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May 2014 Archives

Hyundai ordered to pay millions for alleged defective product

The concept underlying product safety is that companies are responsible for ensuring the effectiveness and safe operation of the products they sell to the public. This basis of trust can be undermined, however, by a negligent manufacturer who knowingly or inadvertently makes an inherently dangerous product as a result of a design defect.

Negligence by General Motors results in $35 million fine

As consumers, individuals have a tendency to assume that the items available for purchase have been tested for safety. However, just because these checks are typically in place, it does not necessarily ensure that correctly product is free from defects. Sometimes people can unknowingly purchase a defective product.

Social workers may help alleviate the effects of brain injuries

More than a million traumatic brain injuries are treated each year in hospitals and emergency rooms across the country. These injuries can happen for a number of reasons, from a car accident to a work injury to getting hit by falling materials. They can also vary widely in how they affect a person.

Police say distracted driving to blame for recent Bozeman crash

It seems that no students were seriously hurt in a two-vehicle crash outside of Bozeman, Montana that left the driver of one vehicle seriously injured.  The car accident occurred when the driver of a sedan careened into the back of a chartered bus carrying a large number of area students.

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