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Britax Recalls Child Safety Seats Due to Choking Hazard

Britax Child Safety, Inc. (Britax) initiated a recall of child safety seats due to a potential choking hazard for infants from a center tab located on the chest clip. The center tab is marked “ABS” and if broken, may increase […]

FDA requires new amputation warning on popular diabetes drug

Type-2 Diabetes patients take heed: brand name diabetes drugs Invokana, Invokamet, and Invokamet XR must now include a new safety label warning about the increased risk of foot and leg amputations while taking the drug, according to the FDA. Last […]

Social Security upgrades its “social” security

In this era of security breaches and identify theft, the Social Security Administration (SSA) is taking additional steps to secure your first and most important identifier, your Social Security Number and social security information. Beginning June 10, 2017, the SSA […]

4 Automakers Agree to Pay $553 Million To Settle Takata Air Bag Claims

Four of the world’s largest automakers have agreed to settle economic damage claims caused by exploding Takata air bags and their subsequent recall. Toyota, BMW, Subaru and Mazda will pay more than $553 Million to settle a class-action lawsuit for […]

Don’t Let Facebook Wreck Your Car Accident Claim

Most people use social media to share details about their lives with friends, especially after big events. If you are involved in a car accident in Kentucky, you may be tempted to share news of the accident with your social […]

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