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Long Island & Queens, New York Negligent Supervision, Defective Product & Accident Lawyer Blog


The blog by published author of the Free book on New York accident claims, "Why Most Accident Victims Do Not Recover the Full Value of Their Claim," as well as the New Yorker's guide to defective product claims, "Why Are There So Few Successful Defective Products Lawsuits?" is intended to educate the general public about issues of interest, particularly innovations and changes in the law, in the areas of school negligence (and/or negligent supervision), construction accidents, slip and/or trip and fall accidents, auto accidents, and, of course, defective or dangerous products.

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1/1/2016
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What You Can Do Under New York Law When You're Sold Defective Goods

In Bimini Boat Sales, Inc. v. Luhrs Corp., plaintiff Bimini, a retail boat dealer, bought a fishing boat from boat manufacturer Luhrs, intending to resell the boat to the general public.

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3/13/2014
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Graco Adds 403,000 Car Seats to Recall - & May Not Be Done

Earlier today, Graco added to its car seat recall - and it appears that the recall may become even larger, explains NY product recall attorney Jonathan Cooper

Category: Defective Products

2/26/2014
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Kraft Singles, Subway & Hot Pockets Food Recalls at Comedy Central

It's not every day that you can get your food recall information at Comedy Central, explains New York defective product recall attorney Jonathan Cooper.

Category: Defective Products

1/22/2014
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Fire Hazard Prompts Sears & Kmart to Recall Oscillating Fan Heaters

Following reports of 7 of these oscillating fan units catching fire, Sears and Kmart issued a product recall, in conjunction with the CPSC.

Category: Defective Products

12/3/2013
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Strangulation Hazard Prompts Angelcare Recall of 600,000 Baby Monitors

Following two infant deaths, Angelcare of Canada voluntarily recalled 600,000 of its baby monitors.

Category: Defective Products

10/9/2013
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Dehumidifiers Recalled After $2 Million in Property Damage Repored,

China-based manufacturer Gree was forced to recall 12 brands of dehumidifiers after receiving reports of fire and shock hazards

Category: Defective Products

10/1/2013
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Flammability Violation Prompts Children's Place to Recall Pajamas

On September 17, 2013, the Children's Place voluntarily recalled nearly 40,000 pajamas that failed to meet Federal flammability requirements.

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7/18/2013
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When School Negligence & Defective Products Law Collide

There are some occasions when the law regarding school negligence and defective products intersect, explains a NY school injury & defective products lawyer

Category: Defective Products

6/28/2013
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For July 4, Some Scary Statistics About Fireworks

Long Island, NY defective product lawyer Jonathan Cooper discusses some published statistics regarding fireworks.

Category: Defective Products

4/30/2013
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Sudden Acceleration in Toy Scooters Prompts Product Recall

Apparently, sudden acceleration problems aren't limited to cars; they now include the toy car market, explains NY defective product lawyer Jonathan Cooper.

Category: Defective Products

2/14/2013
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Risk of Ingestion By Small Children Leads to Recall of Toy Magnetic Balls

Amazon recently recalled its high-powered toy magnetic balls due to a risk of ingestion by small children.

Category: Defective Products

1/20/2013
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Hy Cite Recalls Over 1.7 Million Pots Due to Fire Hazard

After receiving over 1,100 complaints that its cookware had failed, Hy Cite was compelled to voluntarily recall its Thermal Wall cookware, explains Jonathan Cooper

Category: Defective Products

9/4/2012
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Just Buying a Defective Product in NY Doesn't Mean You've Hit Lotto

Just because you bought a defective product in NY doesn't mean you've hit the proverbial jackpot, explains Long Island, NY defective product lawyer Jonathan Cooper

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8/15/2012
Jonathan Cooper
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Over 1 Million Bumbo Baby Seats Recalled Due to Fall Hazard

After a series of injuries to small babies, Bumbo has recalled its infant seats, explains Long Island, NY defective product lawyer Jonathan Cooper.

Category: Defective Products

5/20/2012
Jonathan Cooper
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Safety 1st Forced to Issue Another Recall for Defective Child Safety Locks

Long Island, New York product safety lawyer Jonathan Cooper discusses how Safety 1st was forced to issue yet another recall of its child safety locks.

Category: Defective Products

3/27/2012
Jonathan Cooper
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Safety 1st Recalls Over 900,000 Defective Child Safety Locks

After receiving hundreds of complaints, Safety 1st is forced to recalls over 900,000 defective child safety locks.

Category: Defective Products

2/5/2012
Jonathan Cooper
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Fire Hazard Prompts HP to Issue Product Recall of More Than 1 Million Fax Machines

Fire hazards are not limited to household kitchen items (or cell phones, computers or car batteries), explains Long Island, NY product recall attorney Jonathan Cooper.

Category: Defective Products

12/14/2011
Jonathan Cooper
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Ignoring Order, NY Company Sold Mattresses Violating Flammability Laws

Ever wonder what would happen if a manufacturer ignored the CPSC's direction to recall a product? Nassau County, NY product liability lawyer Jonathan Cooper exp

Category: Defective Products

10/10/2011
Jonathan Cooper
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One Reason That Manufacturers Will Promptly Recall a Defective Product

Did you ever wonder why a manufacturer would voluntarily recall one of its products? Long Island, NY product recall & defective product attorney explains.

Category: Defective Products

8/1/2011
Jonathan Cooper
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Offered Full Damages for Defective Dryer, NY Insurer Still Says No

Long Island, New York defective dryer and products liability attorney Jonathan Cooper discusses how one insurer refused a manufacturer's offer to pay in full.

Category: Defective Products

7/7/2011
Jonathan Cooper
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Baseball Gloves Recalled Due to Mold Concerns

Long Island & Queens, NY product recall attorney Jonathan Cooper discusses a recent consumer product recall involving baseball & softball gloves due to mold.

Category: Defective Products

6/23/2011
Jonathan Cooper
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Following Several Burn Incidents, Pourable Fuel Gels Recalled

Long Island, NY defective products lawyer Jonathan Cooper discusses a recent safety recall of pourable fuel gel in response to several burn incidents.

Category: Defective Products

5/6/2011
Jonathan Cooper
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Lead Paint Violation Prompts Product Recall of Toy Story 3 Bowling Game

After finding that its Toy Story 3 Bowling Game violated permissible lead paint levels, G.A. Gertmenian and Sons, LLC voluntarily recalled its product.

Category: Defective Products

5/3/2011
Jonathan Cooper
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Study Finds That More Than 25% of Kids Unbuckle Car Seats - While Car Is Moving

Long Island & Queens, NY car accident lawyer Jonathan Cooper discusses a recent Yale study with disturbing findings about the shortcomings of our car seats.

Category: Defective Products

3/31/2011
Jonathan Cooper
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High School Pitcher's Brain Injury May Lead to Improved School Sports Safety

In response to a traumatic brain injury on a baseball field, a company has developed a pitcher's helmet. For additional information, please call 516-791-5700.

Category: Defective Products