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01/01/08   |   By

Your Kitchen Sponge Needs Cleaning: Disinfection Methods To Keep You Safe | DC Metro Area Personal Injury Law Blog

Kitchen sponges are cheap and convenient items for cleaning countertop messes and absorbing spilled liquids quickly.  Unfortunately, they al

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12/28/07   |   By

2.5 Million Children Killed or Injured: What Can Parents Do? Home Safety Devices Are Available | DC Metro Area Personal Injury L

According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), approximately 2.5 million children are killed or injured as a result of basic ho

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12/26/07   |   By

Inflatable Air Mattresses Unsafe for Young Children | DC Metro Area Personal Injury Law Blog

The holiday season is a time of travel and a time when many households accommodate out-of-town visitors.  As available beds become more scar

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10/23/07   |   By

CPSC: Home-Based Lead Testing Kits Prove Unreliable | DC Metro Area Personal Injury Law Blog

Commercially-available lead test kits used by consumers to detect unsafe levels of lead in their homes are not reliably accurate, according

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08/05/07   |   By

Local Incident Reinforces Importance of Carbon Monoxide Awareness | DC Metro Area Personal Injury Law Blog

After a local incident of carbon monoxide poisoning, D.C. Fire and Rescue officials say the episode was likely related to a malfunctioning hot water heater

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