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COVID-19 Data Tracking, Your Health and Helpful Links

For answers to the most common questions we've received concerning COVID-19 and its affect on your open case, read our blog post: COVID-19 Versus Your Case: FAQs. For general information about the pandemic and what you can do to protect yourself and your family, read our blog [...]
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Talcum Powder Lawsuit Highlights Dangers of Common Products

When it comes to personal care products, consumers naturally assume that manufacturers will have their best interests in mind.
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Sanitize Your Life: Stay Safe Outside Your Home

To help slow the spread of COVID-19, we've all been more conscious of keeping our hands washed and living spaces sanitized. As our communities begin to reopen, it is still VERY important to be mindful of our surroundings and take simple steps to stay safe. Following a few [...]
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5 Tips for Staying Safe on Black Friday

Black Friday marks the beginning of the holiday shopping season. Last year, more than 150 million people were out shopping, and even more are expected this year. Stores will be promoting hot deals on the latest fashions, sports equipment, and the most popular tech gadgets of [...]
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How to Navigate a Roundabout Like a Nashvillian

Put the hot chicken down! In all seriousness, roundabouts can be a little confusing if you're not used to driving in them. As traffic gets more and more congested around Nashville, roundabouts are becoming a less expensive option to regulate traffic, as well as use less energy.
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Voluntary recall of IKEA safety gates after children fall

When parents purchase a toy or child safety device, they expect the product to be entirely safe for their child to use. Unfortunately for many families in Nashville and other areas of the country, dangerous products intended for children still cause injuries and even tragic [...]
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Recall issued after 29 Vornado heaters overheat, melt

It can be easy for Nashville residents to forget that some of the products in their homes are in fact quite dangerous. Although used every day, appliances that rely on electricity or gas can, should they contain a defect, pose substantial risks to those who use them. Because of [...]
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Tattoo ink defect may be more widespread than initially thought

When a design or manufacturing defect is identified, recalls are often issued to prevent consumers from becoming injured. Sometimes the investigations into these problems reveal that these defects are not isolated to one batch or product line. When this occurs, it is important [...]
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Defective firework kit injures 1

The Fourth of July is one of the most beloved holidays in the United States, and many Tennessee families celebrate by bringing together loved ones to enjoy backyard barbeques and play with fireworks. When done safely, using these fireworks is a fun and exciting way to spend the [...]
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Defect in pool sanitation system leads to $23,000 in damage

Those who invest in private pools in Tennessee understand how important it is to keep the water clean. Many opt for automated cleaning systems that tend to the water without too much manual oversight, such as devices that use ultraviolet lights. While these products can be [...]
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