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Salmonella contamination leads to products liability concern

Ritz and Goldfish crackers are staples in most pantries and even diaper bags. Georgia mothers will often use these treats to appease the littlest family members. These small, hand-held snacks can often turn a whiny toddler into a pleasant individual. However, with current products liability claims regarding an ingredient in both products, some moms may find themselves reviewing these boxes prior to doling out the snacks.

School children possibly exposed to asbestos

Protecting children is just one of the many mandates that parents, teachers and school officials adhere to. Georgia school personnel attend training sessions and classes practice what to do in the event of a fire, tornado, earthquake, intruder or other such dangerous situation. Yet, one school has found itself with a dangerous situation in the form of asbestos for which it was not prepared.

Can I name the property owner in my premises liability suit?

Suffering an injury on another person's property can severely complicate a person's life. Aside from the physical pain and suffering, and emotional trauma of an unexpected injury, the financial burden from accompanying medical bills may feel like too much to bear for some Georgia victims. Fortunately, it is possible to recover compensation related to such injuries through the careful actions of a premises liability suit, in which the owner is usually held responsible.

Dogs' deaths could prompt products liability claims against IKEA

Pet owners in Georgia usually spend a great deal of time, money and effort on their beloved animals. Convenience is also a priority, and many owners opt for refilling water dishes, which can be a smart choice during hot summers. However, some water dispensers billed as "dog friendly" are actually quite dangerous. IKEA could soon face products liability claims after its popular water dish killed two dogs.

Risk of contaminated water near military bases

Perifluorinated compounds are associated with various types of cancer and developmental delays in children, and are used in firefighting. These chemicals are concentrated in foam used to extinguish aircraft fires. In the past, this foam was allowed to run into drainage systems or remain on the soil and then seep into the groundwater. Presently, the military uses containment strategies to prevent these compounds from entering the water systems, as the foam continues to be used.

Beware of possible porducts liability situations!

Millions of people in Georgia and beyond shop online at Amazon. Many rely on customer reviews and product alerts to guide them toward the best deals and highest quality products. Sometimes consumers avoid potentially hazardous situations when they learn that a particular product has been recalled because it is defective. Sadly, sometimes they learn such products liability information too late.  

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