Electronic smoking devices, commonly referred to as electronic cigarettes or e-cigs, are incredibly popular. This is particularly true for teens and younger adults. Once touted as a way to help individuals stop smoking real tobacco cigarettes, we now have a more thorough understanding of the dangers of electronic smoking devices. Here, we want to examine some of the dangers associated with electronic cigarettes and other types of electronic smoking devices. Addiction Dangers of Electronic Cigarettes Electronic smoking devices, which regularly go by the term “vaping devices,” are battery-powered devices that individuals use to inhale aerosols that typically contain nicotine, flavoring,… read moreREAD MORE
The last thing any person expects is that they will sustain an injury caused by an appliance in their household. However, appliances that operate on any type of gas could malfunction and cause devastating injuries due to an explosion or fire. Here, we want to look at some of the most common injuries that individuals can sustain in the event an unsafe gas appliance malfunctions. Victims of these injuries are often able to recover compensation for their losses, and we will discuss the importance of having an attorney help you with these particular cases. Common Gas Appliances That Can Cause… read moreREAD MORE
Defective products can lead to severe injuries or illnesses for consumers. In the aftermath of a product defect injury or illness, victims should be able to recover compensation for their losses. In general, securing compensation in these situations involves filing a lawsuit against the company or manufacturer who supplied the defective product. Here, we want to discuss strict product liability and how this applies to individuals who are seeking compensation after these incidents. What is Strict Liability? The theory of strict liability revolves around individuals or companies being held responsible for injuries caused by their actions. In these particular situations,… read moreREAD MORE
When you purchase a product or service in Georgia, you expect to receive what you pay for. While many businesses operate ethically, some companies engage in criminal practices. Georgia consumer protection laws help unsuspecting purchasers stay safe from defective products in the face of these unethical activities. Georgia Lemon Laws The term “lemon” refers to a new automobile that has numerous issues and requires multiple expensive repairs. Georgia enacted the lemon laws in order to protect consumers who are purchasing new vehicles, allowing for peace of mind when visiting a car dealership. The lemon laws protect consumers’ vehicle purchases for… read moreREAD MORE
Jury imposes $1.7 billion verdict against Ford for F-series pickup roof collapse that killed couple. Read More.