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Recent Posts in Product Liability Category

  • IKEA Recalls More Furniture Over Tip-Overs & Child Injury Risks

    IKEA is again recalling furniture sold in its U.S. and Canadian stores over risks that they can easily tip over and cause child injuries or death. Here are a few details about the recall : WHAT: The latest recall, issued by IKEA and the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) on March 4, 2020, is for IKEA’s KULLEN 3-drawer chests sold at IKEA stores and online at IKEA-USA.com between April 2005 ...
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  • “Trouble in Toyland 2019” Report Warns Parents of Hidden Dangers in Holiday Toys

    The 2019 holiday season is in full swing! Parents all across the country are heading to the mall, department stores, and online retailers to get all sorts of gifts and goodies for their little ones who have been good all year. But what most parents don’t know is that they could be putting their children in danger by purchasing defective and dangerous toys that remain on the market despite their ...
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  • Appeals Court: Amazon Can Be Liable for Third-Party Sellers’ Products

    Amazon.com, the world’s largest e-commerce marketplace, recently received a major blow from a Federal Appeals Court: it can be held liable for defective products sold on its website by third-party vendors. The decision, handed down on Wednesday, July 3, will protect consumers from products Amazon sells, particularly when they face legal dilemmas where there may have little, if any, recourse for ...
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  • Attorney Ronald Grayzel Secures $1.9 Million Jury Verdict

    Levinson Axelrod attorney Ronald Grayzel recently secured a $1,989,000 judgment after a jury returned a verdict for his client for his client who suffered injuries caused by exposure to carbon monoxide fumes. The injuries occurred due to the negligent installation of a generator by defendant Express Automotive and Towing of Metuchen N.J. on plaintiff’s van which she used as part of her ...
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  • Over 4 Million General Motors Vehicles Recalled Over Airbag Risk

    General Motors Co. announced that they were recalling nearly 4.3 million vehicles late last week, over 3.6 million of which are currently in the United States over a software defect. According to the vehicle manufacturer, the sensor module in the affected vehicles run the risk of spontaneously entering diagnostic mode during a crash which can prevent the front airbags and seatbelt pretensioners to ...
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  • What Is a Settlement Conference?

    The vast majority of civil cases are settled before anyone needs to go to trial, most often because all parties involved are able to reach an agreement before the set trial date. One of the most common places these settlements are reached is at a settlement conference. Under New Jersey Courts Rule 4:5B-3 [1] , courts are permitted to conduct a settlement conference in any civil action at the ...
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  • Pacific Cycle Strollers Recalled Over Front Wheel Defect

    Pacific Cycle has recalled approximately 217,600 Instep and Schwinn swivel wheel jogging strollers following reports that the front wheel is at risk of becoming loose and detaching from the stroller during use. The company issued the recall following 132 reports of front wheel failure, which resulted in a reported 215 injuries that included abrasions, bruises, bumps, head injuries, lacerations, ...
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  • Teen Crashes After Allegedly Playing with Snapchat Filter

    While social media popularity rises, so do the potential risks for drivers being distracted on the road. This may have been the case in the most recent accident when a teen was allegedly playing with the “speed” filter on Snapchat before a collision. According to reports, the teen girl and three of her friends were driving when the driver opened the Snapchat app. She was allegedly snapping photos ...
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  • U.S. Government Warns of Hoverboard Dangers

    With the growing popularity of hoverboards, there have been various events that have occurred. These self-balancing devices have now received warning from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission due to the possibility of explosions. The CSPC has already investigated a series of explosions and fires associated with the lithium-ion batteries. The investigations conducted by the CSPC is also ...
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  • Is There Liability For A Store Or Manufacturer If Their Product Injured Me?

    Products Liability is the area of personal injury law requiring a product’s manufacturer and those who sell it to assure their product is safe for its intended purpose and does not cause injuries to its users. The maker of the product and those selling it generally have a legal duty to not place unsafe products into the marketplace. They may be liable for harms caused by an unsafe product where ...
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