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Category: Products Liability

In January of 2014, a North Carolina man lost both of his legs all because of a guardrail that was supposed to protect him. According to WXYZ Detroit, the man’s vehicle veered off a North Carolina highway and went head-on into a guardrail. That guardrail was supposed to take the impact and slow down the…Read More

Detergent pods have only been on the market since 2010. They have added convenience to homemakers, but they have also made a mark in a negative way. Their bright colors and soft textures make them look like toys or candy, which attracts children like magnets. Since they are filled with highly-concentrated chemicals, children are sustaining…Read More

North Carolina is currently considering a bill that would drastically reform patients’ rights within the state. One of the major components of this bill will limit the liability of drug manufacturers when their products cause unintended results. The bill would restrict the ability of patients to pursue damages if the drug in question had been…Read More

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recently announced a recall of over 10 million Fisher-Price toys, citing concerns that certain products present choking and laceration hazards to young children. Fisher-Price, one of the most trusted manufacturers of toys for young children, is cooperating fully with the recall. Details of the Recall The CPSC recall…Read More