Products Liability-Summer Toys Safety Concerns

As the Fourth of July weekend approaches, we are reminded that summer is officially here! Although the summer months are usually filled with fun in the sun, it also leads to an increase in products liability concerns. World Against Toys Causing Harm, Inc., (W.A.T.C.H.) reminds us today that there are many summer toy products on the… read more

An Overview: Strict Products Liability

You have probably heard of products liability in the context of broken toys, defective cars and medication side-effects. The basic gist is that if a company produces or sells a product that is defective, that company should be liable for any injuries they cause. Two broad theories regarding products liability cases are negligence and strict…. read more

Cheerleading and its connection to brain injuries

When one thinks of brain injuries, they think about football, boxing and martial arts ? not cheerleading. Unfortunately, a study that was published in the Journal of Pediatrics found that cheerleaders are among the most likely to underreport a brain injury. Underreporting brain injuries is serious because it could lead to further long-term damage. This… read more