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  • CPSC Fails to Ban Crib Bumpers
    CPSC Fails to Ban Crib Bumpers

    As San Diego product liability lawyers, we are disappointed that the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has failed to officially ban crib bumpers. While the baby product is advertised as a ...

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  • NHTSA Publishes Vehicle Cybersecurity Guidance
    NHTSA Publishes Vehicle Cybersecurity Guidance

    The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently released proposed guidance for improving motor vehicle cybersecurity. The new guidance aims to protect vehicles from malicious ...

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  • Recalled Washing Machines Pose Injury Risk
    Recalled Washing Machines Pose Injury Risk

    Doing a load of laundry should not put you at risk for injury. However, certain Samsung washing machines could do just that. Samsung Electronics America Inc. is recalling 2.8 million top-load washing ...

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  • Child Product Safety Alert: Strollers Recalled Due to Fall Risk
    Child Product Safety Alert: Strollers Recalled Due to Fall Risk

    As San Diego child injury lawyers, we want parents to be aware of a product safety recall involving 3,000 Mamas & Papas Armadillo Flip Strollers. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety ...

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  • Gov. Brown Signs California Bus Safety Law
    Gov. Brown Signs California Bus Safety Law

    California Gov. Jerry Brown recently signed legislation aimed to improve bus safety. The law imposes several new requirements on charter bus operators. According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety ...

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  • Latest Takata Airbag Fatality Occurred in California
    Latest Takata Airbag Fatality Occurred in California

    As San Diego injury lawyers, we were saddened to learn that the latest fatality linked to the defective Takata airbags occurred in California. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration ...

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