings Time in a run up to the winter months, known for increased incidents of carbon monoxide poisoning.
Legionnaires disease killed 5 and injured nearly 40 at an Ohio nursing home, where it was tracked to air conditioning towers and water sources.
H&R Block faces at least two class action lawsuits after botching the filing of hundreds of thousands of tax returns earlier this year and allegedly failing to honor a 100 percent guarantee for their services.
A cluster of cancer cases near Clyde, Ohio has led to a $750 million class action lawsuit against Whirlpool Corp. and others involved with an industrial park that federal environmental experts say could contain cancer-causing agents.
An Ohio jury has determined that GE Healthcare failed to provide proper warnings about the potential side effects of its MRI imaging contrast dye, Omniscan, and ordered the company to pay $5 million to a man diagnosed with a rare, debilitating, and often deadly skin disorder known as nephrogenic systemic fibrosis (NSF).
Lawyers are scheduled to present oral arguments this week to a panel of federal judges over whether all product liability lawsuits filed in U.S. District Courts throughout the country over problems with Mirena IUD birth control should be consolidated for pretrial proceedings before one judge.
A nationwide recall of Grippo’s potato chips has been initiated after it was discovered that the bags may contain small metal fragments, posing a choking, laceration and possible secondary infection risk.