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Gas Range Recall Due to “Serious Risk of Injury or Death from Carbon Monoxide Poisoning”

In late 2022, ZLINE gas ranges were recalled across the U.S. after over 40 reports of carbon monoxide emission, including some reports of consumers seeking medical attention due to carbon monoxide inhalation, which can lead to serious injury or even death. According to the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission, consumers should immediately stop using…

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Louisville, Kentucky Mass Shooting Left Four Dead and Nine Others Injured

On April 10, 2023, a 25-year-old bank employee opened fire in downtown Louisville, Kentucky, and live streamed the attack that left four dead and nine others injured, according to authorities. Out of the nine people injured, three were hospitalized in critical condition. According to the Louisville Metro Police Chief, Jacquelyn Gwinn-Villaroel, the gunman was identified…

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Children’s ATVs Recalled Due to Defects Causing Increased Risk of Serious Crash and Injury

On April 27, 2023, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced a recall of popular children’s all-terrain vehicles (ATVs). One of the top power sports manufacturers, EGL Motor, recalled their ACE-branded Youth All-Terrain Vehicles due to apparent manufacturing violations of Federal ATV minimum safety standards and regulations resulting in defects capable of causing serious…

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What to Do If You’re Injured in an Accident Involving a Government Vehicle in Texas

Accidents involving government vehicles can be complex and challenging to navigate. If you’re involved in an accident with a government vehicle, it’s essential to know your rights and take the necessary steps to protect them. Here’s what you should do if you’re injured in an accident involving a government vehicle in Texas: 1. Seek Medical…

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Texas Construction Workers Exposed to High Mortality Rate

For years, Texas has led the nation in occupational deaths, with the top percentage typically arising from construction. Despite apparent efforts to combat the inherent risk in construction and other industrious trades, employers have touted that new employees receive mandatory OSHA training in the hopes of mitigating the risk present while on the job. Still,…

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