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Blog Posts in July, 2012

  • Some Beauty Products May Be Bad For Your Looks, Body, and Health

    Unfortunately, some makeup products may do more than enhance the wearer’s looks and not in a good way. Cosmetic defects can cause serious reactions or injury to the body that may permanently damage a user’s health and physical appearance. Examples of some cosmetic defect injuries: • Eyesight loss • Skin problems • Physical pain • Emotional trauma • Toxin-related illnesses • Other health issues ...
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  • CPSC Sues Maker of Buckycube and Buckyballs Magnet Desk Toys Because Products Are Continuing to Harm Kids

    The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission is suing Maxfield & Oberton Holdings LLC via an administrative complaint contending that the manufacturer’s Buckycubes and Buckyballs desk toys contain a defect in design, warning, packaging, and directions, which make them potentially harmful to people. Meantime, several retailers, at the CPSC’s request, have voluntarily agreed to cease selling both ...
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  • When Playgrounds Become A Dangerous Place for Kids

    While it would be nice to think of playgrounds as a safe haven where kids can have fun, this isn’t always the case. Unfortunately, each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, over 156,00 children end up getting hurt in playground accidents. Our child injury lawyers are familiar with these incidents and the harm they can cause. Common causes of playground accidents: • ...
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  • Golf Cart Accident Lawsuit Involving New Hampshire Traumatic Brain Injury Victim Goes To Trial

    Six years after a fall from a golf cart left Roderick Jenks with brain damage, he is suing manufacturer Textron for products liability. Jenks, now 53, had been riding on the back of the cart that was being operated by a New Hampshire Motor Speedway employee when he fell out and struck his head on the pavement. At the time, he was volunteering for charity. Jenks suffered a traumatic brain injury ...
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  • Door Latch Defects Can Cause Serious Motor Vehicle Injuries

    According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, over 8,000 people are ejected through the doors of motor vehicles every year because of broken car door latches. This can cause numerous injuries, including abrasions, head injuries, broken bones, spinal cord injuries, and traumatic brain injuries–especially when the vehicle is moving at a fast speed and/or there happen to be other ...
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  • $3 Billion GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceutical Fraud Settlement Also Will Pay Whistleblowers

    GlaxoSmithKline LLC has agreed to pay $3B to settle civil and criminal allegations that it illegally promoted certain prescription medications, engaged in false price reporting practices, and failed to report certain safety information. This is the biggest health care fraud settlement in our country’s history and the largest payment that a drug company has ever agreed to pay. Glaxo has also ...
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