Baby Walkers: Not Worth the Safety Risk
Posted in In the news, Product Liability on January 18, 2021
Did you know that the sale of baby walkers is banned in Canada? If the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) gets its way, the same will be true in the United States. Why would the AAP want to ban something as seemingly run-of-the-mill as a baby walker? The answer is simple—baby walkers are dangerous. Baby...
Hoverboard Injury Attorneys
Posted in Accident & Injury on January 4, 2016
One of the hottest 2015 holiday gifts, “hoverboards” may look fun, but they also pose serious risks—and not just from falling. Also known as a smart board or balance board, these electric skateboards can catch fire or explode, prompting online retailers to pull some brands of self-balancing scooters. [caption id="attachment_4254" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Photo: U.S....
Doctor Error in Metal-on-Metal Hip Replacements
Posted in Drug & Medical Devices, Medical Malpractice on June 17, 2014
All artificial hip replacements carry some risks, including wear of the component parts, breakage of the device itself, and risk of adverse side effects such as nerve damage or joint pain. These risks can increase if the hip replacement procedure is not performed properly. For this reason, if you feel pain or other side...