U.S. comedian killed in car accident in Phoenix

by Administrator 14. September 2010 01:32

Comedian Robert Schimmel was killed from injuries sustained in car accident in Phoenix last week.

The 60-year-old man was a passenger in a vehicle being driven by his 19-year-old daughter when she swerved her vehicle while avoiding another accident that occurred in front of her. As she swerved, she lost control of the vehicle that she was driving.

The man was pronounced dead and his daughter was taken to the hospital to be treated for her injuries but she is expected to recover. The comedian's 11-year-old son was also in the car, but he was uninjured in the accident.

Car accidents can happen when least expected and change the lives of all involved, our thoughts are with the friends and family of the victim.

Two women injured in Arizona propane explosion

by Administrator 7. September 2010 06:53

Two women were seriously injured after being involved in an trailer explosion that was triggered by a propane leak.

The two woman were staying in a trailer on the Santa Cruz County fairgrounds when the explosion occurred at 7:30 a.m. yesterday morning. One of the woman in the trailer lit a candle causing the propane to ignite and explode.

The windows and doors of the trailer blew off in the blast and the two women were transported to the burn unit at Marcia Medical Center in Phoenix to be treated for injuries.

Propane explosions can cause serious injury to all involved especially if a faulty propane tank is used. Our thoughts are with the friends and family of the victims.

10,000 fruit pops recalled for fear of typhoid fever

by Administrator 30. August 2010 06:26

According to the Federal Drug Administration, Fruiti Pops Inc, of Sante Fe Springs has recalled 10,000 Mamey fruit bars due to fear of typhoid fever.

Several cases of typhoid have been reported this month, although it is rare in the U.S. Many of these cases have been associated with the Mamey frozen pulp sold by Goya Foods, Inc. Typhoid fever causes fever and severe abdominal pain and can be fatal in a small number of cases.

Mamey is tropical fruit that is grown in Central and South America and is used in the mamey-flavored fruit bars. The product was sold in Arizona, California, Texas in retail stores, ice cream trucks and other vending machines. Consumers are urged not to eat the fruit bar and to return to the place they bought it for a refund.

If you or a loved one has become ill after eating a defective product, contact the Phoenix toxic food products lawyers of Haralson, Miller, Pitt, Feldman & McAnally P.L.C by calling 800-763-0964 today.

 

Two killed in single-engine plane crash in Wilcox

by Administrator 26. August 2010 14:29

Two men were killed when their single-engine Thorp T-18 plane crashed near the Cochise County Airport in Wilcox.  Investigators from the Federal Aviation Administration and the National Transportation Safety Board are still working to determine the cause of the crash. Witnesses say that the plane "fell straight down" out of the sky, killing the two men on board the aircraft. 

Aviation accidents can have a devastating effect on the lives of the passengers and their families. Our thoughts are with the families of the victims.  

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44,000 defective helmets recalled by U.S. Army

by Administrator 25. August 2010 14:00

44,000 Advanced Combat Helmets were recalled by the U.S. Army following reports that the helmets failed to meet military standards and may not provide adequate ballistic protection. The helmets were produced by U.S. manufacturer ArmorSource, LLC, based in Hebron, Ohio. The Department of Justice is expected to investigate claims of defective material use, improper manufacturing processes, and faulty quality-testing on the part of the company.  

According to sources familiar with the recall, 20,000 helmets were issued by the U.S. Army, while the remaining 24,000 were issued to soldiers in the Air Force and Navy. The recall is expected to affect 4% of the 1.6 million combat helmets in the inventory of the U.S. Army. Soldiers are encouraged to check the inside of their helmets to identify the manufacturer's label, and they may have to remove some of the pads to check the label to see if they have been issued a recalled helmet. 

Soldiers depend on protective gear like helmets and body armor to protect them from harm. If a product is defective and fails to perform as expected, the individual may suffer serious bodily injury or death. If you would like to know more about the ArmorSource helmet recall, contact the Phoenix product liability attorneys of Haralson, Miller, Pitt, Feldman & McAnally, P.L.C. at 800-763-0964 today. 

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Two killed, one injured in car accident

by Administrator 23. August 2010 05:43

A man and a woman were killed and a teenager is in serious condition after a car accident in north Phoenix.

According to authorities, the accident occurred as the driver of a Mercedes did not negotiate a curve correctly and caused the driver to lose control of the vehicle. The car then went off the side of the road, flipped and rolled multiple times before coming to a stop.

All three people in the car were thrown from the vehicle and the car burst into flames as it came to a stop. A 35-year-old woman and a man were pronouced dead by emergency crews and a 19-year-old man was transported to the hospital with serious injuries.

Car accidents can cause serious injury to all people in the vehicle, our thoughts are with the friends and family of the victims.

Arizona plane crash rate higher than national number

by Administrator 16. August 2010 05:51

A recent fatal plane crash in Arizona has put Arizona on track to be higher than the national number of fatal plane crashes.

Since 2002, Arizona has been higher than the national average every year except for one, among non-military and non -commercial flights. The rate is found by measuring the number of deadly flights per 100,000 hours of flight. In 2008, Arizona was double the national rate with a number of 2.76 per 100,000 flight hours.

Arizona has had 75 general aviation crashes since 2005. Officials from the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association suggest that the hot temperature and treacherous terrains are a bad combination and may lead to the number of accidents in the area.

If you have been injured in a plane crash, you need experienced representation on your side. Contact the Phoenix aviation accident lawyers of Haralson, Miller, Pitt, Feldman & McAnally P.L.C. by calling 800-763-0964 today.

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