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Defective Products

Graco to Recall 25,000 Car Seats

Published: Jun 06, 2017 in Defective Products, Personal Injury

The Alabama injury attorneys at Belt & Bruner, P.C. are experienced Alabama product injury lawyers who can help you seek the compensation you deserve if your child has been hurt because of inadequate manufacturing. Call us at (205) 933-1500 for a free consultation if you…

Liability in Food Poisoning Cases

Published: May 26, 2017 in Defective Products, Personal Injury

Food poisoning is a relatively common illness and many healthy adults recover after a few days off work and extra fluids. However, this may not have been the case for you. Certain bacteria can lead to serious injuries, and if you are young, elderly, or…

Common Elevator Accident Injuries

Published: Apr 03, 2017 in Defective Products, Premises Liability

If you have been injured in an elevator accident, you may be suffering from immense physical pain and worried about who will cover your medical expenses and other financial losses while you are recovering from your injuries. Our Alabama premises liability lawyers at Belt &…

Takata Airbags Cause Injuries and Death

Published: Feb 10, 2017 in Defective Products, Personal Injury

There has recently been a lot of media attention regarding defective auto parts and airbags in particular. A lot of this centers around the millions of Americans that have been affected by the defective Takata airbags. In environments with high levels of humidity, the moisture…

Samsung Smartphone Recall

Published: Nov 18, 2016 in Defective Products, Personal Injury

Samsung’s Galaxy Note7 smartphones were very popular when initially released on August 19, but reports of the devices catching fire quickly emerged between late August and early September. Samsung then issued a voluntary recall on September 15 that included all Galaxy Note7 smartphones sold before…

Food Safety Recalls

Published: Sep 19, 2016 in Defective Products, Personal Injury

Food safety recalls are a common segment on the news, and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration posts a new recall every few days. They occur for a variety of reasons, including bacterial contamination, foreign object contamination, improper labeling, and undeclared allergens. Some recalls include…