New claims were filed against Harley-Davidson Motor Company alleging that the company knowingly sold thousands of motorcycles with defects in their anti-lock braking systems (ABS). The models listed in the suit are the 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010 Touring and CVO Touring models.
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According to Injury Facts, the leading cause of unintentional injury for youth (ages 15 – 24) is being struck by another person or object. When a blow occurs to the head, the young adult can suffer a concussion or brain injury.
We recently shared a post about protecting yourself from IRS scams, which is worth looking at especially as tax season is in full swing. But we’d like to make you aware of another great online resource that provides people with a wide range of information about fraud and scam protection — the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) website. This site has an entire section filled with information about fraud and scams — everything from identity theft and phishing, to elder financial … Continued
When a couple divorces or separates, or an issue of legal paternity arises, a guardian ad litem (GAL) is appointed by a judge to represent the best interests of the child/children in instances where the parents cannot come to an agreement about legal custody or physical placement of the children. A GAL also can be appointed by the court if the judge has concerns about the welfare of a child or in cases involving monetary settlement for an injury to … Continued
In December 2018, the American National Standards Institute approved an updated voluntary safety standard for window coverings, stating that window coverings be cordless, have cords 8” or less, or have inaccessible cords. The standard also calls for more warning tags that highlight the strangulation hazard posed by corded blinds and curtains. This new standard was adopted in an effort to reduce strangulations of young children. If your window coverings do have cords, and you have young children, the U.S. Consumer … Continued