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April 2014 News

Man claims a braking defect in his GM car caused accident

Motor vehicles were once a rarity, but nowadays you would be hard-pressed to find a Nashville household that does not own at least one car. With this ubiquity comes an increasing awareness of the safety issues that accompany the use of these machines. Many modern cars feature [...]
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11 injures tied to recalled tool chest

Many Nashville residents are fans of DIY work around their homes, and trust that the tools and accessories they purchase to help them complete these projects are safe. However, sometimes these products can suffer from a manufacturing or design defect that makes them dangerous to [...]
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Lobbyists seek to increase the size and weight of large trucks

Tractor trailers traveling upon our interstate highways weigh up to 80,000 pounds. The size and weight disparity between large trucks and passenger vehicles means that, in a truck driving accident, passenger vehicle occupants will often suffer serious injuries and possibly death.
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Fireplace products explode due to defect

On cold winter nights, many Nashville residents love to snuggle up near their fireplaces with their families. Although most people have become accustomed to the idea of using fire, gas and electricity throughout their homes, the truth is that appliances that rely on these energy [...]
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Generic makers oppose FDA rule, fear product liability

A large portion of people in Nashville rely on prescription and over-the-counter drugs on daily basis, so it can be very important for drug companies and federal agencies to keep the public informed about any potential risks that have been linked to these products. Many would [...]
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9 incidents of children entangled in IKEA bed canopies

Securing their children's safety is probably one of the biggest priorities in Nashville parents' lives. This can be difficult, especially when children reach school age and begin to engage in activities without parental supervision. However, most parents likely feel confident [...]
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