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  • RECALL ALERT: BUMBLERIDE INDIE AND INDIE TWIN STROLLERS

    On February 2, 2012, the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission and Health Canada, in cooperation with Bumbleride, Inc., announced a voluntary recall of the popular Indie and Indie Twin Strollers. The recall was prompted due to the presence of a serious safety concern w...

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  • Protecting Children From Furniture Tip-Over Dangers

    As parents, we are constantly worried about the safety of our children. Our focus is most often directed at the dangers outside our homes. Our homes, however, can be just as dangerous. The Consumer Product Safety Commission urges parents to take simple, low-cost steps to improve ...

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  • BUMBO BABY SEAT: STILL DANGEROUS?

    A coalition of consumer groups called upon the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) this week to recall the Bumbo Baby Sitter the popular seat used to help babies sit up before they would otherwise be able to do so. This is not the first time that the Bumbo Baby Sitter has ...

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  • Understanding No-Fault Insurance in Pennsylvania and New Jersey

    Residents of Pennsylvania and New Jersey have probably heard the terms: Full Tort, Limited Tort, Verbal Threshold, and Limitation on Lawsuit Option. Few, however, likely understand what these terms mean and how the selection affects them. In Pennsylvania, auto insurers are requir...

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  • CIVIL JUSTICE SYSTEM UNDER ATTACK IN PENNSYLVANIA

    Time to wake up Pennsylvanians. Your rights are under attack, and Pennsylvania lawmakers would prefer that you didnt know about it. On April 11, 2011, the Pennsylvania House of Representatives passed bill HB1 a bill designed to fundamentally destroy the rights of personal injur...

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  • CHILD SAFETY ALERT: PHIL & TED’S METOO CHAIRS POSE DANGER

    Parents are being urged to stop using Phil Teds popular MeToo clip-on table top feeding chairs by the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) due to multiple safety hazards posed by use of the chairs. Tens of thousands of the popular toddler feeding chair have ...

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  • LIMITED TORT V. FULL TORT: PENNSYLVANIA DRIVERS NEED TO UNDERSTAND THE DIFFERENCE

    Do you carry Full Tort or Limited Tort coverage on your Pennsylvania auto insurance? You are not alone if you dont know the answer. Most Pennsylvanians would be hard-pressed to answer the question, let alone be able to explain the difference. The answer to this question is, ho...

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  • Button Batteries Pose Serious Danger to Children

    There are countless items in your home that could potentially cause harm to your child. Now,you can add button batteries to the list. If you are like most parents, you probably never imagined that button batteries the small, flatlithium batteries found in a wide range of elec...

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  • Recall Alert: Baby Jogger Jump Seats Recalled Due to Fall Hazard

    On March 1, 2011, the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission and Health Canada, in cooperation with Baby Jogger, LLC, announced a voluntary recall of the popular Jump Seat attachment for the companys line of City Classic and City Elite Single jogging strollers. The ...

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  • Workplace Safety: Top 10 OSHA Violations

    The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recently unveiledits annual list of the Top Ten most cited workplace safety violations. Therewere approximately 94,000 violations issued during the 2010 fiscal year, andthe top ten violation categories represented 48 t...

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