Duke University's star freshman basketball player, Zion Williamson, suffered a knee injury during a game between Duke and North Carolina. The injury seemed to occur when his Nike shoe appeared to tear as he planted his foot. Williamson, thought by many to be a top NBA draft pick, left the game and did not return. This begs the question: if Williamson suffered a career ending injury, could Williamson sue Nike?
Guardrail manufacturer Trinity Industries Inc. settled a product liability case over its allegedly defective guardrails, the day before trial was set to begin in the suit brought by a North Carolina man who lost both his legs in a highway accident.
Fifteen charter bus passengers filed suit following a collision at a train crossing that left forty injured and another four dead. The lawsuit seeks more than $250 million in damages on negligence and product liability claims against the bus, tour, and train companies involved.
The parents of Anton Yelchin-an actor known for his roles in the recent Star Trek movies-have filed a negligence and product liability lawsuit against Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) over the death of their son.
A Massachusetts family has recently been awarded $63 million against Johnson & Johnson after a young girl suffered severe side effects from taking Children's Motrin. The family of Samantha Reckis will ultimately receive $109 million with interest as the injury occurred a decade ago.