Product Liability

Daycares Are Using Deadly Rock ’n Play Sleepers

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Fisher-Price recalled roughly 5 million Rock ’n Play sleepers after reports of 30 deaths involving infants. Recalls help remove dangerous products from circulation. However, parents or child care facilities may continue to use products that put children at risk of death or serious injuries. According to a recent report conducted by Kids in Danger, an …

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What to Do If a Defective Car Part Causes an Accident

Auto defects are one reason why car accidents result in deaths and injuries each year. While automakers must notify vehicle owners of a defective car part by issuing a recall, some vehicles may go without a recall for many months or even years. General Motors failed to issue a recall for its faulty ignition switch …

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Common Automotive Defects That Cause Car Accidents

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Auto accidents injure more than 2 million U.S. drivers each year and kill an additional 35,000 people. However, there are many different causes of car accidents. Drunk driving, distracted driving, speeding and road rage are some of the most common causes. Automotive defects are a special type of case because the defendant is a manufacturer …

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Do Disclaimers Protect Against Product Liability Lawsuits?

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Consumers are typically protected from harm by strict regulations on manufacturing and marketing, but some unsafe products fall through the cracks. When these products end up in the hands of the consumer and cause injury, the manufacturer or designer of the product can be held liable.Manufacturers have a legal responsibility to create safe products. They …

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