CPSC Sues to Protect Infants from Dangerous Baby Loungers

Over the past few years, more and more baby loungers and similar products have been identified as potentially dangerous to infants and babies, due to a risk of suffocation. Some, like The Boppy Company’s newborn loungers and the Fisher-Price Rock ‘n Play…

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What Kinds of Construction Work Are the Most Dangerous?

Construction work is one of the most dangerous occupations in the country. Employees who do road work, home and business construction, landscaping, or other types of construction regularly work with dangerous machinery including bulldozers, trucks, power tools, and scaffolds. Further, construction sites…

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New Treatments for Amputation Injuries

Amputation injuries are life-changing. The amputation of an arm, leg, hand, or foot will automatically lead to some, if not all, loss of function. Many victims will need to relearn skills or require prosthetics or assistive technology in order to live any…

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What Exactly Is a “Pain and Suffering” Award?

In a personal injury case, the injured individual is eligible to seek damages for their injuries and losses through the court system. What this means is that you, as the victim, can request financial compensation for expenses relating to your injuries, like…

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What Are the Signs of Lead Poisoning?

Lead poisoning is the result of lead building up in the body. This can happen over months or years, and the consequences of lead poisoning is especially devastating for children and infants. Even small levels of lead can be harmful to small…

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Motorists Must Slow Down, Move Over – It Is the Law

According to a recent study from the American Automobile Association (AAA), nearly one-quarter of United States motorists are unaware of “Slow Down, Move over” laws in their state – or that they even exist at all. Their research also revealed that even…

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Who’s At Fault for My Parking Lot Accident?

With more and more people getting back to shopping malls and grocery stores, it is more important than ever to be careful in parking lots – especially if you are a pedestrian. Many of us tend to assume that parking lots are…

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Wrong-Way Accidents: How They Happen and How to Avoid Them

When you get behind the wheel of your car, you trust every other motorist to follow the rules of the road and drive safely and responsibly. This trust can be shattered when you are traveling down a one-way road and see headlights…

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Adaptive Driving Beams On the Way for American Cars

If you have ever driven at night and been temporarily blinded by another car’s high beams, we have some good news for you. A provision in the new infrastructure bill legalizes “adaptive driving beams,” a headlight technology already successfully in use outside…

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Honda Piloting Monitoring System to Prioritize Road Repairs

The Honda Research Institute announced a pilot program in Ohio to evaluate a new system using GPS coordinates and sensors to detect and collect road conditions, in an effort to keep roads and highways safer for drivers. Although currently a small program,…

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