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Blog Posts in December, 2016

  • Dangerous Toys List 2016

    || 23-Dec-2016

    With the holidays around the corner, we at The Weinstein Firm, LLC., have compiled a list of the most dangerous toys of the holiday season. Parents should be cautious when buying toys for their children this year, between January 2015 and now, 19 toys have been recalled for safety defects in the US. Below is a list of 10 of the most dangerous toys on the market today. 1. Warcraft Doomhammer ...
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  • 8Mil Cuisinart Food Processors Recalled

    || 13-Dec-2016

    This December, Conair, the company that produces Cuisinart food processors, has recalled nearly 8 million food processors due to laceration hazards. The blades are reported to crack over time and break off into food. So far, there have been 69 separate reports of injuries caused by small pieces of the blades breaking off lodging themselves in food. Another 30 cases of mouth lacerations and tooth ...
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  • What to Expect: Slip & Fall During Pregnancy

    || 7-Dec-2016

    As your belly grows, your center of gravity shifts and your joints start to relax due to a pregnancy hormone released to help you deliver your baby. These changes are often one of the reasons why pregnant women start to feel clumsy or fall during their pregnancy. What if I slipped and fell while shopping? Shopping for Christmas and Hanukah gifts can be stressful enough, as the pregnant woman, it ...
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  • How to Avoid Winter Slip & Falls

    || 1-Dec-2016

    As fall comes to an end and winter begins, we at The Weinstein Firm start to notice an increase in slip and fall injury inquiries. In fact, during last winter, slip and fall accidents caused by snow and ice accounted for two-thirds of all workers’ compensation claims. The year before that, it was nearly 30 percent of all workers’ compensation claims. How to Avoid Injury During the ...
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