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Child injury cases are rising in bounce houses

Playing is natural for children. There are businesses that make a fortune providing playing facilities and equipment for children. In Austin, Texas and elsewhere, the installation of equipment in malls, playgrounds and parks have become quite common. Parents often install them in their backyards also. However, people should be aware that defective or poorly installed playing equipment is much more…
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Unlawful drug marketing may entail product liability lawsuit

Austin residents might be aware of the possibly devastating outcomes of defective medicines. Many people experience painful side effects and other illnesses due to the use of faulty medicinal products. Drug manufacturers who violate manufacturing and marketing regulations may face a product liability lawsuit. The government may also impose fines for involvement in unlawful manufacturing and marketing practices. In a bid to…
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Will Texas meningitis case spark a product liability lawsuit?

When receiving prescription drugs — at the hospital or pharmacy — it’s not unreasonable for consumers in Austin to believe that they are safe when used as directed. The recent outbreak of fungal meningitis due to the use of tainted prescription steroids across the nation is enough to disrupt that expectation and keep patients on edge. Now, the problem has…
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