CPSC: Every Hoverboard on the Market Today May Be Unsafe

February 20, 2016

When the media caught wind of the dangers of hoverboards last fall, safety advocates everywhere were hopeful that the national attention would protect at least a few consumers and families from personal injury and serious property damage. While some injuries may have been prevented, some alarming numbers from the Consumer Product Safety Commission make it […]

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Breville Pressure Cookers Cause Second Degree Burns, 35,000 Units Recalled

January 2, 2016

Vigilant consumers may remember that December 2014 saw coffeemaker manufacturer Keurig recall several million of its home coffee brewers following complaints that the appliances had caused numerous burn injuries. Now, almost a year to the day, kitchen appliance manufacturer Breville has issued a recall for its Fast Slow Cooker, a home pressure cooker that has […]

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Are Hoverboards the Most Dangerous Gift of 2015?

December 18, 2015

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Ohio Product Liability Lawyer Alert: Massive Drill Recall, 6 Injuries Reported

December 5, 2015

This week Harbor Freight Tools recalled 1.7 million cordless drills after it was revealed that a defect in the devices can lead to overheating. The handheld devices have already been linked to six instances of burns and five reports of damage to property.

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Ohio Product Recall News: Sanofi Recalls All Auvi-Q Injectors, Hundreds of Thousands at Risk

October 31, 2015

This week, French pharmaceutical giant Sanofi-Aventis recalled hundreds of thousands of epinephrine auto-injectors due to a risk of incorrect dosing.  Readers are urged to alert friends and loved ones who may be in possession of an epinephrine injector to review the recall details and exchange their defective units. 

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Ohio Product Liability News: 1.3 Million Bicycles Recalled Due to Injury Risk

October 17, 2015

Thirteen bicycle manufacturers issued a combined recall of approximately 1.3 million bicycles in the U.S. and an additional 250,000 in Canada and Mexico due to a product defect that can lead to serious personal injuries for riders.  Specifically, a release lever on an affected bicycle can come into contact with the bicycle’s front disk break […]

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