“Blade” Crossbows with Faulty Safety Recalled by Carbon Express

A popular model of crossbow has recently been recalled by its manufacturer after a consumer experienced injury from a misfire. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the manufacturer has issued a voluntary recall after receiving reports that a faulty safety still permits the crossbow to fire when engaged. Obviously this poses a […]

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Brawl in the Mall: An Outbreak of Holiday Violence

I want to look at at an interesting phenomenon that happened on the day after Christmas: On December 26, over a dozen shopping malls suffered large-scale melee brawls on their premises. Boxing Day Mall Brawls December 26th is often a crowded day at the mall; shoppers have an extra day off and no specific plans, […]

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Anthony Lefteris charged in trucker physical scam

Anthony Lefteris and Fraudulent Truck Driver Physicals

While it should have been a shock that federal prosecutors brought charges in early December against an Atlanta chiropractor for falsifying hundreds of truckers’ medical exams, it wasn’t. Over the years, our truck accident injury attorneys have come across cases where we were left wondering how a driver passed their mandatory bi-annual physical. In some […]

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Attorneys Indicted for $6 Million Porn-Piracy Extortion Scam

Ingenuity is by its nature the idea of approaching an issue in a novel manner. The ability to creatively solve problems is invaluable. To take a perpendicular approach to a matter that has stymied traditional methods is sometimes the only way to solve it. Unfortunately, people perceive “problems” differently; for instance, two attorneys recently decided […]

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Don’t Drink the Water: Corpus Christi Industries Leak Chemicals into Public Water System

Ah, Corpus Christi. The brackish water and scorching sands of this Gulf city are often a spot for frolic and tourism around Spring Break. All you need is a tequila-heavy margarita, 2 pints of sunscreen, and a hideously airbrushed tank-top commemorating your visit to “CCTX,” and you can snatch all that up while heading out […]

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Due Process: Cuisinart Issues Large Recall for Faulty Food-Processor Blades

On Tuesday, December 13, Cuisinart issued a nationwide recall after receiving several reports that customers found metal shards in their prepared food. These customers allege that the shards are pieces of their food processor blades, which the official recall confirms can crack and disintegrate over time. Who Makes The Affected Products? Cuisinart is the only […]

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Loose Selection and Enforcement Standards Make Some Truckers Fear Their Own Industry.

Have you heard the expression “one bad apple spoils the bunch?” I know it’s a little folksy, but most people recognize its meaning without too much strain: Take a generally-benign group and introduce an element that is decidedly less so. Over time, this foreign element will corrupt the larger group, and the more the corruption […]

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Playground Equipment Company Recalls 1,300 Units After Slide Defect Injures Children

While no one usually gives a second thought to playground slides, a recent recall thrust the issue of playground safety into the public conversation. Here’s what we know so far and why 1,300 defective slides are subject to a manufacturer’s recall. Who Makes The Affected Products? According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, the […]

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Hello, Operator? FDA Probe Reveals Unreported Medical Device Injuries

The ancient Greek physician Hippocrates is often called “The Father of Western Medicine.” Among his contributions to the medical world are several of its terms and information about how to diagnosed several pulmonary disorders. He is credited as the inspiration for the Hippocratic Corpus (hence its name), which is a series of over sixty lectures, […]

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Volvo Recalls 79,000 Cars and SUVS for Defects in the Seat Belts They Invented

One would think that the company that invents a life-saving product found in millions of vehicles around the world that they would be the last ones to have issues with that product. If one had Volvo and the three-point safety belt in mind, one would be in for a surprise. Whose Cars Have This Problem? […]

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