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April 2013 Archives

Colorado pet owners may have purchased a dangerous product

Pet owners in Colorado that purchased products for their pets that are manufactured by Natura Pet Products may need to know that a recent recall by the company has been expanded to include more products. People may not stop to consider that the pet food they are buying is a dangerous product. However, the current recall by Natura pet products is for possible salmonella contamination.

Defective product may have been used on Colorado knee patients

Knee replacement recipients in Colorado may need to know that Stryker Corp. voluntarily recalled its ShapeMatch Cutting Guides after receiving complaints that the products were dangerous. The defective product may not have been manufactured correctly. The Food and Drug Administration has categorized the recall of this product as a Class 1.

Colorado product liability: USDA issues recall of Farm Rich foods

Colorado consumers depend on the fact that the food products they buy are safe to eat. In this day and age, there shouldn't be a question as to whether or not a food is contaminated. Unfortunately, mistakes do still happen. For instance, the USDA has issued a recall for frozen foods that are manufactured by Rich Products Corporation and distributed under the name Farm Rich. The company could be facing numerous product liability claims as a result of the contamination of the products that are subject to the recall.

Bicycle accidents: Promising life cut short in Colorado

It is important to remember those who have passed away in a local community, especially the young ones who were not able to live out their lives to their full potential. One community in Colorado is doing just that by creating a memorial sign to remember a graduate student who was killed as he was walking across a street with his bicycle, close to the university he used to attend. This is just one of many bicycle accidents caused by collisions with motor vehicles. Unfortunately, this one resulted in the death of a young man with a promising future.

Young, unlicensed drivers cause car accidents in Colorado

Although driving laws for teenagers vary by state, there is a general consensus in all areas of the country. The early teenage years are too young to drive because these drivers are likely to be involved in car accidents. This idea has been further supported by a car accident in Colorado. Five teenagers were treated at area hospitals after they were injured in a single-car accident.

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