Archive for 'Personal Injury'

Is Your Child in the Right Car Seat

Car crashes are the number one killer of children 1 to 12 years old in the United States. The best way to protect them in the car is to put them in the right seat, at the right time, and use it the right way.

There are so many car seat types and models, how do you know which one is right for your child? The right car seat or booster fits your child and your car, and is one you ...

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Patio Bistro Sets at Lowe’s Recalled; Made by Midas Lin Co.

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with the firm named below, today announced a voluntary recall of the following consumer product. Consumers should stop using recalled products immediately unless otherwise instructed. It is illegal to resell or attempt to resell a recalled consumer product.

Name of Product: Patio Bistro Sets

Units: About 16,400

Importer: L G Sourcing, Inc., of North Wilkesboro, N.C.

Manufacturer: Midas Lin Company Ltd., of China

Hazard: When the chair support bar is not fully engaged, the ...

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Toyota Announces Recall of Certain RAV4 and Lexus HS 250h Vehicles

Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc., today announced that it will conduct a voluntary safety recall involving 2006 to early 2011 model year RAV4 and 2010 model year Lexus HS 250h vehicles sold in the U.S. No other Toyota or Lexus vehicles are involved.
  • Approximately 760,000 Toyota RAV4
  • Approximately 18,000 Lexus HS 250h
Toyota has determined that if the nuts on the rear suspension arm are not tightened following the proper procedure and torque specification during a rear wheel alignment service, excessive play may occur at ...
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Dangerous Dogs

Dog BitesWe handle a great number of cases involving Dangerous Dog Bites and Attacks.  If you or a loved one has been attacked by a dog, give us a call.

Here are some useful Dangerous Dog links.

City of Arlington Info on Dangerous Dogs
List of Dangerous Dogs in Arlington
Fort Worth Info on Dangerous Dogs

Dog Bites at SeriousInjuryLaw.com.

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Tarrant County Top Attorney

Ted Machi is once again named a top attorney in Tarrant County by Fort Worth, Texas: The City’s Magazine. Lexis-Nexis noted Ted Machi’s 35th anniversary as an Attorney. Martindale-Hubble recognized the Arlington Attorney for his 5th consecutive year of having a “Very High Peer Review Rating in Legal Ability & Ethical Standards.”

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Get the Money Out of Politics

It is past time to get money out of politics. For far too long special interest and back door politics have put corporations ahead of people. How can our democracy work for the people when corporations decide who runs and who wins?

I just joined a campaign to get money out of our political system. Please join me by adding your name now: http://www.getmoneyout.com

We’ve talked about how harmful money is to our democracy – this is ...

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Can Repubs. Repress Dem?

Record $$$ Spent for Moneybags!
Moneybags to to Buy Election,

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Next Gen’s Finances

Poor Outlook for Next Generation
Bad Outlook for Elders

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Automobile Accidents

Millions of auto accidents wreck vehicles, property, and lives each year.

If the accident is minor, the parties can exchange insurance information, file a police report, and get on with their lives. But in a serious accident where personal injury occurs, loss of mobility, loss of income, medical expenses, rehabilitation, and mental suffering can follow.

Victims are entitled to money to cover their losses. But they’re also possibly entitled to compensatory damages and, in extreme cases, punitive damages if the accident was ...

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Next Gen’s Falling Finances

Finances are low for the coming generation!

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A Really Big Error!

Big Math Error!

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Cargill recalls 36 million pounds of ground turkey

Meat giant Cargill Inc. is recalling nearly 36 million pounds of ground turkey linked to a California death and at least 78 other salmonella illnesses nationwide, company officials said.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced the Class I recall, with the highest health risk, late Wednesday. All of the recalled products were produced at the company’s Springdale, Ark., plant.

Products include “chubs” of fresh and frozen ground turkey meat, retail trays of ground turkey and ground turkey patties sold at grocery stores ...

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What’s with Walker?

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How long do I have to file my lawsuit?

No one-size-fits-all answer exists. Every state has its own time limits, called statutes of limitations, and even within a state the period of time within which you must file a lawsuit varies according to the type of claim. For example, rules in one state may allow a plaintiff with a personal injury claim (such as a broken leg) one year from the date of injury to file suit and a plaintiff with a breach of ...

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Chrysler recalling 243,000 Ram trucks

Chrysler Group is recalling 242,780 Dodge Ram trucks for a potential steering problem. Part of the trucks’ steering linkage could break during low-speed maneuvers causing a loss of steering control to the left front wheel.

The vehicles being recalled include some 2008 model year Dodge Ram MegaCab 1500 4X4 trucks as well as Ram 2500 and 3500 Heavy Duty trucks from model years 2003 through 2011.

Chrysler had earlier recalled larger Ram 4500 and ...

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Death By Texting: Michigan Man Gets Just 30 Days for Killing Grandmother

A Lapeer, Mich., man who police say caused a fatal crash while texting and driving has been sentenced to just one month in jail and 12 months of probation. It was the first case of its kind since the state passed a ban on texting while driving last August.

Some lawmakers say the penalties under texting-while-driving laws aren’t harsh enough, and need to be changed. Penalties for drunk drivers who cause a fatality are much harsher ...

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Aging: Paying the Physical Price for Longer Life

Americans are living longer, but those added years are more likely to be a time of disease and disability.

Data has found that while life expectancy has steadily increased over the past decade, the prevalence of heart disease, stroke, cancer and diabetes has also increased, and disability has grown as well.

For example, in 1998 about 16 percent of men in their 70s had a mobility problem — that is, they failed one of four commonly used physical ...

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FDA Warns Supplement Makers about Mislabeling Ingredients

The Food and Drug Administration is cracking down on manufacturers of certain weight loss, body building and sexual enhancement supplements that contain potentially dangerous ingredients.

The FDA said Wednesday that some manufacturers are deceptively labeling products to hide that they contain ingredients known to cause health problems. Other supplements contain ingredients that should be available only by prescription.

“These tainted products can cause serious adverse effects, including strokes, organ failure and death,” ...

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72,000 Pounds of Canned Chicken Salad Recalled

The discovery of hard plastic inside packages prompted a nationwide recall of 72,000 pounds of canned chicken salad, one of several recalls involving poultry and meat products issued through U.S. food safety authorities in recent days.

The Suter Company is recalling 8.2-ounce packages of the “Bumble Bee Lunch on the Run Chicken Salad Complete Lunch Kit” and 3.5-ounce packages of “Bumble Bee Chicken Salad with Crackers,” according to a statement released Sunday by the U.S. ...

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Injury due to Elder Abuse

Elder abuse is a growing problem. While we don’t know all of the details about why abuse occurs or how to stop its spread, we do know that help is available for victims. Concerned people, like you, can spot the warning signs of a possible problem, and make a call for help if an elder is in need of assistance.

The National Center on Elder Abuse website is a resource to answer your questions and provide ...

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