Product Liability Attorneys Winston-Salem

Keeping Kids Safe This Holiday Season

choking hazard warning label December 4th, 2019

The holiday season is here, and with that comes purchasing toys for the children in your life. However, no matter how much fun a toy looks, you need to keep safety in the forefront of your mind when shopping. Not all toys are created equal; some can pose serious hazards. How big is the problem?…

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Tesla Autopilot In Use Seconds Before Fatal Crash

Tesla dashboard June 10th, 2019

Federal investigators have determined that the driver of a Tesla Model 3 sedan engaged the vehicle’s semi-autonomous autopilot system seconds before he was killed in a collision with a tractor-trailer. A detailed article on the ongoing investigation is available here. The collision, which occurred on U.S. Highway 441 in Delray Beach, Florida, took the life…

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Lawsuit Claims Tesla Manufactures Dangerous Cars

Tesla dashboard February 11th, 2019

According to a lawsuit recently filed in Florida, electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla produces vehicles that are inherently dangerous to operate. A detailed article on the allegations contained within the suit—including defective product manufacturing and negligent service practices—can be found here. On May 8th, 2018, the driver and one passenger were traveling on Seabreeze Boulevard in…

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Johnson & Johnson Knew Their Talcum Powder Posed Asbestos Risk for Decades

Baby Powder December 27th, 2018

The news agency Reuters recently issued a report claiming executives at Johnson & Johnson (J&J) know the talcum used in the company’s signature baby powder products contains asbestos, and have known for decades. The report also alleges that the manufacturer intentionally failed to inform federal authorities. An article on the report and its findings can…

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