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Who is Liable When a Child is Injured in Daycare or with a Babysitter?

Posted on April 13, 2016
In the event that your child suffers an injury under the care of a babysitter or daycare center, the first thing you’ll want to do is confirm that your child is okay. But that concern will quickly turn to anger if you think the childcare provider has been negligent. We all want the best...
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What Can I Do if Someone Crashes a Drone into My House Or into Me?

Posted on March 30, 2016
Technology and law have always made a strange pair. This is certainly true for unmanned drones, which have legislators and lawyers perplexed about everything from insurance claims to personal injury disputes. These devices are incredibly innovative and valuable, poised to improve disaster response, construction, real estate, and dozens of other industries. Regulations are slowly...
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I Was Injured by an Exploding e-Cigarette, What Do I Do Now?

Posted on March 17, 2016
When a product or service is used as advertised, the last thing a person expects is a devastating injury. Unfortunately, this does happen, and it's why product liability laws exist. Product and parts manufacturers and the people who sell a good or service must meet high standards, keeping them accountable to suitably warn customers...
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What Happens if I am Injured While Getting a Tattoo?

Posted on March 9, 2016
Needle use may seem like an old problem, or one that could be considered an issue that we have effectively controlled and know how to avoid. In reality, it's still a major problem, and it's just one of the many complications a person can run into at a tattoo parlor. In fact, dozens of...
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Can a Consumer Always Sue When a Defective Product Causes Injury?

Posted on March 2, 2016
Product designers, manufacturers, and sellers are responsible for providing consumers with safe and properly marketed products. One of these parties may be liable for an injury if there is a hazardous flaw in the design or manufacturing of the item or if the risks or hazards associated with the product have not been properly...
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