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Product Liability Rasansky Law Firm December 30, 2014
Staff September 15, 2016

Answer: If you became sick after eating food at a restaurant, you may have grounds for a lawsuit. With the proliferation of dangerous bacteria such as salmonella and E. Coli in the restaurant industry, we could be one meal away from falling ill due to the negligence of a restaurant or food supplier. Restaurants are obligated…

Staff July 5, 2016

Answer: Takata, the company who produced the defective airbags specified in this massive recall, announced in May of 2015 that they are doubling the number of recalled vehicles in America from 18 million to nearly 34 million. This is by far the largest automobile recall in history, and one of the largest consumer product recalls…

Staff August 6, 2014

Answer: In 2011, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) passed a law prohibiting the sale and manufacture of drop-side cribs. Drop-side cribs are cribs where one or both sides of the crib can be moved up and down for better accessibility. While many parents found the drop sides convenient, drop-side cribs were responsible for…

Staff August 6, 2014

Answer: In October 2012, nine out 24 consumer recalls were for children’s products. Every month, at least one highchair, stroller, or baby seat seems to be recalled. You are right to be concerned. Here are a few tips to help you choose safe gear for your child. Strollers – Strollers are one of the most frequently recalled…

Staff December 28, 2015

Answer: When a person is harmed because of an unsafe or defective item, they may suffer serious injuries and other long-term consequences. These type of injury claims are referred to as “product liability” claims. These claims are usually filed against a manufacturer and/or retailer whose negligence contributed to the injury. Product liability lawsuits commonly involve…

Staff August 6, 2014

Answer: All of the major tire companies, including Goodyear, Bridgestone, Michelin, and Cooper, have all announced defective tire recalls in recent years. And each year in Texas, hundreds of car accidents are caused by tire blowouts, separated treads, belt separations, sidewall defects, and split rims. While some of these accidents may be cause simply by the age…

Staff December 28, 2015

Answer: Did you know that 20 percent of all reported fires are car fires? While there are many causes of car fires, such as poor maintenance or an intentional act, many car fires are caused by a manufacturer defect (or a defective auto part). Defective fuel systems and faulty wiring are two common auto manufacturer mistakes…

Staff September 19, 2016

Answer: Thousands of dangerous products are recalled every year across the country – from cars and tires to toys and baby products to foods and household products. How can you keep track of recent defective product recalls? First, understand that if your car is recalled, the manufacturer should contact you regarding the recall (although it doesn’t always happen). If you’d…

Staff August 6, 2014

Answer: Although it may vary from state to state, there are lemon laws for used cars. Generally, used car dealers must be honest and upfront with any question pertaining to the vehicle. Some states have consumer protection statutes that protect consumers from deceptive acts during the sale. Other states may require the dealership to tell…

Staff August 8, 2014

Answer: The first thing is to stop taking the drug and seek medical help immediately. Be sure to bring the recalled drug with you and tell the doctor where you received the drug. Then it is best to contact a drug injury attorney who can advise you on what potential legal steps to take afterwards.

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