Monthly Archives: June 2013

Ohio ATV Accident Statistics: Hundreds of Ohioans Die in Ohio ATV Accidents

In Ohio, riding ATVs are a year round past-time, but as Ohio ATV Accident statistics will show Ohio ATV’s can also…
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Nap Nanny Recall Following Settlement with the Consumer Product Safety Commission

A Nap Nanny Recall has been issued for 165,000 Nap Nanny and Nap Nanny Chill baby recliners following a settlement between…
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Three Ohio Drivers Sue Ford Over EcoBoost Engine

Three Ohioans have filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Columbus, Ohio against Ford Motors alleging that the V-6 EcoBoost…
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EcoBoost Engine Problems Spark Investigations by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Wright & Schulte Report

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) Is Probing 95 Consumer Complaints of Ford 3.5-Liter V6 EcoBoost Engine’s over Complaints of Power…
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C8 Lawsuit Information Facebook Page Wright & Schulte Launch

The law firm of Wright & Schulte LLC has created a C8 Lawsuit Information page on Facebook dedicated to providing the…
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Ohio Truck Accidents: Texting Truck Drivers 23 Times More Likely to Crash

A recent fatal Ohio truck accident on I-70 in Columbus, Ohio underscores the increased risks and potentially deadly consequences of Ohio…
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Chrysler Says No To Jeep Cherokee Recall of 2.7M SUV’s

Chrysler is rejecting a request by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to a Jeep Cherokee Recall of about 2.7…
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Costco Frozen Berry Mix Recall Issued Following Hepatitis A Outbreak

Costco frozen berry mix recall issued at Costco and Harris Teeter supermarkets has been linked to a Hepatitis A outbreak and…
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Blood Alcohol Limits Could Be Lowered to 0.05% for DUI on Recommendation of Federal Agency

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has issued several recommendations to reduce the blood alcohol limits for drivers in every state…
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