Every week the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recalls a number of products due to injury hazards. At the McMinn Law Firm, we want to keep you and your family up-to-date on some of the most widespread product recalls. If … Continued
It’s no secret anymore that hard plastic packaging known as “blister” or “clamshell” packaging poses a safety hazard to consumers. According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, as many as 6,000 people per year visit emergency rooms due to packaging-related … Continued
Products are recalled in the United States every week, but unfortunately, the news of recalls doesn’t always reach users in time. In an effort to keep our readers safe, we like to provide a monthly round up of the products … Continued
Every year, thousands of people are injured by defective products that shouldn’t have ever been allowed on store shelves. These products usually get recalled, but sometimes people don’t hear about the recall soon enough. To keep you and your family … Continued
Earlier this month, the Consumer Product Safety Commission announced that single-load liquid laundry packets can be harmful to children. Although no recall has been announced, the CPSC urges parents to keep these packets away from children. The liquid laundry detergent … Continued
Over the last two years, a number of high profile accidents and incidents have to led global recalls, lawsuits and congressional hearings about the safety of Toyota’s vehicles and this week, seven insurance companies filed suit against the automaker to … Continued
Trucking accidents are a far too common threat on the roads in Texas, especially since most trucking accidents occur on rural roads. Many of these accidents are due to defective trucking equipment like poor truck maintenance and equipment defects or failures.
Injuries from using these devices occur because most of the machines come with little to no instructions about temperatures or length of treatment time. If a patient leaves the machine on the affected area for too long, that area will become too cold and will slowly be desensitized.