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Blog Posts in January, 2013

  • Columbia Sportswear Jackets, Mattress Cloud Mattresses Recalled Over Burn Injury Hazards

    It is important that fabrics and other materials that are sold to consumers do not pose a fire hazard or burn injury risk to them. There are even flammability standards that manufacturers must make sure their products meet. Failure to do so can cause serious injury, especially when the material belongs to a consumer good that is in direct contact with human skin. In the past week, the Consumer ...
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  • Toyota Settles Utah Sudden Acceleration Case Over Two Wrongful Deaths

    In what is the first of hundreds of personal injury and wrongful death cases seeking damages from Toyota Motor Corp. over sudden unintended acceleration car crashes, the automaker has reached a settlement agreement with the loved ones of Paul Van Alfen and Charlene Jones Lloyd. Van Alfen’s wife and his son, who was Jones Lloyd’s fiancé, also suffered injuries when the Toyota Camry they all were ...
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  • Bugaboo Recalls Strollers for Choking, Fall Hazards and Fisher-Price Recalls 800,000 Rock 'N Play Infant Sleepers Over Mold Exposure Hazard

    We’re only halfway through January and already, at least two known infant product manufacturers have recalled products because they may be hazardous to babies. If your child was injured because of a defective or dangerous product, do not hesitate to contact The Gilbert Law Group® and ask to speak with one of our child injury lawyers today. Rock ‘N Play Sleeper On January 8, Fisher-Price Inc. ...
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  • Montana Supreme Court to Hear Playground Accident Lawsuit Over 8-Year-Old's Head Injury

    The Montana Supreme Court says that the mother of an 8-year-old daughter who sustained a severe head injury when she fell off a slide in 2002 is entitled to make her playground accident case, which contends that the city of Miles City should be liable for what happened. The court’s decision overturns a lower judge’s decision to dismiss the injuries to a minor lawsuit. The playground slide accident ...
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