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Tesla’s Loose Caliper Bolts Led to Recall of About 6,000 Vehicles

Defective car parts cause deaths, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord damage, amputations, broken bones, and other serious injuries. Car manufacturers must never place profit before the safety of the public. The families of deceased victims and injured traffic victims have the right to file a product liability lawsuit against manufacturers who make defective parts if…

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Recall Issued for all Peloton Treadmills After CPSC Warning

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), an independent federal regulatory agency created to protect the public against the risk of injury and death from unsafe consumer products, recently issued a warning regarding a model of the widely popular Peloton exercise machine after investigating reports of a child killed in an accident involving a Peloton…

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Amazon Continues to Evade Liability for Dangerous Products

In the ongoing liability battle that varies from state-to-state as to whether Amazon owes any duty to protect its customers, a federal judge in Illinois ruled that the retail giant won’t be held responsible for injuries caused by defective products sold on the website. This doesn’t look like it’s going to be a well settled…

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Dangerous Gender Reveal Parties Can End in Injury

Anticipating the arrival of a baby is an exciting time. While some parents-to-be still opt to be surprised at the sex of the baby, others have jumped on the bandwagon of gender reveal parties. These gatherings to announce and celebrate that you’re expecting a boy or girl have grown in popularity to the point where…

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What You Should Know About the Danger of Paragard’s IUD

For years, women had few options for birth control. As that has changed over time, women have selected their preferred methods of contraception, but there are still limited options depending upon their birth control of choice. This can place women in danger of becoming seriously hurt due to long-term problems with a single form of…

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About the Georgia COVID-19 Pandemic Business Safety Act

After nearly a year of dealing with the coronavirus pandemic, most of us are getting used to taking safety measures such as wearing masks everywhere we go. Whatever your safety routine includes, we all have become keenly aware that nothing is foolproof when it comes to avoiding COVID-19. That said, we still must go on…

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A Mother’s Tragic Warning About Boats & Carbon Monoxide

The state of Georgia and its many parks offer a variety of waterways and lakes for boating and other recreational activities. However, boating can be dangerous and cause serious accidents and injuries. Although most people don’t think about carbon monoxide poisoning as a boating risk, an Oklahoma mother is sounding the alarm after losing her…

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