New Jersey Burn Injuries

Fire, Explosions Or Even Hot Surfaces Can Result in Life-Changing Damages Most non-lawyers think of car accidents when the phrase “personal injury” is invoked, but some of the most severe and damaging injuries have relatively simple but destructive causes. According to the United States Fire Administration, the U.S. experienced 364,500 residential fires in 2011 (the most […]

Spartan Motors to Recall Mobile Homes with defective Suspension

Spartan Motors Safety Recall: Incorrect Wheel Bearings may cause Wheel Fire If you own a recalled Spartan motor home, stop using it immediately.  The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) announced a recall for certain Spartan model year 2012-2013 K2, K3, and MM motor homes.  According to the NHTSA website: Spartan Motors, Inc. (Spartan) is recalling certain […]

BlueStar Wall Ovens Recalled Due to Fire Hazard

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) Recalls Hazardous BlueStar Wall Ovens If you own a recalled oven, stop using it immediately.  The recalled ovens have a known fire hazard that needs to be repaired before it can be used again. Some of the wall ovens have damaged flexible gas appliance connectors and/or have been improperly installed.  There has been at least one report […]

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