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Recently, an Indio driver was injured and his passenger killed when the driver’s truck was involved in a rollover accident on Interstate 10, east of Monterey Avenue. The driver’s Toyota Tundra was in the middle of three lanes heading east on I-10 when, for reasons unknown, the driver abruptly turned
Concussions have received a lot of attention in the media recently, especially with the furor over the high incidence of concussions in the National Football League. However, a few of herbal products have been trying to capitalize on this increased concern over developer concussions, by marketing natural and herbal “remedies”
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is projecting a drop in the number of car accident fatalities recorded in the first quarter of 2014 verus the first quarter of 2013.
According to the estimates, approximately 6,800 people died in auto accidents across
You don’t expect children to be to be injured when they’re sitting in their comfortable beanbags watching their favorite television shows. However, the federal administration recently announced a recall of a line of beanbags after two fatalities were linked to these products.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission in
Almost any athlete knows that playing sports comes with the risk of injuries. A person need only look at the regular San Diego Chargers injury report to see the wide variety of injuries these professional athletes suffer, which can include damage to ribs, hamstrings, groin, ankles, and more. Many
Three years ago, the federal Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) launched its Consumer Product Safety Database. The database is a place for the everyday consumer to post some of the dangerous issues they have had with different products on the market. Infant slings that cause asphyxiation, powered lawn mowers