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First I would suggest that you consult a lawer who deals with products liability.  You will need an expert who can state that due to a defect or design flaw your system failed and that was the ca ...Read more

I'm glad your son was not injured. In order to file a lawsuit you would have to have damages. As your son was not injured there are no damages. If you have the original packaging from the baby food yo ...Read more

Yes, I would definitely say you have a case. You could potentially sue the manufacturer who made the juice, the distribution center that sold the juice to Winn Dixie, and also Winn Dixie. I would need ...Read more

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Philadelphia Personal Injury Lawyers: Staying Safe During the Winter

Staying Safe During the Winter: Fire Prevention and Safety Although most of us are safely tucked inside of our homes, bundled up next to the fire or turning our heating systems up to fight against t ... Read more


Expectant parents everywhere delight in decorating a nursery but one of the most popular items on a baby registry can also be the most dangerous. A report recently published in theJournal of Pediatric ... Read more

Philadelphia Asbestos Lawyers: Millions Reinstated for Florida Man with Mesothelioma

The $6.6 million dollar jury verdict in a state Supreme Court case involving a Florida man dying ofmesothelioma who had filed suit against his former employer, claiming their responsibility for his ex ... Read more


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Philadelphia Product Liability Lawyers: Hoverboard Fires and Explosions

Hoverboards may be a hot item, but they may be literally too hot to handle in some cases. The lithium ion batteries of the self-balancing scooters may overheat and potentially explode. The US Consumer ... Read more

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