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Florida Condo Was Being Upgraded When It Collapsed

On Thursday, June 24, a condo in Surfside, Florida suffered a “pancake” collapse – where the collapse starts at the top and continues straight through to the ground floor – killing one resident, injuring 10, and leaving 99 residents unaccounted for thus far. The pictures coming out of the Miami-Dade area are apocalyptic looking: an…

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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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Rental Trucks and Trailers – Accidents Waiting to Happen

Rental truck companies (like U-Haul, Budget, Penske, or Enterprise) provide easy access to moving trucks and vans for people who are moving to a new home or apartment, or just need to move a bunch of stuff at one time. Big-box home improvement stores like Home Depot and Lowe’s provide hourly vehicle rentals to transport…

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Words Matter When It Comes to Safety of Autonomous Vehicles

The phrase “self-driving car” may conjure the ability to check email, read, get some work done, or even indulge in a morning coffee and bagel, all while safely riding to work. It’s a dream come true to get some of that time back every day, especially for workers with long commutes. Unfortunately, that terminology is…

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Who’s at Fault in a Parking Lot or Parking Garage Crash?

Parking lots can offer some of the most chaotic driving situations you’ll ever encounter – if you’ve gone shopping on Black Friday, you know what we mean. Even with a low speed limit, accidents in parking lots and parking garages can end in tragedy, especially for pedestrians and small children. Whether it’s a parking lot…

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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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When a Breech Birth Causes Injuries

In a conventional labor and delivery, the baby is born head first. However, some babies settle into what’s called the “breech” position, where the feet and/or buttocks are set up to enter the birth canal first. A breech birth is considered high-risk, as the baby has a greater potential to become wedged or stuck in…

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