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Georgia Product Liability Cases: Statute Of Limitations

By Carroll Law Firm |

In Georgia, if a defective product injures you, you might be able to obtain compensation from the product’s manufacturer, the distributor, the wholesaler, and/or the retailer who sold you the product. However, it is crucial to note that, just like other states, Georgia has strict limitations on the amount of time you have to… Read More »

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FDA Recalls Brain Scanning Device Used by Surgeons (Medical Malpractice vs. Product Liability)

By Carroll Law Firm |

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has recalled a device that was commonly used by surgeons during brain surgery. According to ABC4 News, the FDA labeled it as a “class 1 recall,” which means that using the brain scanning device may result in serious bodily injury or death. The brain scanning device is called… Read More »

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What Makes a Product Defective?

By Carroll Law Firm |

You’ve probably heard stories about machinery, appliances or automobiles  that fail, causing tragic injuries. People often receive sizable monetary awards due to these injuries. But not all injuries are covered, and not all bad merchandise is necessarily “defective” under the law.   So, how do you tell the difference? First, if you are in doubt… Read More »

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