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What to Do If a Manufacturer’s Defect Caused My Injury?

When you buy any product with your hard-earned money, you expect it to work, and you expect it to be safe. While there are consumer advocacy groups working to keep unsafe products off shelves, there are still many products available for sale that haven’t been carefully vetted.

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Social Media Following an Accident: The Do’s and Don’ts

Social media is ubiquitous today, with people of all ages having multiple accounts to share ideas and experiences while keeping up with friends and family. In many cases, social media can seem like a harmless way to spend your time, but social media awareness is important for any plaintiff in …

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Types of Defective Product Claims

Consumer awareness of defective products has increased due to several high-profile defective product cases and recalls. Despite repeated efforts to ensure consumer products are safer than ever, customers continue to be injured by dangerous products, which make their way to store shelves. You may have previously been notified of a …

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OSHA Safety Violations

The Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) has been working to keep workplaces safe since 1970. A part of that mandate has been publishing the most common safety violations, as well as pursuing unsafe employers. The seven most common OSHA violations in the workplace are:

  1. Lack of Proper Protections to
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What to Do If You Witness a Car Accident

If you witness a car accident, it is natural to want to do something. If you find yourself in this situation, here are a few things you’ll want to do:

  • Keep yourself safe. Don’t run up to the scene of a crash — there is always a risk of fire
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