Since the 1990s, lithium-ion (LI) batteries have powered most electronic devices and, more recently, electric vehicles. LI batteries hold about four times the charge of acid batteries. Additionally, LI batteries are easier to recharge and safely dispose of. These batteries
Napoli Shkolnik PLLC
Napoli Shkolnik PLLC Blogs
Latest from Napoli Shkolnik PLLC
FAQs About Traffic Accidents
Since coronavirus hit New York in 2020, the number of fatal traffic collisions has increased significantly. Many people have questions about their rights and responsibilities after a car crash, and we’re happy to answer them. New York personal injury attorneys…
Manufacturer Pulls Tainted Baby Formula Off Shelves
Bacterial infection concerns prompted the maker of Enfamil ProSobee Simply Plant-Based Infant Formula to recall over 145,000 cans of formula.
Targeted cans have the Universal Product Code 300871214415 and an expiration date of March 1 of 2023.
In a statement,…
Listeria Outbreak Prompts Cold Cut Recall
A routine U.S. Department of Agriculture inspection found dangerously high levels of listeria in several processed Italian meat products.
Daniele International, the company that makes Boar’s Head, Colameco’s, and several other kinds of Italian sausage, salami, and other cold cuts,…
Breaking Down a FELA Railroad Worker Injury Claim
By the 1870s, railroad construction was in full swing, with approximately 170,000 miles of track being laid between 1871 and 1900. Much of this growth was related to transcontinental railroads.
At the beginning of this construction boom, President Benjamin Harrison…
Roundup Litigation Update, February 2023
A new study confirming the link between glyphosate, the main ingredient in Roundup, and cancer recently appeared in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute.
Roundup/cancer lawsuits began in 2015, when the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on…
Contaminated Hair Care Product Lawsuits Mount
More than fifty women have filed suit against L’Oréal USA, claiming that the company’s hair care products created a higher risk of uterine cancer.
Court records show at least 54 cases have been filed in federal courts across the country…
Philips CPAP Legal Claims Enter New Stage
Defective CPAP Machines About one in four Americans have sleep apnea. At night, their primary airwaves collapse. Mild sleep apnea is basically harmless, while moderate sleep apnea is life-altering. After a bad night of tossing and turning, these individuals have…
All Types of Uterine Cancer Added to 9/11 Illnesses List
The World Trade Center (WTC) Health Program—the body established to pay for medical treatments for injuries and illnesses related to 9/11—has listed all types of uterine cancer, including endometrial cancer, to its list of covered illnesses.
Now, women enrolled in…
Group Uncovers Safety Issues with Dark Chocolate Products
One of the most popular snack items at one of the country’s most popular supermarkets may be tainted with poisonous substances.
According to Consumer Reports, Trader Joe’s, Lindt, Hershey, Dove, and Godiva dark chocolate have dangerous levels of cadmium and…