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What is Product Liability and why do I need it?
 
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Does your business manufacture or produce goods? Find out in this short video how Product Liability Insurance can help. http://www.directlineforbusiness.co.uk/knowledge-centre/understanding-business-insurance/product-liability-insurance PRODUCT LIABILITY INSURANCE – Part of our Home Business Insurance Why do I need product liability? Does your business produce or manufacture goods? Or supply products to consumers? If those products fail, aren’t safe or fit for purpose For example, Electrical goods catching fire Furniture collapsing on first use Or if food you serve causes somebody to get ill You could end up facing legal action Product Liability insurance covers your business Against any legal costs or compensation Awarded to the a third partyperson making a claim against your company should one of your products cause them harm. Do I have to have this? No – it’s not a legal requirement Nobody deliberately creates faulty products And while you might be complying with health and safety laws Accidents can happen And as there is no fixed upper limit to how much a claim can be… Having product liability insurance If someone does claim, it could mean the difference between success and failure for your business
Defective Product Claims: Theories of Liability
 
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See full article at (https://injury-pedia.com/defective-product-claims-theories-liability/) If you were injured by a defective product that you used, you may have a claim against the seller, manufacturer, or someone else involved in the distribution chain. In defective product cases there are 4 theories of liability that are frequently used, and if you understand the 4 theories it may help you to make a decision about pursuing the claim. The theories are: •Breach of warranty •Breach of implied warranty •Strict products liability •Intentional fraud or misrepresentation Breach of Warranty Also known as a ‘Breach of express warranty’, this refers to the warranty or the guarantee that comes with the product as standard. If the defect breached the warranty you might have a claim. An express warranty is usually written or stated and they can appear on the product’s packaging or label, in the paperwork or instructions that may have come with the product. Warranties can also be found in product advertising, marketing materials, or even on signs in stores. Breach of Implied Warranty If you purchased a product that was later to be found defective but it did not have a warranty it may still be covered by what is known as ‘Implied warranties’, and the defect could still breach the implied warranties. An implied warranty refers to the warranty that is applied to the product by law. The warranty does not have to be guaranteed by the seller of the product or even by the manufacturer. However, state law imposes implied warranties on the manufacturers and the suppliers of the products. As with every product that’s been manufactured, an implied warranty will depend on the product that has a defect. Although the warranties may differ between states, there are 2 types of warranties, implied warranty of merchantability, and implied warranty of fitness for a particular purpose. Implied Warranty of Merchantability This refers to a guarantee that any product you buy is somewhat fit for its purpose. Let’s imagine that you have purchased a microwavable bowl, and after placing it in the microwave for a few minutes the bowl cracks and causes you injury. Due to the injury that you suffered and that the product did not work as it should have, you may have a claim. Implied Warranty of Fitness for a Particular Purpose This refers to another obligation that the seller takes on when they put a product up for sale, knowing that it is intended to be used in a particular way. When the seller purchases the product they are guaranteeing that it is fit for the purpose. Strict Products Liability Strict products liability is used when a manufacturer, for example, has been found negligent. When the manufacturer has been found negligent they could be found liable irrespective of the steps it had taken to reduce the likelihood of an accident. When a manufacturer, a seller, or supplier, for example, has been found negligent you will not need to prove that they did not take care when they were making the product. You will only have to show that the product you purchased was defective and that your injury was caused by the defect. In their defense, the manufacturer, supplier, or seller may argue that the product was not dangerous. They may also argue that you should have been aware of any danger and that you should have done what you could to avoid it. They may also try to argue that the product defect did not cause your injury. However, if you can make a claim, basing it on strict products liability, the defendant won’t be able to argue that they were very careful when they distributed or made the product. Many states tend to vary in their application of strict product's liability, meaning that this theory may not apply to every case. How a Lawyer can help with your Claim If you were injured by a defective product you should be aware that a product liability case could be complicated. However, depending on your claim you may receive a large settlement. A product liability lawyer could help you with your claim, helping you to navigate the often complicated world of defective product claims. For all your personal injury needs check out https://injury-pedia.com
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Products Liability
 
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Greg Bentley speaking on Products Liability When purchasing a product, whether it's an electronic cigarette, a necessary medication, a new car, a children's toy, or any other product, consumers have a right to expect that item to be safe and fit for its intended purpose. But many times, be it from a battery explosion, an undisclosed side effect, or some other defect, products can cause untold injuries. In California, entities ranging from the manufacturer, to the distributor, to the ultimate retailer can be held accountable for the injuries caused by their products. Bentley & More, LLP is at the national forefront of seeking recovery for individuals injured by defective products, including the first verdict in the country against an electronic cigarette distributed and retailer for the burns and trauma caused by an exploding e-cig. Let us fight on your behalf for your just compensation, and help tell your story, together. https://www.bentleymore.com/products-liability
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Ch. 8: Liability for Defective Products A. Introduction
 
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TO USE OR PRINT this presentation click : http://videosliders.com/r/177 ============================================================== Ch. 8: Liability for Defective ProductsA. Introduction A person is injured by a product and sues the manufacturer, or the retailer who sold the product. What legal theories are available to support recovery? ,Ch. 8: Liability for Defective ProductsA. Introduction A person is injured by a product and sues the manufacturer, or the person who sold the product. What legal theories are available to support recover? negligence theories contract theories: breach of warranty other tort theories: fraud, or misrepresentation strict product liability ,Negligence – based theories MacPherson v. Buick Motor Co. Wheel maker sells wheel to Buick, who sells car to Retailer, who sells car to Plaintiff, who is injured when wheel collapses P’s theory: rsble inspection by Buick would have revealed defect. sues ,Negligence – based theories MacPherson v. Buick Motor Co. Buick: No duty: no privity! No duty to inspect: bought from reputable manufacturer. ,Negligence – based theories MacPherson v. Buick Motor Co. “if the nature of a thing is such that it is reasonably certain to place life and limb in peril when negligently made, it is a thing of danger. . . . If to the element of danger, there is added knowledge that the thing will be used by persons other than the purchaser, and used without new tests, then irrespective of contract, the manufacturer of this thing of danger is under a duty to make it carefully.” ,Negligence – based theories Applying MacPherson to our problem, what are the legal issues? As to duty: Would there be a duty on the tire manufacturer, as opposed to Ford? Is the danger “not merely possible, but probable”? Was there knowledge that the product would be used by persons other than the purchaser? Was there knowledge that the product would be used without new tests? ,Negligence – based theories Applying MacPherson to our problem, what are the legal issues? As to breach? What are the “untaken precautions”? Mismanufactured? Failure to inspect and discover flaw? Poor design? Failure to warn? ,If the plaintiff’s theory is that the tires that had tread separation were mismanufactured, what are the issues for a negligence cause of action: Was there a flaw in the tires? Can you use res ipsa? Would a reasonable inspection would have revealed the flaw? Would a reasonable manufacturing process have avoided the flaw? Does Ford’s ability to inspect or test mean Firestone had no duty? Is it an intervening cause that absolves Firestone? Does the arguable misuse of the product by consumers give Firestone a complete defense? Does it constitute comparative fault? What is the relevance of arguments that the design of the vehicles contributed to the harm? ,Contract theories: breach of warranty Note 7, p. 545. Note 4. P. 550: § 2-314. Implied Warranty: Merchantability; Usage of Trade.   (1) Unless excluded or modified . . . a warranty that the goods shall be merchantable is implied in a contract for their sale if the seller is a merchant . . . (2) Goods to be merchantable must be at least such as. . .(c) are fit for the ordinary purposes for which such goods are used ,Ch. 8: Liability for Defective Products Escola v. Coca Cola Bottling Co., Traynor, J. concurring: “ It should now be recognized that a manufacturer incurs an absolute liability when an article that he has placed on the market, knowing that it is to be used without inspection, proves to have a defect that causes injury to a human being.” ,What are the arguments for strict liability in such a case? Traynor, in Escola, p. 547: 1) placing liability “where it will most effectively reduce the hazards … inherent in defective products that reach the market.” 2) shifting the loss to the party who can best insure and spread the loss among users of the product 3) providing “general and constant protection” against a “general and constant risk” 4) liability is in effect strict anyway; res ipsa gets the plaintiff
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What is Defamation, Slander, & Libel  - Quick Lessons - Episode # 3
 
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A persons reputation is very important. Defamation can have a devastating impact on a persons reputation and impact many aspect of a persons life. Thankfully a person harmed by libel or slander has recourse. Submit your Comments below. Thanks for watching. Subscribe for more videos! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCh4U7HXC73qzCAuhu2Kmg4Q New videos are uploaded every week. Full Case: https://scholar.google.com/scholar_case?case=10183527771703896207&q=New+york+times+v.+sullivan&hl=en&as_sdt=40006 Definitions: Negligent- Carless is fulfilling responsibility. Malice- intentional commission of a wrongful act, without justification, intent to cause harm to others Privilege- power of exemption against or beyond the law. Immunity- Exemption from from a penalty or burden that the law generally requires. Intentional- Concise object. Loathsome Disease- Objectionable disease. General Damages- monetary recovery for injuries suffered Special Damages- Pecuniary compensation for an injury Publication- Making something known to the community at large. Consent- willingness that an act or an infringement of an interest shall occur. Lets Connect: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Think-LegalEase-642007932608604/?skip_nax_wizard=true Twitter: https://twitter.com/ThinkLegalease Google+: https://plus.google.com/b/117094959243749648089/117094959243749648089/about?hl=en&pageId=117094959243749648089 Email suggested topics to: [email protected] The law discussed in this video is general in nature. This video is purely intended for educational purposes. The video is not intended as a substitute for legal advice. You are highly encouraged to seek professional legal advice in your State should you find yourself dealing with the subject matter of this video. The subject matter is not specific to any individual or State law. The video is published for the sole use of education and it is solely based on the opinions and knowledge of the publisher. Sources: http://legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com
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Career Choice Series: Product Liability Defense
 
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http://ambar.org/careers In this segment, our speakers will explore what it’s like to practice in product liability defense. Product liability usually concerns claims of allegedly defective products such as automobiles, furniture, medical devices and drugs, that are claimed to have caused personal injury or death. Holly and Grant defend designers, manufacturers, distributors and sellers of commercial and consumer products. Our speakers will share with you their career paths, provide invaluable insight into what skills you’ll need to break into them, what drew them to their respective niches, the pros and cons, and what a typical day in their practice entails. Speakers: H. Grant Law, Partner, Shook, Hardy & Bacon L.L.P., San Francisco, CA Holly Polglase, Shareholder, Hermes, Netburn, O’Connor & Spearing, P.C., Boston, MA Moderator: Liz Stone, Managing Director, The Dubin Group, San Francisco, CA Sponsored by ABA Legal Career Central, Young Lawyers Division, Law Student Division, and Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section Connect with ABA Legal Career Central! http://ambar.org/careers https://www.facebook.com/ABALCC/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/aba-legal-career-central https://twitter.com/abalcc https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgleqg8YUPO-F4Uvwz3eYAA Benefits of Joining the ABA, Benefits of joining the American Bar Association, American Bar Association membership benefits, ABA member benefits, https://www.americanbar.org/, American Bar Association, American Bar association membership, American Bar Association jobs, American Bar Association conference, American Bar Association careers, American Bar Association CLEs, American Bar Association events, American Bar Association webinars, American bar Association job search, American Bar Association purpose, American Bar Association lawyers, American Bar Association training, American Bar Association online CLE, American Bar Association YouTube, American Bar Association seminars, American Bar Association sections, ABA, ABA membership, ABA jobs, ABA conference, ABA careers, ABA CLEs, ABA events, ABA webinars, ABA job search, ABA purpose, ABA lawyers, ABA training, ABA online CLE, ABA YouTube, ABA seminars, ABA sections, American Bar Association Sections, ABA Sections, ABA legal career central, Aba legal career center, American bar association law student division, American bar association young lawyers division, American Bar Association Legal Career Central, American Bar Association Legal Career Center, ABA Young Lawyers Division, ABA Law Student Division, American Bar Association Membership, ABA Membership, training for lawyers, training for attorneys, career fit for attorneys, career fit for lawyers, lawyer training, attorney training, lawyer career advice, attorney career advice, career advice for lawyers, career advice for attorneys, attorney webinars, webinars for attorneys, attorney seminars, seminars for attorneys, attorney conferences, conferences for attorneys, lawyer webinars, webinars for lawyers, lawyer seminars, seminars for lawyers, lawyer conferences, conferences for lawyers, attorney career webinars, career webinars for attorneys, lawyer career webinars, career webinars for lawyers, online CLE for lawyers, online CLE for attorneys, attorney careers, careers for attorneys, careers for lawyers, lawyer careers, American Bar Association career development, ABA career development, ABA Professional Development, American Bar Association professional development, ABA career advice, American Bar Association career advice, defective product cases, product liability cases, strict product liability cases, product liability tort, product liability negligence, product liability lawyer, consumer product attorney, defective products cases, defective car lawyer, list of defective products
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Reconstructive Animation Assists Attorney in Demonstrating Product Liability
 
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Product liability cases are significant, both in protecting future consumers and obtaining justice for an unsuspecting victim of a failed product. Attorney Timothy Trecek of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. based out of Wisconsin brought DK Global in on a tragic case in which an ill manufactured fuel cap on a riding lawn mower caused a man to be caught on fire. Read the full feature: https://dkglobal.net/eblasts/1541522753
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Product Liability Lawsuits - A Battleground with Warning Labels
 
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Clarion Safety Systems is in a unique position to supply product manufacturers, workplaces and public areas with the most up-to-date, standards compliant safety signs, labels and markings. We follow the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Z535 standards to help establish a national uniformed system for hazard recognition. ANSI was founded in 1918 where their mission is to enhance global competitiveness of business and quality of life, within the U.S. Attorney and product liability expert, Cal Burnton, explains how warnings and failure to warn is the battleground in product liability lawsuits. Tragic accidents, costly litigation, and damage to corporate reputation can be avoided by implementing effective, standards-compliant warning systems and safety labels on products and in the workplace. Contact Clarion today to learn more about how Clarion can help to meet your duty-to-warn requirements with compliant safety signs and labels: http://www.clarionsafety.com/Contact?utm_source=YT&utm_medium=Vid&utm_content=Battleground&utm_campaign=S-YT-14 Visit us online: https://www.clarionsafety.com/?utm_source=youtube.com&utm_medium=social-organic&utm_content=iso-symbols&utm_campaign=youtube2014 Connect with us: Twitter: https://twitter.com/clarionsafety Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/clarion-safety-systems Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/clarionsafety Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/clarionsafety/ Video Transcript: [00:00:04] One of the most famous product liability cases at subject of debate is the McDonald's coffee case. Everyone knows coffee is hot, however, did people realize that if you get hot coffee that's hotter than the norm on you, the hazard is such that it can cause severe skin injuries. So it wasn't that the hazard wasn't apparent, it was the severity of the harm was not readily apparent. The fact is McDonald's had hundreds of claims of very serious injuries and burns and the allegation against it was that it didn't care about the safety of people using its product. You have to have a good design but that's not going to prevent accidents from happening. Warnings and failure to warn is the battleground in product liability losses. I don't think there's been a product liability suit that's been filed where there wasn't some aspect of warnings at issue. Exhibit one in a products case should always be the safety brochures, the warning labels that accompanied the product. The company gives the user all of the information that the user needs to safely use the product. One, what is a hazard, two, what are the consequences of coming into contact of the hazard, and three, how to avoid the hazard. The fact that someone has misused the product and caused harm, then is not the fault of the company, because the company provided the information necessary to safely use the product. If the warnings and the labels are not adequate, if they're sloppily made, if they're poorly written, if they're grammatically incorrect, if they look like a legal document, it's gonna be much more difficult for the company to win the court case. If it's well done it's a huge step in resolving the case before it even gets to go to trial. The first place a manufacturer should look in trying to put out an effective and adequate warning is the ANSI Z 535 standards. [00:02:04] A-N-S-I, ANSI. It stands for the American National Standards Institute. Now ANSI Z535 is a committee within ANSI that standardizes safety signage. The overall purpose of the ANSI Z535 committee is to establish a national uniform system for hazard recognition. So people can see a sign or label or tag or a barricade tape and automatically understand that's something to do with safety. Without standardization, it would be all over the place. The ANSI Z535 committee is made up of between 40 and 45 people from all different walks of life. So they have the product manufacturers there, you've got the government bodies there, the Consumer Product Safety Commission's represented on the committee. We're using human factors research, we're using court opinions, and we're using the experience of the committee members and practically applying these standards out in the field. [00:02:58] The ANSI Z535 standard will carry weight in a court of law because it's been recognized as the standard that's required for manufacturers in designing warnings and instructions for their products. The jury will be able to assess the fact that the company was aware of the ANSI Z535 standards and took steps to meet them. The attorney for the injured party will point to those standards and will argue that a company which fails to meet the ANSI Z535 standards has acted in a negligent a careless or potentially even reckless manner. If a company wants to successfully defend itself it has to convey to a jury that it is a responsible company and a good corporate citizen. ... [00:04:32] and the damage to your corporate reputation.
What is public liability insurance?
 
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What is public liability insurance? This video is for informational purpose only.
The Management of Product Recall & Contamination Claims: Part 1
 
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In the first of a three part series on the management of product recall and contamination claims, Garry Moseley, Leader of the Food and Drink Manufacturing Practice in insurance brokers Arthur J. Gallagher and Andrew Robinson, Head of Product Liability & Recall at global loss adjusters Cunningham Lindsey pool their years of experience to discuss the management of product recall and contamination claims from the first party perspective. The content of this webinar is for general information purposes. For more specific advice bespoke to your business, please contact Arthur J. Gallagher directly. http://www.ajginternational.com
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Firearms Product Liability Insurance | Gun Manufacturers, Retailers and Firearm Business Coverage
 
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Need Firearm & Gun Industry Insurance Coverage? Call Toll Free 800-622-7370 or for more information visit https://www.products-liability-insurance.com/firearm-and-gun-products/. - General Liability Highlights - Personal and Advertising Injury Liability - ATF Proceedings Endorsement - Products and Completed Operations - First Dollar Deductibles Self-insured Retentions - Professional Liability Endorsement a must for manufacturers - Limited Product Withdrawal Expense Endorsement - Property Damage Extension Cover Gunsmith Endorsement Business Insurance Policies: - Firearms Retailers/Dealers - Firearms Wholesalers and Distributors - Firearms Manufacturing - Ammunition, Bullet and Cartridge Manufacturing - Gunsmith Operations - Indoor & Outdoor Ranges - Manufacturing and Imports - Sporting Good Manufacturing -- Bow & Arrow - Optical Goods Manufacturing - Scopes, Light Filters - Hunting/Shooting Clubs and Associations We would love to help you with coverage and offer you the most competitive quotes in the industry. Get Social With Us: LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/sadler-products-liability-insurance/products Twitter: https://twitter.com/sadlerproducts Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Products-Liability-Insurance-Risk-Management/109986874456 Give us a call today or visit our website for more information. Products Liability Website: http://www.products-liability-insurance.com/
The Management of Product Recall & Contamination Claims: Part 2
 
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In the second of a three part series on the management of product recall and contamination claims, Garry Moseley, Leader of the Food and Drink Manufacturing Practice in insurance brokers Arthur J. Gallagher and Andrew Robinson, Head of Product Liability & Recall at global loss adjusters Cunningham Lindsey pool their years of experience to discuss the management of product recall and contamination claims from the third party perspective. The content of this webinar is for general information purposes. For more specific advice bespoke to your business, please contact Arthur J. Gallagher directly http://www.ajginternational.com
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Chapter 12 (Part 1)
 
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Warranties and Product Liability Table of Contents: 00:00 - Chapter 12 (Part 1) 00:08 - Warranties in General 00:36 - Warranties of Title 01:03 - Express Warranties 02:06 - Implied Warranties of Merchantability 02:55 - Implied Warranty of Fitness for a Particular Purpose 03:53 - Implied Warranty from Prior Dealings or Trade Custom 04:01 - Overlapping Warranties 04:32 - Warranty Disclaimers 05:25 - Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act 06:30 - Lemon Laws 07:11 - Product Liability 07:32 - Product Liability (Negligence) 08:25 - Product Liability (Misrepresentation) 08:50 - Strict Product Liability 09:15 - Requirements for Strict Product Liability 09:57 - Three Types of Product Defects 10:31 - Other Applications of Strict Liability 10:43 - Defenses to Product Liability
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When To Register Your Business/ Create LLC/ Product Liability Insurance
 
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What are product liability claims? │DeMayo Law
 
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http://www.DeMayoLaw.com A product that is used for its intended purpose is expected to work without causing any injuries. When the product is defective and causes injury, that can constitute grounds for a product liability claim.
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Product liability
 
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Product liability is the area of law in which manufacturers, distributors, suppliers, retailers, and others who make products available to the public are held responsible for the injuries those products cause. Although the word "product" has broad connotations, product liability as an area of law is traditionally limited to products in the form of tangible personal property. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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What will the defendant argue against me in my California product liability case?
 
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Mike Padilla, O'Mara & Padilla, Attorneys at Law, http://www.oplawfirm.com - (619) 800-6905. California Product Liability Law FAQs: http://thelaw.tv/sandiego/Product+Liability+Law Disclaimer: http://thelaw.tv/sandiego/About/disclaimer
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Florida Product Liability Attorney Answers Prescription Drug Questions
 
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As we age, taking prescription medicines becomes a part of life,. However, there's a lot to consider before you start taking pills. Matthew Schwencke, a Florida product liability and medical malpractice attorney with the law firm Searcy Denney, answers commonly asked questions regarding prescription drugs. Matthew explains that when at a doctor's office, it's important to understand what your condition is and why your doctor is prescribing a particular medication for you. As a patient, you need to know what the medication is and how it's going to help you. You always have the right to speak to your pharmacist regarding any questions you may have about your prescription. For safety purposes, after you pick up your prescription, make sure your name is written on the prescription bottle, that the correct drug was dispensed, and read the information pamphlet that comes with your prescription to learn more about the medicine, potential side effects, and other important details. If you receive a medication that's different than the one your doctor prescribed, there's a chance you may have received the generic version of the medication, which is perfectly fine. However, speak to your pharmacist to confirm this is the case, as there are times when the wrong medication is dispensed. If you have been taking the wrong medication due to pharmaceutical mistakes, stop taking the medication immediately and contact your pharmacy as well as prescribing physician. When refilling their prescriptions, many patients often receive medications of varying colors, sizes, or shapes than they may be accustomed to and may become alarmed. Matthew explains medicines may differ in look depending on the particular pharmaceutical manufacturer that created it. Patients should always confirm with their pharmacist that they received the correct medication. Furthermore, Matthew advises patients to speak with their pharmacists to ensure the medications they are taking are not contraindicated, meaning that the medicines you take do not negatively affect one another. If you received the wrong medication and experienced harmful side effects, contact a lawyer or law firm that specializes in pharmaceutical malpractice. A Florida product liability attorney at Searcy Denney, like Matthew, can help. Visit https://www.searcylaw.com/product-liability/ to learn more or https://www.searcylaw.com/contact-us/ to schedule a consultation and discuss your options. Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart & Shipley, PA West Palm Beach Office 2139 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33409-6601 Toll-free: (800) 780-8607 Phone: (561) 686-6300 En Espanol: (800) 220-7006 Tallahassee Office The Towle House, 517 N. Calhoun St. Tallahassee, FL 32301-1231 Toll-free: (888) 549-7011 Phone: (850) 224-7600 En Espanol: (800) 220-7006
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Product Liability Lawyer in Dallas | Rasansky Law Firm
 
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When we purchase products we have an understanding that they will work for their intended purpose. Unfortunately, many defective products cause injury to consumers every year. If you believe you have been injured as a result of a defective product, call us at 214-651-6100. We are experienced Dallas product liability lawyers. https://www.jrlawfirm.com/practice-areas/product-liability/
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Product liability | Wikipedia audio article
 
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This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article: Product liability Listening is a more natural way of learning, when compared to reading. Written language only began at around 3200 BC, but spoken language has existed long ago. Learning by listening is a great way to: - increases imagination and understanding - improves your listening skills - improves your own spoken accent - learn while on the move - reduce eye strain Now learn the vast amount of general knowledge available on Wikipedia through audio (audio article). You could even learn subconsciously by playing the audio while you are sleeping! If you are planning to listen a lot, you could try using a bone conduction headphone, or a standard speaker instead of an earphone. You can find other Wikipedia audio articles too at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuKfABj2eGyjH3ntPxp4YeQ You can upload your own Wikipedia articles through: https://github.com/nodef/wikipedia-tts "The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing." - Socrates SUMMARY ======= Product liability is the area of law in which manufacturers, distributors, suppliers, retailers, and others who make products available to the public are held responsible for the injuries those products cause. Although the word "product" has broad connotations, product liability as an area of law is traditionally limited to products in the form of tangible personal property.
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How to Not Get SUED When Dropshipping (w/ Aliexpress & Shopify)
 
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Afraid of getting sued when dropshipping? Watch this video! ►► FREE - How to Make $10,000/Month: http://wholesaleted.com/4-step ►► How to Dropship from Aliexpress: https://youtu.be/2CWrd2gdTIs PLEASE NOTE: We are not lawyers, and this is not legal advice. For legal advice, please contact a lawyer. Question 1: Will you get sued if you use product images from Aliexpress suppliers? The answer to this is almost certainly no. In China, the culture around copyright is very different to the western world. In China, the culture around copyright is that if something can be easily copied and can benefit others, then that is more important than protecting the rights of a single individual. It is a cultural difference. As a result, it’s very easy to get away with piracy in China, which is why pirated movies/music/games are sold freely on the streets. In fact, Chinese manufacturers copy each other all the time. Not only do they produce the same products, they steal images from each other. If you go to Aliexpress you will see that different manufacturers are producing the same items, and they are using the same images. As a result, it is extremely unlikely that any Aliexpress supplier would try to pursue you in court for any copyright issues. If they were going to sue anyone - it would be the manufacturers that are copying them - although due to the cultural differences, that is also extremely unlikely. If you’re still worried, you can contact the Aliexpress suppliers and ask them if they are OK with you reusing their images. Question 2: How Can I Avoid Being Sued for Copyright Images? They might not care in China if you copy images - but in the west, they sure do! Even if your website is not making any money, you can still be pursued legally and sued for using images without permission - so it’s very important that you don’t use copyrighted images on your website! A good place to find images you can use is with Google Images: 1) Go to Google Images 2) Click settings. 3) Click advanced search. 4) Type in what you’re searching for. 5) Scroll down to usage rights. Select “free to use, share or modify, even commercially.” 6) Click search. You’ll be surprised at how many images you’re allowed to use! So don’t get lazy and use images that are copyrighted. Use Google to find free images you’re allowed to use. Question 3: Can I Sell Aliexpress Products that are Trademarked? No - do NOT sell products that are trademarked. For example, in the video, Sarah compares two items - one that is a generic self-stir mug, and one that is a self-stir mug with Harry Potter imagery on it. Do NOT sell the Harry Potter mug, as it is illegal. If you sell products with trademarks, you aren’t just risking getting sued - you’re risking having legal action taken against you.
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Justice For You Series #5   Products Liability
 
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Chip Nix hosts "Justice for You" - This episode features a discussion on Products Liability
When to Polish vs Compound vs Wetsand
 
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Have you ever debated whether to Polish or Compound...or maybe you need to wetsand? But how do you know how each is capable of "repairing" on the paint? In this episode, we discuss what each process accomplishes on the same scratch to better understand the capabilities and purpose of each respective technique. Hope you enjoy! AMMO Paint Regimen: http://www.ammonyc.com/shop/ammo-paint-regimen-kit/ AMMO Interior Regimen: http://www.ammonyc.com/shop/ammo-interiorregimen-kit/ AMMO Wheel Regimen: http://www.ammonyc.com/shop/ammo-wheel-regimen-kit/ For more how to car care videos & full product line: http://www.ammonyc.com Car Washing Videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLABNq41vjJ6ObPDCI0jHcuj0McRNT38tb Paint Polishing Videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLABNq41vjJ6PSStDl6rV-sVRRRMXvEPrO Drive Clean Videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLABNq41vjJ6O5MaTyVE4VLqsxGDdaBwg- Subscribe to AMMO NYC for clean cars: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=AMMONYCdotcom Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AMMOnyc/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ammonyc/ For more product info: http://www.ammonyc.com/ AMMO NYC Channel Home Page: https://www.youtube.com/user/AMMONYCdotcom If this video was helpful, please give us a THUMBS UP! Disclaimer: Due to factors beyond the control of AMMO NYC, Larry Kosilla, and Make Rain Productions, we cannot guarantee against improper use or unauthorized modifications of this information. AMMO NYC, Larry Kosilla, and Make Rain Productions assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. Use this information at your own risk. AMMO NYC, Larry Kosilla, and Make Rain Productions recommends safe practices when working on vehicles and or with tools seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of AMMO NYC, Larry Kosilla, and Make Rain Productions, no information contained in this video shall create any expressed or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage, or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or from the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not AMMO NYC, Larry Kosilla, nor Make Rain Productions.
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Product Liability: Concentrated Laundry Packets
 
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It's being reported that a 7-month-old boy died after eating a laundry detergent packet. The AAPC has an alert on laundry detergent packets and reports in 2012 poison centers received 6,231 reported exposures of highly concentrated packets of laundry detergent by children 5 or younger. The AAPC has these recommendations: The experts at your local poison center urge parents and caregivers to: Always keep detergents capped and locked up high, and out of the reach of children. Follow the instructions on the product label. Call your local poison center at 1-800-222-1222 immediately if you suspect a child has come in contact with this detergent. There is a downloadable fact sheet which I will download onto our website. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has several alerts and appears to be holding conferences to discuss the problems these packets pose to children and consumers in general. The problem appears to be these packets look like toys to children who then put them into their mouths. Orlando Sentinel, Infant dies after ingesting detergent pod , Arelis R. Hernandez reporter
Views: 33 Stephen Lombardi
Episode 1.2: An Overview of Tort Law – Intentional Torts, Negligence, and Strict Liability
 
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Professor Lindsay Wiley from American University Washington College of Law opens up Torts with a brief overview of the three main types of torts. Script was written by Prof. Lindsay Wiley, narration was done by Jackie Morrison, and visuals by Aaron Dewald
Contract Law - Chapter 22 - Warranties
 
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AudioOutlines™ are developed for law school exams and the Multistate Bar. Listen to the full Contract Law outline at https://goo.gl/5suamx Chapter 22 of Contract Law covers warranties as they exist in legal contracts. A warranty is an assurance by one party that a certain fact is true and may be relied upon by the other party. The chapter goes on to discuss in detail the three important types of warranties you need to know to master the MBE - express warranties, implied warranties of merchantability, and implied warranties of fitness for a particular purpose.
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All Up In Yo' Business: LLC or Liability Insurance
 
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This video is in response to another great question I received from one of my viewers: If I am a sole-proprietor and have a $250,000 liability insurance policy, do I still need to form my business as an LLC? Or in other words, what's the best route to protect my personal liability? An LLC or liability insurance? Now, if you are a lawyer or have ever gone to law school, you will hopefully appreciate this answer. If not, then I am sorry that you can’t be in on the inside joke. But the answer to that question really is: “It Depends.” It depends on a few factors, including the industry that you are going into and whether or not there is a lot of risk of lawsuits and liability within that industry. It also depends on your tolerance for risk. If you are willing to take a higher risk and save a little bit of money and administrative work, then it might be worth it to go one way or the other. One of the primary purposes of forming a business as an LLC is to give yourself that liability protection, so if there is any liability to the business, you as a person and as an individual are protected from that liability. So, let’s pretend that you are operating as a sole proprietor and you haven’t formed an LLC, but you have this $250,000 liability insurance policy. If you do something in the course of your business that opens you up to liability and somebody sues you, then that insurance policy is hopefully going to cover any of your liability. But, if you do something really bad and you are liable for over $250,000 worth of damages, then you will kind of be screwed since your insurance policy is only going to cover you for up to that amount. In this instance, you will be personally liable for anything on top of that amount. If, on the other hand, you formed an LLC, then it will hopefully be only the assets of the business that are at risk for that liability your personal assets will most likely be protected. So unfortunately, I can’t give a definite answer to this question since it depends on multiple factors and on your own tolerance for risk. If the likelihood of you being involved in any type of lawsuit due to your business industry is low (ie., if it’s just not very common businesses in your industry to be involved in any lawsuits), then it might be worth it to just save the money and get that insurance policy and not deal with the hassle of forming and maintaining an LLC. But, if you really want to cover your a**, then the best thing to do is to form that LLC and get that insurance policy. This way, not only would you be personally protected through the LLC, but your LLC would also have that cushion from the insurance policy. Contact Aiden and learn more at www.180lawco.com. [email protected] | 720-379-3425 Thumbs up & subscribe if you want more AUIYB! Follow Me! IG: @allupinyobusiness Twitter: @_AllUpInYoBiz www.facebook.com/180lawco www.google.com/+aidenkramerlawAUIYB www.pinterest.com/AUIYB The information provided in this video should not be construed or relied on as legal advice for any specific fact or circumstance. Its content was prepared by 180 Law Co. LLC, with its principal office located at 50 S. Steele Street, Suite 250, Denver, CO 80209. This video is designed for entertainment and information purposes only. Viewing this video does not create an attorney-client relationship 180 Law Co. LLC or any of its lawyers. You should not act or rely on any of the information contained herein without seeking professional legal advice. All Up In Yo’ Business® is a registered trademark of 180 Law Co. LLC. ©180 Law Co. LLC. All rights reserved.
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Who to Sue in a Defective Product Liability Claim
 
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See full article at (https://injury-pedia.com/sue-defective-product-liability-claim/) If you were injured by a defective product you may want to consider making a claim. Before you even begin the claim process you will have to identify who is responsible for your injuries (Who is liable), and name them as the defendants in your defective product liability claim. Identifying who may be liable is not always easy, however, you should be prepared to search for the responsible party, no matter how long it takes. If you can determine who may be responsible for your injuries you are more likely to be awarded a settlement. Although the types of defendant that could be held for liable your injuries may differ from state to state, most states recognize that the following could be held liable: The Chain of Distribution Every single party involved in the chain of distribution may be found liable. The ‘chain of distribution’ typically refers to anyone from the manufacturer of the product to the company distributing it, and the company selling it. The Manufacturer The manufacturer may be found liable regardless of the size of the company. If the defect that caused your injury is found to be part of a bigger product you may want to consider that the manufacturer of the part, and the whole product are liable. You may also want to think about anyone who was involved in the design and marketing of the defective product too. This is because they may be liable for your injuries. The Retailer Although the store where you purchased the product is unlikely to have manufactured it the retailer could be found liable. This is because they sold you a product that was defective. If this is the case you do not have to choose between the retailer and the manufacturer as any party that was involved in the distribution chain could be named in your claim/lawsuit. If you do want to add the retailer to the lawsuit you should be aware that it’s not vital that you purchased the product. For example, if you were given a gift for your birthday and the gift caused you an injury you could still claim. Neither do you have to be the user of the product. If for example, a colleague was using a bowl that was supposed to be microwave-safe and the product exploded causing you injuries, you could still have a defective product liability claim. The Distributor or Wholesaler Before a product reaches a store, and after it has been manufactured it may be in the care of distributors or wholesalers. Distributors and wholesalers are part of the large chain of distribution, and could therefore be found liable for your injuries. When a Corporation may be Liable A corporation may be found liable as the law considers them to be the equivalent of persons. However, corporations can change in terms of who owns them, the type of corporation they are, and their size and shape. Corporations also tend to merge with others, but they can also be acquired by different companies too and undergo name changes and reorganizations. In some cases the new companies that have been formed from previous organizations may inherit their liability. This means that they can be named as the defendants in your claim. When the Defendants are Located Overseas In some cases a defendant (Such as a manufacturer) may be located overseas. This does not mean that you cannot hold the company liable as when they do business in the United States they typically render a foreign company subject who is under the jurisdiction of the courts in this country. Your Defective Product Liability Claim Identifying every single party that may be involved in the manufacture, distribution, and sale of the defective product can be very complicated. This is why if you think you have a claim you should consider hiring the services of a lawyer who specializes in products liability. The more experienced the lawyer is the better as they can help you to understand whether your case is worth pursuing, and how much compensation you may be entitled to. For all your personal injury needs check out https://injury-pedia.com
Views: 48 Doctor Tomason
FDA’s Guidance on Software Security for Medical Devices and the Products Liability Implications
 
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This webinar discusses the hot topic of software security for medical devices and, specifically, what steps life sciences companies should take to comply with software-related regulatory requirements, investigate and mitigate an attack, and prepare to defend post-attack litigation.
How To Convert Dreams Into Action Plan | Motivational Video For Students | Dr Vivek Bindra
 
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In this video Dr Vivek Bindra talks about how you can convert your dreams into achievable actions. He shares in detail some frameworks through which you can achieve your dreams. Dr Vivek Bindra shares a way to make a mental action plan. Watch the video till the end to know all the details. To Attend a 4 hour Power Packed “Extreme Motivation & Peak Performance” Seminar of BOUNCE BACK SERIES, Call at +919310144443 or Visit https://bouncebackseries.com/ To attend upcoming LEADERSHIP FUNNEL PROGRAM, Call at +919810544443 or Visit https://vivekbindra.com/upcoming-programs/leadership-funnel-by-vivek-bindra.php Watch the Leadership funnel Program Testimonial Video, here at https://youtu.be/xNUysc5b0uI Follow our Official Facebook Page at https://facebook.com/DailyMotivationByVivekBindra/ and get updates of recent happenings, events, seminars, blog articles and daily motivation. Disclaimer:- The following video is based on researches and case studies gathered from different books, media, internet space etc. Dr Vivek Bindra and the producers does not accept any responsibility or liability for the accuracy, content, completeness, legality or reliability of the information contained in the video. The video is made solely for educational purposes and is not created with intent to harm, injure or defame any person, body of persons, association, company or anyone. This video is not intended to spread rumours or offend or hurt the sentiments of any religion, communities or individuals, or to bring disrepute to any person (living or dead). The viewer should always do their own diligence and anyone who wishes to apply the ideas contained in the video takes full responsibilty of it and it is done on their own risk and consequeces. The material contained in the video cannot replace or substitute for the services of trained proffesionals in any field including, but not limited to, financial, medical, pychological or legal matters. Dr Vivek Bindra and the producers does not take responsbility for any direct, indirect, implied, punitive, special, incidental, or other consequential damages arising directly or indirectly on account of any actions taken based on the video. Dr Vivek Bindra and the producers of the video disclaims any kind of claim of libel, slander or any other kind of claim or suit of any sort. Viewers discretion is advised.
Product Liability dispute, 3D forensic computer animation, accident reconstruction
 
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This is a demonstration of a product liability dispute that resulted from a coffee machine's electric cord coming into contact with coffee. The cord was reported to be frayed by one party in the dispute, and therefore becoming an electrical hazard, as opposed to a defective product. This type of animation is commonly referred to a computer animation or 3D computer animation, an accident reconstruction or sometimes a forensic animation. The purpose of the animation was to demonstrate damage / neglect was the cause of the accident. The plaintiff was shocked after coming into contact with an electric charged pool of coffee as a result of a frayed electric cord was disputed over product defects or the manufacturer's defective design. Any type of dispute or litigation can be demonstrated with events and 3D animation as well. Additional renderings or models can also be made three dimensionally or two dimensional for any use, including for insurance claims or disputes, lawsuits, accident reconstructions, presentations among other needs. Mister Photon Media has also made 2D & 3D renderings for trial presentations including for prosecution and defense teams needing to demonstrate a subject or area. Additional video production aside from legal animation such as corporate/business video production, broadcast television production, film production or non broadcast video production for social media are also in Mister Photon Media's capabilities. We also provide Colorado freelance camera crews including HD or 4K video crews, ENG video crews, television crews or film crew services as well. We can support producers creating corporate video productions or broadcast television networks needing camera crews or crew members to support their production needs in Colorado. Other legal video production services include still photography, that can be used in disputes, criminal cases, civil cases, or documentation for disputes or insurance claims. Video depositions or settlement videos or day in the life videos can be made. Living wills or video wills can be made as well, among other video production needs can be applied to parties in disputes, claims, litigation or other legal matters. Mister Photon Media can also make broadcast motion graphics for other purposes including titles, logos, branding, visualization or other needs like television commercials or other advertising or other video, film or television production needs. For video production, video can be produced for advertising, television commercials, specific television programming, social media, among the varied types of video, film or television production. For more information on our video production, film or video production services; a general summary is at: http://www.misterphoton.com A summary on professional photographer, videographer, cameraman and director of photography services is at: http://www.coloradodirectorofphotography.com For location sound and camera crew support for video, film or television production, please visit: http://www.coloradosoundrecordist.com/ for wordpress or http://www.misterphoton.com/sound/ for a html summary. For all information, call Nick at (720) 299-2084. Mister Photon Media, Denver Colorado area with national or global services.
What is Employers' Liability Insurance?
 
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If you employ staff then you are responsible for the health and safety of your employees. In this video we look at what Employers' Liability Insurance is and why you may need this cover as an employer. http://www.directlineforbusiness.co.uk/knowledge-centre/understanding-business-insurance/employers-liability-insurance
STRICT LIABILITY - Drive carefully
 
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http://iPayRoadTax.com In the Netherlands, in bike v car smashes it's "presumed" that motorists are "at fault". This is for insurance purposes. Hans Voerknecht, International coordinator, Fiets Beraad ('Bicycle Council'), explains how this works in practice. For instance, it doesn't mean 'terrorist cyclists' smashing into static cars for compensation payments: motorists are not liable in these cases. But, when moving, motorists have a duty of care not to hit vulnerable road users. The UK is only one of four Western European countries that doesnt have 'presumed liability' to protect cyclists and pedestrians. Presumed liability entitles a crash victim to compensation unless the driver can prove the cyclist or pedestrian was at fault. Presumed liability encourages more careful driving (and cycling, because a cyclist would be deemed to be at fault for crashing into a pedestrian). Presumed liability would be a matter of civil rather than criminal law so would not affect criminal prosecutions. Presumed liability is supported by The Environmental Law Foundation Safer Streets Coalition Play England Roadpeace CTC
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Accounting for Warranty Expense
 
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This video explains how to accrue warranty expense using the accrual method. It also illustrates how to apply the accrual method with an example, and highlights the differences between the cash basis and accrual basis for warranty accounting. Edspira is your source for business and financial education. To view the entire video library for free, visit http://www.EducationUnlocked.org/ To like us on Facebook, visit https://www.facebook.com/Edspira Edspira is the creation of Michael McLaughlin, who went from teenage homelessness to a PhD. The goal of Michael's life is to increase access to education so all people can achieve their dreams. To learn more about Michael's story, visit http://www.MichaelMcLaughlin.com To follow Michael on Facebook, visit https://facebook.com/Prof.Michael.McLaughlin To follow Michael on Twitter, visit https://twitter.com/Prof_McLaughlin
Views: 32479 Edspira
Exhibition - Natural Bee Supplement
 
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With bee farm and head office in Melaka - Malaysia, Simple Bee provides superior pure natural bee supplement. Simple Bee is a manufacturer and distributor of honey product since 2009, which products mainly allocated at Johor, Melaka and Selangor area. Our goal is to exceed the satisfaction of every client by offering 100% pure natural bee supplement, provide an absolutely safe, natural, highest quality and a wide range of health care and supplement product, with the purpose of ensuring the safety of product, Simple Bee honey products are all insured with product liability insurance with Multi-Purpose Insurance. It is the first in Malaysia that comes with Product Insurance protection, which gives our client with fully confidence.
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What is Employers' Liability Insurance? UK Employers' Liability Insurance Explained.
 
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Learn about employers' liability insurance in this explanation from Steve Smith, Director at Ashburnham Insurance Services Ltd, alongside the benefits it provides people with. To compare employers' liability cover quotes for yourself, please visit our website at http://www.ashburnham-insurance.co.uk/ to get a great deal on your insurance premiums. Video Transcription: What is Employers' Liability Insurance? Employers' liability insurance is what an employer would take out to protect themselves from any injuries that their employees may have while they're performing their occupation. So, say your employees have gone up a ladder to clean a window and they fall off that ladder and injure themselves, then they'll be looking to make a claim against their employer for their injury. Who needs it? All employers need to actually have this insurance by law, it's a legal requirement so anyone who employs a person to work for them needs to have employers' liability insurance. How much does it cost? Employers' liability insurance can be as cheap as £10 per person right up to thousands of pounds per person, it's all based on the risks involved so obviously at the higher end of that would be people who are up ladders or using heat because obviously the risks are far greater. Clerical workers though, would be right at the bottom of the scale just purely because obviously they're just writing on bits of paper and typing on keyboards so they won't have as much risk as the other type of people out there. How long does a policy last? It lasts for the same length as the public liability insurance policy that it's attached to so in most cases it will be an annual policy. Video credits: The clip of the woodworker was originally created by https://vimeo.com/78901691 and remixed for the purposes of this video under the creative commons licence http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/.
A-Level Law: Strict Liability (Unit 2)
 
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▌A-Level Law: Strict Liability (Unit 2) ▌AS Level Law: Strict Liability (Unit 2) My name is Max White, I am currently studying my second year of A-Level Law at Sixth Form College. The purpose of this video series is to help first-year law students (or would-be Law students). If you have any questions, feel free to comment below or contact me by email. ➤ http://www.lawfullyspeaking.com/ ➤ https://soundcloud.com/lawfullyspeaking ➤ Unit 2 Law Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4IWVisC91tjda8wGJHzxwNKtenmQO8VO ➤ Twitter: https://twitter.com/bluefumeknight
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I believe the death of a loved one was caused by a defective product. What can I do?
 
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I believe the death of a loved one was caused by a defective product. What can I do? | Kantrowitz, Goldhamer & Graifman | https://www.kgglaw.com/ | Toll Free 855-4-KGGLAW Rockland County, New York 747 Chestnut Ridge Road Chestnut Ridge, NY 10977 845-356-2570 Bergen County, New Jersey 210 Summit Avenue Montvale, NJ 07645 201-391-7000 Barry S. Kantrowitz Esq. Paul Goldhamer Esq. Gary S. Graifman Esq. Randy J. Perlmutter Esq. You should seek out advice from a competent attorney who handles product liability cases. If you've got an injury or a death that's caused by a product that was not reasonably safe for its intended purpose, under the strict liability statue in your jurisdiction, you may very well have a claim. Seek out an attorney who specializes in handling products liability cases.
How to SUPER CLEAN your Engine Bay
 
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Engine bay detailing. Learn how to Super Clean your engine bay so that it is so clean, you can eat off of it! I show you how to clean and detail the engine bay in a simple 5 step process that will NOT damage your engine or electrics! Cleaning Wipes (Tub-O-Towels): http://amzn.to/2u7CgAD Soapy Wooder: https://goo.gl/hsebW4 Microfiber Towels: http://amzn.to/2sKi2cR Brushes: http://amzn.to/2sKgwau Trim Restorer: http://amzn.to/2sJLmjP Spray Wax: http://amzn.to/2sZ96og Pipe Cleaners: http://amzn.to/2sJzA8R Fabric Dye: http://amzn.to/2v62qks Metal Wire Brush: http://amzn.to/2u2VPL7 Rotary Tool: http://amzn.to/2v6lVcI Paint Markers: http://amzn.to/2ucPEUW How to SuperClean your Car: https://youtu.be/CFXfSBR5Q9w?list=PLvKbarVtwhUs7sIm9Hc9VgANltYl8_DwC How to SuperClean your Windshield: https://youtu.be/vJkfrY2owb0?list=PLvKbarVtwhUs7sIm9Hc9VgANltYl8_DwC How to SuperFlush your Cooling System: https://youtu.be/s--5ft5YiHg?list=PLDD611CFB36FC65F2 → Become a ChrisFix Subscriber: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=paintballoo7 → Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisfixit → Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chrisfix8 → Website: http://www.ChrisFixed.com → My Channel Home Page: https://www.youtube.com/ChrisFix **If the video was helpful, remember to give it a "thumbs up" and consider subscribing. New videos every Week** Disclaimer: Due to factors beyond the control of ChrisFix, I cannot guarantee against improper use or unauthorized modifications of this information. ChrisFix assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. Use this information at your own risk. ChrisFix recommends safe practices when working on vehicles and or with tools seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of ChrisFix, no information contained in this video shall create any expressed or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage, or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or from the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not ChrisFix. This video was supported by Federal Process Corporation and all opinions are truthfully my own. I use their stuff all of the time when cleaning my engine bays which made it a great fit for the video!
Views: 23697245 ChrisFix
Our Purpose
 
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Since our firm began in 1977, we have dedicated ourselves to doing what is right for people who have been wronged. We have never been afraid of breaking new ground in order to get positive results. We have earned our reputation for million-dollar results by not backing down. No matter how big an opponent is, no matter how complex a personal injury case is, we have the resources and experience to obtain the best possible result in your case. At Owen, Patterson & Owen, our resources come in two forms: our human resources and our financial resources. We have the skill to maneuver our way to strong settlements and impressive jury verdicts. Our financial resources: The fact of the matter is that personal injury cases cost money. Our history of success means that we have the funds available to conduct extensive investigation, enlist important experts and build cutting-edge exhibits. Since we handle our cases on a contingency basis, you pay nothing until we win. Then, you only pay a small percentage of the final outcome. Our history of success: Our cases have received coverage from the Los Angeles Times, the Daily News, CBS News, Fox News, and other television programs and newspapers in Southern California and throughout the country. Our practice areas include every type of personal injury case, from slip and fall accidents to complex product liability cases. No matter what type of negligence has taken place, we can help. Free Consultation — We Will Answer Your Questions Owen Patterson & Owen 800 • 676 • 5295 opolaw.com
Interview: Purpose of CM-15 colon phantom
 
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Interview: Purpose of CM-15 colon phantom – Basic Techniques of Colonoscope Insertion Dr. Jaramillo explains the main purpose of using the CM-15 colon phantom. Supervised by: Tomohiko Richard Ohya, MD, PhD Department of Surgery and Urology, Danderyds Hospital, Stockholm, Sweden; Department of Endoscopy, The Jikei University School of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan Edgar Jaramillo, MD, PhD Consultant Gastroenterologist, Ersta Hospital, Stockholm, Sweden Disclaimer Contents of the video Olympus makes a constant effort to keep the information in the video accurate and up-to-date. However Olympus does not assume any liability for the completeness, accuracy and up-to-datedness of the information provided. Liability claims against Olympus related to damages of a material or non-material nature which have been caused due to the use or non-use of the information provided by Olympus or due to the use of incorrect and/or incomplete information are strictly excluded provided that no demonstrable intentional or gross negligent default can be attributed to Olympus and provided that the liability is not assumed owing to the injury of life, body or health. Medical advice The video service is an additional optional service of Olympus and does not replace any legal or medical advice and does not aim to provide any mandatory legal or regulatory information about the use of Olympus products. The video does also not affect the HCP's duty to observe labels, manuals, documents and similar information like for example “hand on sessions” for each product. Copyright Olympus intended not to use any copyrighted material for the publication or, if not possible, to indicate the copyright of the respective object. The copyright for the e-Learning material created by Olympus is reserved. Any duplication or use of the video material, including but not limited to objects such as images, diagrams, sounds or texts in other electronic or printed publications is not permitted without the prior written agreement of Olympus. All product and brand names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders.
AWRF Talks with Jergens Inc. - AWRF P.I.E. 2016
 
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AWRF had a chance to catch up with Jergens Inc. at the 2016 AWRF P.I.E. and General Meeting. This video was filmed at an Associated Wire Rope Fabricators Product Information Exhibition in New Orleans, LA on April 18, 2016. Disclaimer of Endorsement: Reference herein to any specific commercial products, process, or service by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise, does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the Associated Wire Rope Fabricators (AWRF). The views and opinions of authors expressed herein do not necessarily state or reflect those of the Associated Wire Rope Fabricators (AWRF), and shall not be used for advertising or product endorsement purposes. Disclaimer of Liability: With respect to this video, neither the Associated Wire Rope Fabricators (AWRF) nor any of its employees or volunteers, makes any warranty, express or implied, including the warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, or assumes any legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, quality or usefulness of any information, apparatus, product, or process disclosed, or represents that its use would not infringe privately owned rights. Notice: The information, apparatus, product, or process disclosed in this video has been classified as new or new innovation of information, apparatus, product, or process disclosed by the manufacture in this video; the Associated Wire Rope Fabricators (AWRF) nor any of its employees or volunteers makes any such claim or representation.
AWRF Talks New Products and Radiolink Plus with Straightpoint
 
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AWRF talks new products with Straightpoint at the 2014 AWRF P.I.E. This video was filmed at an Associated Wire Rope Fabricators Product Information Exhibition in St. Louis, MO on October 27, 2014. Disclaimer of Endorsement: Reference herein to any specific commercial products, process, or service by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise, does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the Associated Wire Rope Fabricators (AWRF). The views and opinions of authors expressed herein do not necessarily state or reflect those of the Associated Wire Rope Fabricators (AWRF), and shall not be used for advertising or product endorsement purposes. Disclaimer of Liability: With respect to this video, neither the Associated Wire Rope Fabricators (AWRF) nor any of its employees or volunteers, makes any warranty, express or implied, including the warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, or assumes any legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, quality or usefulness of any information, apparatus, product, or process disclosed, or represents that its use would not infringe privately owned rights. Notice: The information, apparatus, product, or process disclosed in this video has been classified as new or new innovation of information, apparatus, product, or process disclosed by the manufacture in this video; the Associated Wire Rope Fabricators (AWRF) nor any of its employees or volunteers makes any such claim or representation.
Defective guardrails on roadways discussed by Beasley Allen attorney Chris Glover
 
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Today on the Beasley Allen Report, host Gibson Vance talks with fellow Beasley Allen attorney Chris Glover about his work with product liability cases involving guardrails on roadways. The purpose of guardrails on roadways is to keep people safe by keeping their car on the roadway. Injuries and fatal accidents can occur when a car hits the end of a guardrail, causing the guardrail to act like a sword and pierce through the car. To combat this devastating occurrence, manufacturers designed endcaps for the guardrails that collapse upon impact and keep the guardrails from penetrating the car. These designs were approved by the government, but a recent whistleblower lawsuit revealed a company found ways to save money by making the endcaps smaller than designed. This change keeps the endcaps from collapsing, forcing the guardrail to pierce through the middle of the car. A whistleblower employee of the manufacturing company came forward about the unapproved change. Though lawsuits have been filed, these defective endcaps are not off the road. Most states have banned their future purchase, but the past use of the endcaps has not been addressed. Gibson and Glover discuss automobile safety as related to this hazard as well as the importance of staying updated on car recalls.
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Business insurance The Woodlands TX - (936) 441-3517 Commercial Insurance Agency
 
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Business Insurance, Commercial Insurance, and Liability Insurance - they are all broad terms referring to insurance coverage that protects your business in the event of a devastating loss. It’s not pleasant to think about ‘what if’ or to pay for insurance that you hope you'll never use. However, you’ve worked so hard, maybe for years, sacrificing plenty to build your business. You need proper coverage for those that matter most - your family. The risks you face as a business owner can range from legal fees to lifelong medical expenses, or both, all from a single incident. Property damage from a fire, theft or natural disaster can also mean an interruption of your business, which means further lost revenue. One event could literally wipe you out overnight. Weidner Insurance has been protecting Texas businesses for over 15 years. They are business insurance experts who would help you protect what matters most - your family. They're trained to ask the right questions and LISTEN....there's no better way to really understand about your business to analyze vulnerabilities and risks. Choosing the right coverage doesn’t have to be confusing. We get to know you and your business, and help you select just the right amount of coverage for you and your business. There are five types of business insurance: General Liability Insurance, Product Liability Insurance, Professional Liability Insurance, Commercial Property Insurance and Home-Based business insurance. General Liability will help cover legal issues due to accident, injuries and negligence claims. These can include bodily injury, property damage, medical & legal expenses, slander, etc. Product Liability is for businesses who manufacture and/or distribute a product which may become a safety hazard (causing injury or bodily harm) as a result of defective manufacturing. Professional Liability Insurance is for errors and omissions insurance to protect you against negligence, malpractice or errors. Commercial Property Insurance covers loss and damage to property from vandalism, fire, smoke, wind hair and protects you from interruption in business as well as your physical building and assets such as computer equipment. We can help you select the right amount of coverage based upon your business. Home-based business insurance may require additional coverage (over your homeowners rider) and again we can help you close your risks. Call today and mention this video for a complimentary audit of your current commercial insurance coverage, or a free risk assessment. If you want an insurance agency that asks the right questions; actively listens, and can answer all of your questions, get in touch with us. Our business is protecting yours - Weidner Insurance Agency - your best choice for business insurance in The Woodlands TX. Weidner Insurance: Toll Free: (800) 989-1937 | Office: (936) 441-3517 945 Sgt Ed Holcomb Blvd S Conroe, TX 77304 https://www.farmersagent.com/cweidner For more information on business insurance check out these excellent links: https://www.sba.gov/content/business-insurance https://www.sba.gov/content/types-business-insurance http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/241026 http://www.iii.org/publications/insuring-your-business-small-business-owners-guide-to-insurance/small-business-insurance-basics https://youtu.be/IOauTgiLWro Business Insurance The Woodlands TX
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TMT Pulse - Q1 2019
 
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Sarah Babb, Senior Analyst, Advisory, Nasdaq IR Intelligence, and Seth Rosenwasser, Senior Specialist, Nasdaq IR Intelligence, discuss the latest trends in the TMT space including 5G, M&A and Trade War. © Copyright 2019 Nasdaq, Inc. The Nasdaq logo and the Nasdaq ‘ribbon’ logo are the registered and unregistered trademarks, or service marks, of Nasdaq, Inc. in the U.S. and other countries. This communication being is provided to you by Corporate Solutions, a business of Nasdaq, Inc. and certain of its subsidiaries (collectively, “Nasdaq”), for informational purposes only and is of general character only. None of the information herein constitutes advice, a recommendation, solicitation, invitation or inducement to buy or sell securities of any kind, or as commentary on the value of any security. Before making any investment decision, you should seek independent legal, taxation or financial advice. Nasdaq makes no representation or warranty with respect to this communication or such content and expressly disclaims any implied warranty under law. At the time of publication, the information herein was believed to be accurate, however, such information is subject to change without notice and Nasdaq makes no representation or warranty as to the correctness or completeness of the information. The information provided in this report remains, unless otherwise stated, the copyright of Nasdaq and may not be used, reproduced, published or copied, in whole or in part, in any form or for any purpose whatsoever without the express written permission of Nasdaq. This information is not directed or intended for distribution to, or use by, any citizen or resident of, or otherwise located in, any jurisdiction where such distribution or use would be contrary to any law or regulation or which would subject Nasdaq to any registration or licensing requirements or any other liability within such jurisdiction. By reviewing this document you acknowledge that neither Nasdaq nor any of its third-party providers shall under any circumstance be liable for any lost profits or lost opportunity, indirect, special, consequential, incidental, or punitive damages whatsoever, even if Nasdaq or its third-party providers have been advised of the possibility of such damages. Additionally, unless due to willful tortious misconduct or gross negligence, neither Nasdaq nor any of its third-party providers shall have any liability in tort, contract, or otherwise (and as permitted by law, product liability), to you or any third party. This disclaimer is governed by the laws of the State of New York
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The truth about oil catch cans: Should you fit one to your car? | Auto Expert John Cadogan
 
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Fitting an oil catch can to your car. Where does this sit, exactly, on the landscape of good and bad ideas? CRANKCASE VENTILATION In practise they vent the crankcase by way of a so-called ‘breather’. They - whoever ‘they’ are - used to vent those vapours to atmosphere but that’s not the most environmentally defensible option, so now they feed those oily vapours down the engine’s neck and purify it in the combustion chamber. It’s a good idea in principle, with the one downside being potentially coating the inlet plumbing’s guts with an oily residue of formerly aerosolised oil, fuel, water and sundry skungy crap from the crankcase. On its own, this is not a disaster. EGR Pumping spent exhaust back through the engine is mainly an engineering solution to eliminate oxides of nitrogen - NOx. These are the class of chemicals that mean monkey spanking Rupert Stadler wakes up each morning singing ‘I fought the law, and the law won’. At least, that’s what I heard... NOx only forms at high temperatures and pressures, so pumping in some fairly inert exhaust gas at low engine loads prevents that from happening. That’s good. If it is designed well, EGR also makes your engine more efficient. It prevents temperature spikes during the combustion event, and that means less heat rejection into the metal of the engine - meaning more energy remains available to work on the piston, thrusting it down towards the storm raging below. That’s good. EGR also reduces throttling losses in petrol engines - because you have to open the throttle a little more to produce the same power output. This is just like drinking a slushie through a thicker straw: it’s easier. The downside with EGR is that now you’ve got hot exhaust with carbon particles in it added to oily crankcase vapour - which, if it’s not managed properly, is unfortunately the ideal recipe for creating tarry sludge … the engine plumbing equivalent of cholesterol. That’s bad. DIRECT INJECTION Direct injection was a huge step forward for combustion control - and that means it saves you money whenever the engine is turning and burning. It’s better for both efficiency and emissions. So that’s good. The negative feedback effect is that the injectors are no longer located in the inlet port, spraying a powerful solvent onto the inlet valves, more or less continuously. And this accounts for the carbonisation phenomenon you read about all the time relating to direct injection. R&D The job engineers have in R&D is to ensure the feedback effects of the systems they design do not rise up in rebellion and open the Book of Revelation at the feet of car owners everywhere. So it’s the job of the R&D nerd to stop too much aerosolised oil from entering the inlet plumbing. They put oil separators in the system at the factory specifically for that - mesh filters designed to pull sufficient suspended oil particles out of the flow before it gets to the inlet plumbing. They also need to keep carbon particles in the exhaust under control to prevent the EGR from overenthusiastically producing tarry sludge. A modern engine is a complex system. Complexity is the enemy of reliability, inherently. R&D is the only antidote to this problem. And sometimes it’s you who is responsible. Because owners of vehicles also push the boundaries. So let’s talk about that. YOU The worst thing you can do to a car - one of them at least, short of parking in the ocean, or in Fallujah with an ‘I heart New York’ bumper sticker - is a series of never-ending short trips. Lots of blow-by, sub-optimal expansion of the parts. Low temperature of the oil. Lots of oil dilution and major contamination. Then, let’s say you go a month or three over on the servicing, and you might rationalise this to yourself by saying: The schedule says 12 months and 15,000km. OK - It’s 12 months but I’ve only done 10,000 - I’ll wait. People do this all the time. You’re creating hell on earth for your engine oil. And there are no symptoms, but that doesn’t mean this is not a very bad idea. If you do predominately short trips, you are exactly the person the time-based service interval was invented for. SHOULD YOU FIT A CATCH CAN? Fitting a catch can is, of course, up to you. I note the people doing the recommending of catch cans are generally the ones selling them. Explain to me how that’s not a commercial conflict of interest (worst-case scenario) or at least an example of extreme bias. If you decide to fit a catch can, get a reputable one - with baffles and a proper oil separating system inside, not just an empty box - and get it fitted by a reputable professional with appropriate product liability insurance. Let’s not forget you’re bolting this thing to the most expensive component of your car - the engine - the replacement cost of which will be horrendous if there’s a problem. Someone has to carry the liability for that modification, and it might as well not be you.
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Can I bring a Georgia product liability action if I was injured by a product I borrowed from my neig
 
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Roger Orlando, The Orlando Firm P.C., (404) 373-1800. Georgia Dangerous Products Law FAQs: http://thelaw.tv/atlanta/Dangerous+Products+Law Disclaimer: http://thelaw.tv/atlanta/About/disclaimer
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