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Concussion “Breathalyzers” Technology

Published: Dec 10, 2014 in Alcohol Injury, Defective Products, DUI

Concussion “Breathalyzer” Research Underway The Breathalyzer is a well-known law enforcement tool used to detect drunk drivers. If you have not had the experience personally, you probably know someone who has been stopped at a roadblock or pulled over by police and asked to blow…

General Motors 53 Recalls, 39 Million Vehicles, 63 Deaths

Published: Aug 20, 2014 in Car Accidents, Defective Products

General Motors vehicles manufactured with substandard products may inadvertently cause extensive injury or death to drivers, passengers or operators of other vehicles, says product injury attorney Keith Belt. General Motors has issued 53 recalls covering 39 million vehicles worldwide, since January 2014. When you realize…

Asbestos Revisited: A New Autoimmune Disease?

Published: Aug 08, 2014 in Defective Products, Personal Injury

Any product taken to market with limited testing and time spent monitoring the long-term effects of its usage may inadvertently cause extensive injury or death to patients, says Alabama injury attorney Keith T. Belt. There appears to be a body of evidence supporting an association…

Medtronic’s Infuse Causes Complications

Published: Jul 30, 2014 in Defective Products

A medical drug and device, like Infuse, taken to market with limited testing and time spent monitoring the long-term effects of its usage, may inadvertently cause extensive injury or death to patients, says Alabama liability attorney Keith T. Belt. Three years after back surgery, Grace…

FDA Plans To Extend Its Global Regulatory Reach

Published: Jun 29, 2011 in Defective Products, Personal Injury

Every year, tens of thousands of people are injured or killed by unsafe or faulty products, including faulty medical devices, and pharmaceutical drugs, Alabama product liability attorney Keith T. Belt says. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) plans to take a more global approach…

New Rule Banning Popular Cribs To Take Effect Next Week

Published: Jun 23, 2011 in Defective Products

Are there dangerous and defective products in your home that may endanger your infant children? One of the best ways to find out is by keeping updated on U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission recalls, product injuries lawyer Keith T. Belt says. New safety rules take…

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