There are dangers lurking in every household in America. Children are particularly vulnerable to these dangers. These hazards are unsecured furniture, appliances, and televisions that can tip over and seriously injure or kill a child. Between 2000 and 2010, there were 245 reported deaths of children under the age of 8 due to tip-over incidents….

Zantac has been recalled for containing a cancer-causing compound. Contact the personal injury firm of Mattiacci Law today if you believe you have developed cancer after taking Zantac.

E-Cigarette Burns

E-cigarettes are growing in popularity amongst young people everywhere, and so are the number of burns and product liability lawsuits associated with them. A growing number of people in New Jersey and Pennsylvania have been using e-cigarettes, or electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS), which has subsequently resulted in a rise in concern about the overall…

Proving Older Products Are Defective

Proving older products are defective in a product liability case can be difficult. However, it is possible with the right arguments. The key to any such case is showing that the product was defective at the time it was designed or sold. Evidence that safer alternative designs were available when the product was designed, manufactured…

Mattiacci Law Recovers $365,000 For Child In Defective Elevator Case

The personal injury firm of Mattiacci Law recently recovered $365,000 for a young child in a defective elevator case. A 3 year old child’s hand was caught by an elevator door and was cut open. The child sustained a serious laceration to her hand. Mattiacci Law aggressively pursued the case against the elevator installer and…

  • February 25, 2016
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Ford Transit Wagon Recall And F-150 Recall

A recall was issued for Ford Transit Wagon and Ford F-150 models Ford Motor Co. has issued a recall for the 2015 and 2016 model year Ford Transit Wagon due to defective rear seat belts. According to Ford, the rear seat belts can fail to latch properly if any heavy object is placed on top…

  • October 27, 2014
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You can find a list of the vehicles affected by the recent airbag recall here. The list includes the following models: Note: The list below corrects the list that accompanied NHTSA’s Oct. 20 advisory, which incorrectly included certain vehicles. The numbers cited for potentially affected vehicles below are subject to change and adjustment because there may be…

Soft drink manufacturers Coca-cola and PepsiCo are working to remove the chemical ingredient BVO from their soft drinks. This is a welcome move if these manufacturers do remove this chemical from their products. What is BVO? BVO stands for brominated vegetable oil. BVO is patented as a flame retardant and is not approved for human consumption in…