Missouri woman sues Walmart | Bryan Dijkhuizen

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The author’s opinion is his own and has no affiliation with the subject matter included. Sources used in this article are the following: Fox2Now and for information about individuals he used Wikipedia.


In recent years, there has been a widespread trend toward closing retail locations, impacting businesses of all sizes.

According to Wikipedia, Walmart is an American global retail organization that operates a network of hypermarkets (also known as supercenters), discount department stores, and supermarkets throughout the United States.

Unlike a significant number of other retailers, Walmart has not initiated any lengthy, widespread store closures.

But now, according to the Nov. 17 article “Missouri woman sues Walmart for failure to warn about dangers of prenatal acetaminophen exposure,” a Missouri woman has filed a lawsuit against Walmart in federal court, alleging that the Bentonville-based retailer has not warned of the dangers of prenatal exposure to paracetamol.

The lawsuit is based on the fact that Walmart failed to warn of the dangers of prenatal exposure to acetaminophen.

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In the article: The lawsuit alleges that acetaminophen was “unreasonably dangerous when taken by pregnant women” and should not have been marketed to pregnant women and that Walmart “failed to warn consumers” about the increased risk for children exposed prenatally to acetaminophen. The filing also alleges that Walmart’s misconduct caused lasting injuries and significant pain and suffering.

It went on to say that Walmart’s carelessness was the cause of her son’s injuries and that was stated in the letter.

In addition, it was stated that the plaintiffs suffered permanent injuries, as well as significant pain and suffering, emotional distress, lost wages and ability to earn, all of which contributed to a lower quality of life.

“Walmart does not manufacture these products. We expect suppliers to provide safe and quality products that comply with all applicable laws, including labeling requirements. We will respond in court if necessary.

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