Does a Recall Protect a Company from Liability?

Recall word in red grunge style stamp to illustrate a defect in a product being called back for fix or repair to reduce risk of danger or injury

Millions of medical devices, consumer products, vehicles, medications, and more are recalled yearly. Some of these are defective by design, poorly produced, or contaminated. Others are missing proper warning labels, contain faulty or incomplete instructions, or have become dangerous through other means. Regardless of the underlying cause, companies tend to issue recalls to protect people from injury …

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What are the Leading Causes of Traumatic Brain Injury?

Traumatic Brain Injury

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) can profoundly impact every aspect of a victim’s life. Long-term consequences of TBI include mood swings, memory and concentration problems, depression and anxiety, sensitivity to light and sound, chronic headaches, and visual problems. Balancing difficulties, reduced language skills, seizures, and paralysis may also accompany TBI. So too might uncontrollable urges, including …

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Drowsy Driving Prevention Week

Drowsy Driving

Drowsy driving is impaired driving. November 7th – 13th is set aside to remind drivers of just that. Drowsy drivers cause an estimated 100,000 police-reported motor vehicle accidents every year. Annually, approximately 50,000 of these accidents result in injuries. And around 800 more result in fatal injury. Drowsy driving is like driving drunk. Studies have found …

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Pedestrian Accidents on Halloween

Children Trick or Treating

No one deserves to be struck by a car while walking down the street. Unfortunately, these things happen with alarming frequency during certain parts of the year, notably times when more children are out and about, such as before and after school, and on special occasions like Halloween. Why the Spike? As tragic as this …

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Eye Protection on Construction Sites

Welding with Eye Protection

Working at a construction site ranks among the most dangerous occupations in the world. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that each day, around 2,000 workers seek medical attention due to an eye injury. That underlines the significance of wearing protective eyewear on the job site to shield workers from existing eye …

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Five Tips to Prevent Fires

Fire and embers

Fire prevention week runs from October 9th through the 15th this year, and learning how to avoid accidentally creating a fire within your home is crucial. Fires are dangerous and can cause bodily harm and massive damage to your home or workplace. Avoid starting a fire by following these five tips to prevent fires: Make …

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Workers’ Compensation vs. Personal Injury: Which is Right for You?

Workmans comp or Personal injury

When you suffer an on-the-job injury, you may have the option of filing a workers’ compensation claim. However, unlike nearly every other state in the nation, Texas does not require businesses to carry this no-fault insurance, meaning it may not be an option at your workplace. Supposing workers’ comp is an option, approved claims will provide …

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