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Are Warning Labels Enough to Protect Toy Manufacturers in the Case of Children’s’ Injuries?

For any toys manufactured for children under the age of fourteen, the CPSCA (Consumer Product Safety Consumer Act), along with the Consumer Product Safety Commission, sets strict standards for product design and safety. Federal regulation and legislation provide a very … Continue reading

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The Three Largest Ford Automobile Recalls in History

Based out of Detroit, Michigan, Ford Motor Company manufacturers various model cars, sports utility vehicles, and trucks, all at economy-based prices. Ford Motor Company has been a trusted vehicle manufacturer in the United States since the early 1900’s. But over … Continue reading

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Product Recalls that Have Gone Down in History

Product recalls happen when manufacturers introduce a new product or commodity to the market for resale, but the product is defective and dangerous in some way. Manufacturers these days are in high competition and always in a rush when it … Continue reading

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