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Tag Archives: injury

Motorists affected by massive recall

By John Willis |

Tennessee residents may be affected by a recent update to an air bag recall for Honda vehicles. On March 19, Honda announced that 105,000 vehicles would be added to the active recall after U.S. regulators determined that there may be Accords from 2001, Civics from 2004 and Pilot SUVs from 2008 that possess the… Read More »

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Manufacturer settles federal Tylenol case

By John Willis |

Tennessee residents might be interested in learning more about a recent case involving the manufacturer of a children’s Tylenol product pleading guilty for an issue involving metal particles. On March 10, a subsidiary operating under Johnson & Johnson pleaded guilty to federal criminal charges because the liquid Tylenol product was found to contain particles… Read More »

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Representing people injured by defective products

By John Willis |

People in Tennessee who have been injured by a dangerous or defective product do not have to suffer alone. At our law firm, we help people who were injured by unsafe products to hold the product manufacturers accountable for their negligence. With over 60 years of combined legal experience, we are prepared to help… Read More »

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90 reported injured by hot beverage brewers, recall announced

By John Willis |

Tennessee residents who enjoy the ease and convenience of preparing their morning coffee or afternoon tea with a personal beverage-brewing machine may be interested in knowing that the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission announced the recall of more than 6.6 million brewing systems on Dec. 23. According to reports, the Keurig Green Mountain Mini… Read More »

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Study looks into toy-related injuries with children

By John Willis |

Tennessee residents may be interested to learn about the prevalence of toy-related injuries in the United States. According to information that was analyzed by the Center for Injury Research and Policy at the Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, over 3.2 million kids visited the emergency room for toy-related injuries between the years of… Read More »

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Faulty guardrails could be cause of several car accident deaths

By John Willis |

Recent fatal guardrail crashes in Tennessee could be the fault of a design change initiated without the approval of the Federal Highway Administration. A whistleblower reported that Trinity, the company that produces most guardrails on highways, modified the design specifications of their guardrails. This may have been the cause of a death in Campbell… Read More »

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Causes of rollover accidents and how to avoid them

By John Willis |

Tennessee residents may be interested in a Consumer Reports article regarding rollover accidents, which result in high fatality rates for those riding in a passenger vehicle. Although approximately 3 percent of crashes are rollover accidents, statistics indicate that 30 percent of people involved in these types of wrecks are killed. The vehicles more prone… Read More »

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NHTSA urges air bag maker to do more

By John Willis |

Tennessee residents who own a 2013 or 2014 Nissan or General Motors car or truck may have faulty, and potentially dangerous, air bags in their vehicle. The two manufacturers have sent out over 30,000 recall notices to customers who own vehicles with air bags made by Takata Corp. More than 17 million vehicles have… Read More »

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Important facts about dangerous products in Tennessee

By John Willis |

The Consumer Product Safety Commission issues many recalls each year for the safety of the consumers. Thanks to this large number of recalls, many consumers experience “recall fatigue,” meaning that they simply pay no attention to any recalls any more. Most recalls originate with a consumer complaint or report of an injury caused by… Read More »

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Tennessee parents should be concerned about beanbag chairs

By John Willis |

Those in Knoxville who own or are considering the purchase of beanbag chairs may want to reconsider. One brand has been recalled after two children died while playing with the chairs. The children, one 13-year-old from MkKinney, Texas, and the other a 3-year-old from Lexington, Kentucky, were able to open the zippers and climb… Read More »

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