Monthly Archives: May 2016

Takata Airbag Recalls What was already the biggest auto recall in the nation has now doubled in size. Takata, which is one of the largest airbag makers in the world, has recently recalled an additional 35-40 million airbag inflators in the U.S. This number is in addition to the 28.8 million airbags which have already […]

Risks of Talcum Powder Use When many people think of talcum powder they picture babies, diapers and baby powder.  Some may even recall Johnson & Johnson’s slogan, “Just a sprinkle a day helps keep odor away,” which promoted their talcum powder product Shower to Shower.  Products like these which seem safe and wholesome have been […]

Car Seat Safety Mother’s Day is a day in which we celebrate and honor our mothers and motherhood.  Whether you are a first time Mom or a veteran, keeping your child safe while riding in a vehicle is top priority.  According to the Department of Motor Vehicles, Florida Child Car Seat Safety Laws, “It is […]

Motor Vehicle Accident Attorney Motor vehicle accidents are a common occurrence across the U.S.  In fact, according to the Florida DMV, there are more than 200,000 car accidents in Florida annually.  These accidents result in thousands of injuries and fatalities each year, some of which probably could be prevented.  Auto accidents can be caused by […]

Zofran Birth Defects Morning sickness is nausea that is experienced by many women during pregnancy.  At times this sickness can become so severe that expectant mothers seek help from their physician to help alleviate the symptoms.  Zofran, or ondansetron, is a popular prescription drug which has been used to treat severe morning sickness and nausea.  […]

Texting and Driving PSA Contest Winner Announced The law firm of Goldstein, Buckley, Cechman, Rice & Purtz sponsored a Texting and Driving PSA Contest for local high school students. The contest was part of the law firm’s Put the Phone Down (http://www.putthephonedown.org/) campaign that began in 2013. The winning entry was submitted by Stefan Hustrulid, a freshman […]