Outdoor enthusiasts in Texas love driving their ATVs and ROVs on challenging terrain. This is naturally a dangerous activity, and, if the safety of the vehicle is questionable, lives may be lost. Although the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission keeps a lookout for any defective products, recalls often only occur once lives had been lost or serious injuries had been reported that were caused by a dangerous product.
A Texas man woke up from what he thought would be a normal, simple dental procedure to learn that he had no teeth. During the course of the planned procedure, the dentist determined that it was necessary to remove all of the man's teeth, which was naturally shocking and devastating for the patient who thought he was to have just four teeth removed. The unusual incident was prompted a medical malpractice claim against the dentist and the dental practice.
Many variables affect road and traffic conditions, and those conditions may have bearing on whether an accident occurs. How much traffic is on the road, weather conditions and how each driver is behaving behind the wheel are among many factors that affect travelers' safety. Driver negligence is often found to be the reason behind many serious auto accidents in Texas. When a fatal accident occurs, loved ones who survive a victim may pursue legal action against those deemed responsible for a crash.
It's a sad fact that Texas and other nationwide manufacturers do not take actions regarding a dangerous product until it has already caused harm to consumers. This is usually in the form of a recall. In some cases, the company will issue a voluntary recall of its defective product, which is effective. When it is not effective, the FDA will sometimes jump in to take matters into its own hands and issue its own recall. It appears that this is what has happened with some portable oxygen systems produced by OxySure.