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The CPSC Will Create New Rules Affecting Infant Sleep Products

September 15, 2022

According to Consumer Reports, U.S. lawmakers have sent the Consumer Product Safety Commission a letter asking for clarity concerning new regulations for infant sleep products. In the past few years, there have been several reports of suffocation injuries and deaths connected to certain baby-inclined sleepers and rockers. The lawmakers state that infant-inclined products that are not marketed for infant sleep can still pose a risk should babies fall asleep while seated in the inclined sleepers and rockers.

CDC Reports That U.S. Life Expectancy at Birth Has Dropped One Year in 2021

September 14, 2022

According to the CDC's National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) published on August 31, 2022, the United States' "life expectancy at birth" has declined about one year from 2020 to 2021. The new provisional data published by the CDC's National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) showed a decline in life expectancy from 77.0 to 76.1 years in 2021. This is the lowest U.S. "life expectancy at birth" since 1996. 

Camp Lejeune Claims for Veterans and Their Families

August 22, 2022

According to a news article published on kristv.com, Marine veterans who served or trained at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, during the 60's, 70's, and 80's were exposed to toxic groundwater. Recently, the Veterans Administration admitted that solvents and other toxic substances contaminated groundwater at the base. These chemicals were released into the base's groundwater when an off-based dry cleaning company and other industrial chemicals seeped into the water systems at the base.

Bounce Houses Are a Serious Danger According to a New Study

August 15, 2022

According to an online news report published on washingtonpost.com, parents need to be aware of the risks involved with bounce houses. Bounce houses are inflatable structures that are often used at festivals and birthday parties. A new study suggests that bounce houses are very dangerous to small children.

Dog Attack Lawsuit Lawyers Reveal Shocking Dog Attack Statistics

August 08, 2022

According to a news report published on dogsbite.org, in 2020, five tragic dog bite deaths were caused by dogs from two or more different dog breeds. However, five dog breeds have been connected to at least one fatality, and those dog breeds include Labrador retrievers, Belgian Malinois, American bully-mix, Cane Corsos, and Bull Terriers. The statistical information used by DogsBite.org can be verified through news reports and other dog bite fatality research.

Hundreds of Women File Civil Lawsuits Against Uber Claiming Uber Drivers Attacked Them

July 15, 2022

According to an ABC online news report, hundreds of women have filed civil lawsuits against Uber, asserting that Uber drivers attacked them. The victims, who are living in several different states, claim that they were raped, kidnapped, sexually battered, sexually assaulted, stalked, falsely imprisoned, attacked, and harassed by Uber drivers whom they hired off of Uber's rideshare application. The news report states that the abuse began in 2015 and continued into 2022.  

Public Safety Officials Provide Key Safety Tips to Avoid Accidents During Fireworks Show

June 29, 2022

Public safety officials are concerned about firework safety with the upcoming holiday and have provided useful tips on how to enjoy fireworks while avoiding accidents that often result in injury, property damage, or in some cases, both. In most states, each municipality is responsible for creating and passing its own fireworks ordinances. However, regardless of the ordinance, several basic safety practices should always be observed where or when fireworks are used.

Sixth Heat-Related Car Death in Georgia

June 29, 2022

According to an online news article on CNN.com, a sixth heat-related car fatality of a child this year occurred in Georgia. The victim, a three-year-old boy, tragically died last Sunday after he was left in a hot car for almost three hours, a coroner's office reported. According to the National Safety Council, three hot car deaths have occurred so far in June. The outdoor temperatures have soared due to severe heat waves. 

Daily Harvest's French Leek & Lentil Crumble Liver and Gallbladder Damage Lawsuit Lawyers

June 27, 2022

Daily Harvest has issued a recall of its French Leek & Lentil Crumble food products due to customer reports of stomach, liver, and gallbladder illnesses. The company delivers vegan frozen food products that it asserts are good for the environment and its customers. Daily Harvest states that it is working with several experts "get to the bottom" of the issue. The experts include microbiologists, toxin and pathogen experts from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. 

CPSC Warns the Public About Mobility Transfer Systems and Metal Tubing USA Bed Rail Recall

June 13, 2022

According to an online news report published on hme-business.com, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has issued a warning to consumers concerning 285,000 adult portable bed rails manufactured by Metal Tubing U.S.A. Inc. and Mobility Transfer Systems. The bed rails were recalled because they can create an entrapment hazard that poses a threat of death or serious injury to users.

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