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A 10-Year-Old Girl Died After Being Thrown from Ride

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According to the New Jersey State Police, a 10-year-old girl was ejected from a ride called "Extreme" at 6:18 p.m. on October 12, 2019. She suffered serious injuries and was airlifted to Cooper University Hospital, where she was pronounced dead at 7:20 p.m.

Roof Collapse in New Orleans Leaves at Least Two Dead, Many Others Injured

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Anybody working in construction knows that there are certain risks that come with the job. Working with dangerous tools, loose nails, and even falling objects are all well-known risks of being on a construction site. But what about falling roofs?

Boeing Begins Settling Claims Involving the Crash of Lion Air 737 MAX for at Least $1,200,000 Per Claim

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Boeing has begun to settle the claims of families whose loved ones were killed in a Boeing 737 MAX crash which occurred on October 29, 2018, in the Java Sea. The crash occurred shortly after taking off from Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Jakarta, Indonesia, all 189 of the passengers and crew died.

FDA Investigates Reports of Seizures from Vaping

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Recently the Food and Drug Administration announced that it will be investigating over 120 seizure incidents related to the use of vaping pens. The current FDA study regarding vaping is focused on seizure incidents from 2009 to 2019.

GM Recalls 3.8 Million Vehicles for Defective Brakes

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General Motors recently issued a recall for 3.5 million U.S. pickup trucks and SUVs to address a vacuum pump issue that makes braking more difficult and has been linked to 113 accidents and 13 injuries. GM previously issued a recall in Canada for 300,000 vehicles.

A Galveston Vessel Crewmember Suffers Injuries After Falling Through an Open Hatch

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A Galveston man filed a lawsuit in the Galveston County District Court against Del Monte Fresh Produce (Texas) Inc., and Del Monte Fresh Produce NA Inc. (collectively "Del Monte") for injuries suffered while working as a crewmember aboard the M/V Star Leader vessel. The incident causing the crewmember's injuries took place in May of 2019 and the lawsuit was filed a few short months later.

Man Dies from Faulty Keyless Ignition System

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An Ohio man, Ross Emery, died in his sleep in early September from carbon monoxide poisoning that seeped into his house from the car in his garage. Emery's 2015 Toyota Avalon, like many cars across the country, includes a keyless ignition system. Unlike a traditional metal car key, cars with a keyless ignition system use a remote fob that is detected by the "start-stop" button in the ignition system. Then, all you have to do is get in the car with the fob in your pocket or in your purse and press the "start-stop" button to start the engine. You press it again later to turn off the engine, once you have reached your destination.

$40 Million Verdict in Mesothelioma Lawsuit

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A California jury awarded $40 million to a woman suffering from mesothelioma. The lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson alleged that the popular baby powder caused her mesothelioma diagnosis in 2017.

Are Electric Scooters Safe?

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Electric scooters sailed onto the Texas traffic scene last summer amid wary news coverage of the latest phase of what is now called "micromobility." Immediately popular with the public, especially the 18 to 29-year-old crowd, these scooters are legal on city roads with a speed limit under 35 miles per hour.

According to a study by the Austin Public Health department, there are fewer scooter-related accidents than you would think, but the injuries tend to be serious.

Parents of Boy Rendered a Quadriplegic Playing Football Bring Lawsuit Against Helmet Company

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On September 17, 2019, 17-year-old Scott Akins was seriously injured during in a high school football game after sustaining a life-altering brain injury that rendered him a quadriplegic who will never live independently again.

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