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November 2015 Archives

What are the effects of benzene on workers' health?


There are many factors that go into making a good career for Los Angeles residents. The nature of the work, the pay and the attitudes of coworkers are just a few of these factors. Another major contributor is the safety of the workplace, as individuals want to feel secure and protected from harm while on the job. Unfortunately, many places of employment fail to protect workers from a job injury, which can leave the employees with serious injuries or even fatal consequences.

What action can a person injured by a product defect take?


Every Los Angeles resident makes mistakes from time to time. And yet, some mistakes are worse than others, such as when someone is injured because of the mistakes of someone else. Making matters even worse, sometimes these injuries could have been fully preventable. When a person or business failed to take proper steps to remedy the situation, serious and fatal mistakes could occur.

Feds: 80 percent of defective tires not fixed


It can seem as though Los Angeles residents are constantly bombarded with news reports of danger to them and their families. In reality, individuals are typically more at risk of being injured from ordinary events like a car accident on the way to work. The trouble is that even these incidents can be caused by hidden dangers that might not be known to motorists.

Getting justice when you are hurt by someone else's negligence


Los Angeles residents place a lot of trust in one another, whether they realize it or not. Every time you take to the road, for example, you have to hold a certain level of trust that other motorists are paying attention to the road and following the rules of the road.

Volkswagen Admits to Designing Software Intended to Deceive State Emissions Testing

It was recently discovered that Volkswagen intentionally installed software capable of altering its diesel vehicles' emissions during state-required smog tests. The affected diesel vehicles were programmed to recognize when they were being tested and would reduce their emissions to permissible levels. However, during normal operation, the vehicles produced emissions that were 40 times greater than allowable levels.

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