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Posted in Consumer Safety on November 25, 2022

Are Hotels Responsible for Your Safety and Security?

In the early hours of a November morning, a man was shot and killed at FairBridge Inn Express on Boardwalk Drive. A week before this shooting, a 19-year-old woman was injured in a shooting at an OYO hotel on Gwenadele
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Posted in Consumer Safety on November 15, 2022

Who is Responsible for a Defective Toy?

Defective toys pose a dangerous risk to children. In preparation for the upcoming holiday season, parents may need to research toys beyond the recall list. Despite the hazards, some unsafe toys may still make it to toy shelves. How Common
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Posted in Consumer Safety on June 25, 2022

Jif Recalls Peanut Butter – How to Keep Track of Products That May be Unsafe

For those making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich for their little one, put the knife down and back away from the jar of Jif. Who knew that a simple PB&J could be deadly? In May 2022, Jif’s parent company,
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Posted in Car Accidents, Consumer Safety, Our Blog on March 27, 2017

Add These Safety Items To Your Emergency Car Kit

You never know when your vehicle could breakdown. You never know when you could be involved in a motor vehicle accident. With this in mind, it’s important to keep an emergency car kit in your trunk. If you’ve yet to
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Posted in Consumer Safety, Our Blog on April 23, 2014

General Mills Forces Customers To Waive Their Right To Sue

Last week, consumer rights advocates turned their attention to a somewhat unusual place: breakfast cereal. Word began to spread on the internet that General Mills-maker of Cheerios, Lucky Charms, Cocoa Puffs, and many other popular cereals in addition to food
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