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  • Products Liability

Three Legal Theories for Products Liability

If you are injured by a product, there are three avenues by which you may recover compensation. These are: (1) Breach of warranty; (2) Negligence; (3) Strict liability.

  • Products Liability

Industrial Machines – a leading cause of products liability injuries

Unreasonably dangerous machines are one of the leading causes of on the job injuries. Some of the more common machines that have injured workers are: conveyers, press brakes, drill presses, sheers, cutters, printing presses, saws, smelters, pressure vessels, and injection molding machines.

  • Products Liability

DePuy ASR Hip Replacement Recall

93,000 recipients worldwide have been informed that their DePuy replacement hip implants are defective and dangerous. The components can come loose, fracturing bone around the implant, depositing metal fragments in one’s tissues and bloodstream.

  • Products Liability

Defective Punch Press/Metal Forming Machines

One very important area of products liability is industrial machinery. Machines used in factories can be extremely dangerous to workers. Many serious injuries and deaths have been caused by defective and dangerous machinery.

  • Traumatic Brain Injuries

What is a diffuse axonal injury?

Unlike brain trauma that occurs due to direct impact and deformation of the brain, a diffuse axonal injury is the result of traumatic shearing forces that occur when the head is rapidly accelerated or decelerated, as may occur in auto accidents, falls, and assaults.

  • Traumatic Brain Injuries

Imaging Studies for Traumatic Brain Injuries

Medical providers now have a wide array of imaging tools at their disposal when it comes to diagnosing and treating Traumatic Brain Injuries. The purpose of this article is to briefly describe the different types of imaging studies now available.

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Insurance Agent as Trusted Advisor

What is a trusted advisor? A trusted advisor is someone that clients can rely upon for good advice on difficult subjects and that they can trust implicitly.

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