645,000 Vehicles Recalled by Toyota

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Major automobile corporation, Toyota, just announced that they will be recalling 645,000 vehicles across the globe in response to an issue with possible airbag deployment during a car accident. The defect that was found in the airbag systems could prevent the airbags on the sides or front of the vehicle to activate. It is important … Continued

Beware of Faulty Solar Eclipse Glasses

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Today, parts of the United States will be subject to a total solar eclipse, which is a once in a lifetime experience for most. Though New Jersey won’t be under the total eclipse, there will still be a significant amount of coverage and still very exciting to experience. That being said, it is incredibly important that … Continued

Rutgers says possible link between hair dye and breast cancer

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Researchers at Rutgers just announced their results of a study that show yet another commonly used product that may result in cancer. This time, it’s hair dye. The study assessed 4,285 women who have breast cancer diagnoses throughout New York and New Jersey. The results showed that many of these women used hair relaxers and … Continued

NJ HESAA under fire for bribing students for reviews

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Students from all over New Jersey obtain their state student loans through the Higher Education Student Assistance Authority, or HESAA. In 2016, it came to light that this agency was bribing students with flash drives to review the loan company on Google. This is not the first time that HESAA has been in trouble recently, … Continued

55,000 Women Bring Lawsuit Against Johnson & Johnson

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Johnson & Johnson has been a trusted name in household goods for generations and is now recently under fire for a number of different problems caused by products used by women. For years, it was engrained in the minds of women across the country that Johnson & Johnson makes the most trustworthy products that are the best … Continued

Consumer Protection Warranty Laws

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There are many situations in which a company will promise a warranty but when a consumer goes and tries to act on that warranty due to a faulty product, they are surprised to find that the terms and conditions don’t cover it. What many consumers don’t consider is whether the warranty itself is legal and … Continued

What should I know about class action lawsuits?

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When a consumer purchases a product, they assume that the product will work as expected and they will get exactly what they paid for. However, this is not always the case and sometimes there will be a product defect either in the design or in the manufacturing of the product. In many situations, the issue impacts … Continued

What is the NJ Used Car Lemon Law?

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Buying a car is a major purchase and many times, you will have that car for years down the road. You rely on your vehicle to get you from point A to point B without any trouble. Unfortunately, some cars are doomed from the start, which is never what anyone wants. Some dealerships may knowingly … Continued

Talcum Powder Linked to Ovarian Cancer

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One of the most commonly used household products by families throughout Americans is talcum powder, also known as baby powder. Recently, studies have shown that women who have often used talcum powder throughout the course of their life are more susceptible to ovarian cancer. Because the study is relatively new, there is still a lot … Continued

Am I Protected by the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act?

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The New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act protects anybody who buys anything. If you buy a service, if you buy a product, if you’re a business and you buy it for your own use; if you bought 4,000 reams of copy paper for your office and the paper was defective, you’re protected by the Consumer Fraud … Continued