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Laura Rivas

BIO Ms. Laura Rivas was born in San Antonio, Texas but grew up in the greater Dallas area in Allen, Texas. Laura obtained her Bachelor of Science degree from Texas A&M University in 2012. Laura went to work in the biochemistry field for a year after graduating from college, but quickly decided that she wanted to transition her career into …

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Dallas Judge Stands Up To Toyota Over Product Defect Documents

By shamieh law | On

Judge Rules to Make Defective Product Documents Public When you buy a product from a store or online, you assume it will be safe to use. Unfortunately, defective products are sold every single day, leading to serious injuries and unnecessary harm. Nearly any type of consumer product can have a potentially dangerous defect, from electronics to toys and auto parts. …

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Airbag Failure

Victims of an airbag failure need an experienced product defect attorney. Automobile airbags were heralded as a lifesaving device when first introduced in the 1990s–and for the most part, airbag technology delivered on this promise. When airbags work properly in auto accidents, they save lives and reduce injuries. But when there is an airbag failure due to botched inflators, advanced …

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Fidget Spinner Accident

Victims of a fidget spinner accident need an experienced product defect attorney. Fidget spinners were originally designed to help kids with ADHD, anxiety, and autism focus – but they have since captured the attention of kids and adults all over the world. They are made of metal or plastic, with three flat lobes that rotate around a ball-bearing axis. With …

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Product Defects

Bringing manufacturers and sellers to justice for all injuries due to manufacturing and design defects. According to the National Electronic Injury Surveillance System, there are approximately 400,000 product-related injury reports annually. This represents an estimate of over 14 million product-related injuries treated in hospital and emergency departments each year. No one should have to worry about injury after purchasing a …