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FDA Finds Second Possible Carcinogen in Valsartan Heart Medication

The US Food and Drug Administration has reported finding an additional "unexpected impurity" in three lots of Torrent Pharmaceuticals' recalled blood pressure medication Valsartan. On Sept. 13 the FDA said that three lots of drugs were contaminated by a second impurity called N-nitrosodiethylamine or NDEA. The chemical is a suspected human carcinogen.

Defective car parts lead to recall of General Motors vehicles

Vehicle drivers in West Virginia may be impacted by a recent product recall involving automobiles. General Motors has decided to recall over a million full-size trucks and large sport utility vehicles due to defective car parts. Specifically, officials discovered that these vehicles have a steering issue.

Waterpik toothbrushes deemed dangerous products

Thousands of Waterpik flossing toothbrush users in West Virginia and elsewhere may be impacted by a recent recall of these dental products. Almost 4,000 of these flossing toothbrushes have been recalled. Apparently, these dangerous products have the potential to overheat and cause fires.

Dangerous products include Lorex video monitors

Some consumers in West Virginia might be impacted by a recent product recall involving surveillance video monitors. Specifically, the company Lorex has decided to recall around 22,000 monitors. According to authorities, these monitors are dangerous products because they have the potential to cause burns.

15-Passenger Van Safety

Whether to drive children to daycare, older people to senior citizen events, athletic teams to sporting events, employees in work carpools, congregants to and from their house of worship, or teenagers to youth programs, 15-passenger vans are in high demand and are prevalent on our Nation's roads. However, these cumbersome vehicles can pose a safety risk to inexperienced van drivers and other road users.

Children's cardigans recalled, said to be dangerous products

Consumers in West Virginia who have young children may be impacted by a recent recall of cardigan sweater sets, one of multiple products recently recalled. Certain cardigans made by Carter's are considered dangerous products due to their potential to cause young children to choke. More than 107,000 of these clothing items are affected by the recall.

Off-highway vehicles deemed dangerous products

Products throughout the United States, including in West Virginia, are typically recalled for one of two reasons: They pose a fire threat or are a choking hazard. Recently recalled recreational off-highway vehicles, RZR XP 1000s, fall under the first category. About 10,000 of these dangerous products have been recalled due to their potential to cause burns.

When a Manufacturer is Responsible for Personal Injuries

Accidents and injuries happen all the time. Some of them aren't caused by the person or people directly involved -- they're caused by a defective product. Negligent drivers cause most vehicle accidents, but one could be caused by a defective part in the car. Lawsuits covering situations where a defective product caused property damage, physical injuries or deaths are known as product liability lawsuits.

Vtech rattles considered dangerous products

Consumers with young children in West Virginia may be impacted by a recent product recall involving baby rattles. Specifically, Vtech's Shake and Sing Elephant rattles are being recalled because they pose a choking hazard. Around 280,000 of these dangerous products are part of the recall.

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