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Blog Posts in June, 2014

  • Unfixed motor vehicle defect? CarMax accused of not caring

    || 27-Jun-2014

    Millions of motor vehicles have been subjected to recall over the last couple of years, and the recalls are continuing. Many of these recalls involve simple fixes that can be completed by car dealerships that specialize in the affected automobiles and for free. However, if the recalls remain unfixed, the motor vehicle defect could be extremely dangerous and result in injury or death to New York ...
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  • Potentially dangerous consumer products recalled

    || 20-Jun-2014

    A brand of Chinese chocolates called Gong xiFacai has been taken off shelves in New York due to incorrect and inaccurate labeling. According to routine tests performed on random samples of the potentially dangerous consumer products, they contained undeclared allergens. The allergens were peanuts and milk, and for any New York resident who is severely allergic to these ingredients, they have the ...
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  • Pedestrian car accident deaths an ongoing problem in New York

    || 12-Jun-2014

    A teenager in Brooklyn was killed in an auto wreck on a recent Monday. The car accident occurred while he was crossing the street to board his school bus. Residents of the neighborhood pointed out that speeding is an ongoing issue in the area, but police have not confirmed whether speed played a factor in the tragic crash. Nevertheless, police suspect that the 14-year-old’s vision was ...
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  • Saw blade accident could result in premises liability claims

    || 5-Jun-2014

    An unfortunate pedestrian accident has seriously injured a woman who was walking past a Manhattan construction area. As of May 28, New York City gave the go-ahead for work to proceed after investigators completed a safety inspection regarding the area. The pedestrian injury involved a flying saw blade that struck a passerby’s leg on a recent Tuesday morning. This tragic accident may form the ...
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