As a consumer, you have the right to know about any defects or problems with the products you buy. When food, medicine, or consumer products are found to be contaminated, hazardous, or otherwise unsafe, they may be subject to a recall.
This Recall Roundup has us watching Specialized Tarmac SL7 Bicycles and Frame sets, white wooden stools from Hobby Lobby, and several voluntary recalls of heater-cooler devices used in cardiothoracic surgery.
How Do You Win a Dog Bite Case?
Winning your case shouldn’t be too difficult, but you should still always strive to get all of your evidence and statements in order to prove fault.
What are the different types of product recalls?
Find out more about the different types of product recalls
How Much Compensation Can You Get for a Traumatic Brain Injury?
The Family Caregiver Alliance (FCA) states that traumatic brain injuries (TBI) cost the U.S. upwards of $60 billion in direct medical costs every year. This also includes other damages such as lost wages, reduced productivity, and more. Even mild or moderate cases of TBI can be expensive to treat.
What Damages Can I Collect After an Accident?
How do you pay for the expenses you incur in dealing with the aftermath of an accident? You can file a claim to collect financial compensation for your damages. And you can collect damages either by negotiating a settlement directly with the insurance company or in court. Most importantly, you need to consider several types of damages in your calculations.