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Recall Notices: Target, Calphalon, Britax, and La-Z-Boy

If you own Calphalon knives, a Britax stroller, or furniture from La-Z-Boy or Target, you’re going to want to read about these recent recalls. Calphalon recalled almost 2 million knives sold in retailers nationwide, including Macy’s and Kohl’s. Due to a potential fall hazard to infants, Britax recalled 676,000 of their Click & Go strollers. Target […]

February 22nd, 2017|fire hazard, Personal Injury, recall, recalls|0 Comments

Car Seats: When Is It Time to Buy the Next Type?

Choosing the correct car seat for your child’s age and size can potentially save their life in the event of a crash. So how do you know when it’s time to buy the next type of car seat? A new crash test from Consumer Reports and a new California law may have changed some of […]

Recall Notice: HP, IKEA, and Bolton Furniture

Make sure you know what to do to keep your family safe if you own a HP laptop, an IKEA MYSINGSÖ beach chair, or a Bolton Furniture Two Over Two 4-drawer Dresser (sold at retailers like Target, Amazon, ToysRUs, and Wayfair).

 
HP Laptop Batteries:

HP recently added another 101,000 laptop batteries to their previous recall last June. A […]

Car Accident Aftermath: 7 Steps to Follow After a Crash

Unfortunately, a car accident can happen to anyone. Even a safe driver can get distracted for a few seconds and not see another car coming in time to stop. According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) there are nearly 3,000 fatal car crashes each year in the state of California alone. Though right […]

Airbag Recall Alert: Is Your Car Safe?

Takata airbags installed in millions of U.S. vehicles across over 30 brands are now subject to a massive recall. Affected vehicles may contain defective, potentially deadly airbag inflators.

Last month, a 17-year-old from Texas died in a low-speed collision when the Takata airbag inflator inside the steering wheel exploded and launched shrapnel straight at her. Unfortunately, […]

Stay Safe in the Bike Lane

 

With the on and off rainy weather we’ve been having, we all want to take advantage of those few beautiful sunny days by going outside. The better the weather, the more people there are getting back out in the bike lanes.

According to the DMV, more than 100 people are killed every year in bicycle accidents […]

Rainy Weather in California? Stay Safe!

The CHP logged 110 car crashes along LA freeways on Monday’s rainy commute. For perspective, compare that to only 7 logged last Monday when weather conditions were fine.

It’s not a myth that rainy weather increases the number of accidents on the road, and it’s easy to understand why: decreased visibility, slick roads, and heavy winds […]

How will the new laws affect Californians?

Starting the new year, Californians are also facing new changes in the law. According to the LA Times, the following law changes will affect Californians in the following ways:

Driving:

If your child is under the age of two, they must sit in a rear-facing car seat.
If an individual is convicted of a DUI, they […]

Is Your Family Practicing Toy Safety?

The holiday season brings new memories, shared meals, and new toys for children. In order to have a safe experience with these new holiday toys, it is essential for parents to practice toy safety. According to Safe Kids Worldwide, “188,400 children under the age of 15 years were seen in emergency departments for toy-related injuries […]

California: The Worst State for Drivers

The golden state is the worst state for drivers, according to a new study released by Bankrate.com. “On average, California drivers face longer commute times than drivers in all other states besides New York and Massachusetts” . Overall, Americans spend an average of 17,600 minutes (12 full days) driving. Moreover, owning a vehicle is costing […]