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Fashion Failures: Finding Liability For Defective Clothing

  • February 22, 2019

While it’s not uncommon to see injuries in college and professional basketball games, it wasn’t a rough play or a tumble on the court that took down Duke University star Zion Williamson during a match against their rivals at North Carolina University . . . it was his own shoes! In the first few minutes of the game, Williamson’s Nike brand shoes fell apart, with the rubber...

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Cancer and SSD

  • February 18, 2019

To anyone who has lost a loved one or faced a diagnosis themselves, “cancer” is one of the most insidious words there is. A disease that occurs when cells in the body begin to uncontrollably divide, cancer can destroy healthy body tissue and rapidly spread throughout the body, potentially impacting the ability of body parts, like the lungs, blood vessels, and even bones, to...

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Tanaka Airbag Recall: Fast Facts

  • February 14, 2019

What do high-tech Teslas, rugged Ford trucks, and sleek BWMs all have in common? They all have airbags! Airbags contain four main parts: a thin nylon fabric bag, a sensor, an inflation system, and an accelerometer. The accelerometer detects the change in speed, which triggers a response from the inflation system. For the sensors to react, the vehicle needs to reach a force equa...

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Gun Accidents: How One Moment Has Permanent Consequences

  • February 8, 2019

In a cop drama or spy thriller, it’s exhilarating to watch when one of the “good guys” draws a sleek gun to protect a loved one, stop a crime, or bring down a villain. But in real life, guns are far more than exciting movie props—and they don’t always lead to happy endings. In the United States, 42% of all households own a gun. Many people keep guns for safety reasons...

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Vape Pens, Explosion Risks, and Product Liability

  • February 5, 2019

In recent years, “vaping” has become all the rage. Sleeker and smaller than cigarettes, e-cigarettes have emerged as a more fashionable—and allegedly less harmful—way to satisfy a nicotine craving. E-cigarettes, often called vape pens, are electronic devices that contain a mix of nicotine, flavoring, and other chemicals. When someone inhales on the device, the liquid tu...

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Cheering for Safety During the Super Bowl

  • February 1, 2019

Super Bowl Sunday is a huge day for accidents. And no, we’re not talking about Janet Jackson’s 2004 wardrobe mishap or the 2013 blackout during Beyoncé’s performance! We’re talking about the dangerous increase in drunk driving after the Super Bowl. It’s no secret that the Super Bowl is a big drinking event. Wild parties ensue as both sides passionately cheer on their...

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