The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is an independent federal regulatory agency formed in 1972 with a mission to protect the public against unreasonable risks of injury or death from consumer products through education, safety standards activities, regulation, and enforcement. Continue reading “Consumer Product Safety Commission Reports Unsafe Products”
An infant-size, faux-cheetah-fur jacket is posing a risk because the snaps on the front of the jacket can detach and are a choking hazard to young children. Continue reading “Infant Faux-Fur Jacket Recalled Due to Choking Hazard”
The common bile duct is a small, tube-like structure formed where the common hepatic duct and the cystic duct join. Its role is to carry bile from the gallbladder and empty it into the upper part of the small intestine. The common bile duct is part of the biliary system. Continue reading “Common Bile Duct and Iatrogenic Injury”
Pacemakers are commonly implanted medical devices that help control abnormal heart rates associated with certain cardiac conditions. But despite their intended life-saving properties, pacemakers don’t always function as intended. Continue reading “Defective Pacemakers: Life-Saving Devices can Pose Deadly Risks”
Powered by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Safercar.gov is a great resource for consumers to review all vehicle facts including; crash ratings, recalls and investigations, complaints and defects, car seats, safety technologies and tire safety. Continue reading “Safercar Offers Diverse Resources for Consumers”
Tulsa World reports – A program designed to crack down on uninsured drivers through the use of automatic license plate scanning technology has located thousands of violations in the first weeks of its deployment. About 2,100 uninsured vehicle violation notice letters will be sent to registered owners in coming days, said Amanda Arnall Couch, prosecutor for the Uninsured Vehicle Enforcement Diversion Program, a unit of the Oklahoma District Attorneys Council. Continue reading “Oklahoma Uninsured Motorists: New Technology”
In 2011, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) estimated that hospital emergency rooms across the country treated 262,300 toy-related injuries. And, 74 percent of those injuries were to children under the age of 15. In fact, more than 92,000 were to those under 5 years of age. When choosing your gifts this holiday season, choose safety as a priority. Continue reading “Make Safety a Priority When Shopping This Holiday Season”
What is a stroke?
A stroke, sometimes called a “brain attack,” occurs when blood flow to an area in the brain is cut off. The brain cells, deprived of the oxygen and glucose needed to survive, die. If a stroke is not caught early, permanent brain damage or death can result. Continue reading “Stroke Misdiagnosis”
The personal injury lawyers at the Carr & Carr Attorneys At Law represent individuals who have been hurt or treated unfairly. At Carr & Carr, each lawyer fights for the rights of the individual. We are dedicated to representing individuals and their families.
Beyond the commitment to the injured and the commitment to justice, Carr & Carr has a passion to give back to the community and get involved. Pat Carr has been a runner for many years and sees many homeless people during his runs around Tulsa. He decided to become more involved in the assistance of groups who help the homeless. Continue reading “Carr & Carr Gives Back to the Tulsa Community”
Electric scooters have become popular all across the country. These scooters are used on college campuses for students, downtown for business personnel and in entertainment districts for quick transportation that was previously a walk, Uber or cab ride. Continue reading “Electric Scooters in Oklahoma”