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Design & Manufacturing Defects

Steps to Take if You Think You’re Affected by a Recall

For the sake of your well-being and those around you, it is essential to stay up-to-date on recently recalled products. Most people think of vehicles when they hear the term “recall” used in conversation, but the products that seem most trivial and inconsequential can [...]
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Proving Fault in a Slip and Fall Accident

Falls happen every day, and most cause little to no injury except to our egos. We tend to get up, dust ourselves off and go about our business. Some of the time though, an injury like a broken bone that comes with hefty medical bills, time off from work, and emotional [...]
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Common Airbag Injuries and What You Should Know

 There’s no doubt that airbags save lives. In fact, The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates that airbags have saved 44,869 lives from 1987 to 2015. That’s enough to fill Nashville’s Bridgestone arena — TWICE!
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Dangers of Texting and Driving vs. Drinking and Driving

The risks of driving these days are much higher than they used to be. Not only are we dealing with possibly drunk drivers on the road, but we also have to be aware of “distracted drivers." More specifically, drivers on their phones. The National Safety Council reports that [...]
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Regulations Protecting Children from Small Parts

As any parent knows, young children like to put everything they can find in their mouths. 
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Be Wary of Dangerous Halloween Costumes

Halloween can be one of the most fun times of year! There's trick or treating, costumer parties, pumpkin carving, house decorations and lots of treats. 
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3 Categories of Defective Products

Defective products come in three main varieties, and the type you get can drastically influence the impact it has on you.
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Manufacturing Flaws: How Poor Communication is Often to Blame

While there are many moving parts in the manufacturing process that make mistakes inevitable, there are steps manufacturers can take to greatly reduce the incidence rate of problems. 
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Tips for Protecting Your Children From Potentially Defective Toys

Children have plenty of toys to play with around the home and when in school. What many parents don't think about is the safety of their toys their children are using. 
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What happens if a warrantied product proves to be defective?

Whether you buy a car, television, toaster or children's toy, it most likely comes with a consumer warranty. While it's commonplace for new products we all purchase to be covered by a warranty, items that you may buy used may also be covered by extended warranties. Even if an [...]
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