Wayne Hogan

Practice Areas: Defective Products

Blue Bell Ice Cream is Recalling ALL Its Products for Listeria

For weeks, Blue Bell Creameries have been recalling various varieties of its products off the shelves for Listeria contamination. The company has now announced that it is recalling its entire line of ice cream, frozen yogurt, sherbet and other frozen snacks because they all may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. After the company conducted an […]

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Are You Having Arsenic with Your Wine?

A class action lawsuit has been filed in California against 28 wineries because their wines have dangerous levels of Arsenic. Approximately 1,300 bottles of wine were tested and 83 revealed high levels of inorganic Arsenic. The testing was done at Beverages Grades  in Denver and the results were confirmed by two other labs. The results […]

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Kraft Recalls 242,000 Cases of Mac & Cheese for Metal in Product

Kraft Foods is recalling approximately 242,000 cases of its Macaroni & Cheese Dinners because they could contain pieces of metal. The recall is for over 6.5 million boxes. Kraft spokewoman Joyce Hodel said “We believe a piece of stainless steel got wedged in a metal piece of equipment, which may have generated friction that resulted […]

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Dream On Me Recalling Baby Bassinets

13,000 bassinets are being recalled because babies could fall out or get trapped. The “Dream On Me” bassinets’ side supports could come apart. The products were sold online between May 2012 and October 2014. If you have this bassinet, you should stop using the product and contact the company for a free repair. Bassinet (439A, 439B, […]

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Toxic Levels of Formaldehyde In Lumber Liquidators’ Laminate Flooring

By: Leslie Goller and Wayne Hogan Laminate flooring made in China for Lumber Liquidators has failed California emission standards on levels of formaldehyde, a known carcinogen. California Air Resources Board (“CARB”) is currently the only regulator of composite core emissions. Current CARB standards for formaldehyde are 0.05 parts per million or less. On July 7, […]

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Attorney General’s Investigation Reveals Contaminated Store-Brand Supplements

Caveat Emptor- Buyer Beware! Store-brand herbal supplements may not be what their labels claim to be. This is not only deceptive advertising, but also a health risk. New York’s Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman, has conducted an investigation of six different herbal supplements (Gingko Biloba, St. John’s Wort, Valerian Root, Garlic, Echinacea, and Saw Palmetto) sold […]

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Honda Has Been Fined $70 Million for Not Reporting Deaths and Injuries

Honda has agreed to pay a record $70 million fine for failing to report over 1,700 deaths and injuries to consumers in its vehicles. Federal officials made clear that “The announcement sends a very clear message to the entire industry that manufacturers have responsibility for the complete and timely reporting of this critical safety information. […]

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More Cars Added to the Takata Air Bag Recall

As of today, almost 8 million Takata airbags have been recalled from 10 different automakers because of airbag defects due to the possibility for flying metal shards when they deploy. Hundreds of injuries and at least five deaths have been reported as a result of the airbag defects. Takata claimed the airbag problems were only […]

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Keurig Recalling Over 7 Million Machines After Burn Injuries

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission is recalling millions of Keurig’s Mini Plus Brewing Systems due to concerns that water that can overheat during the brewing process, spraying out and burning consumers. There have been approximately 200 reports of hot liquid spraying from the brewer, including 90 complaints of burn-related injuries. For details about the […]

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