Burn Injury

Christmas Tree Safety: How To Prevent Fire Accidents This Holiday Season

By Jonathan Roven on December 6, 2018 - Comments off

It’s that time of the year again; when homes are festooned with colorful lights, tree ornaments and family mementos, all of them piled upon that beautiful pine Christmas tree. Pine trees are the staple of many homes across America, and are the uncontested symbol of Christmas holiday. Christmas trees can cause home fires, resulting in […]

 

Explosion at Exxon Mobil Refinery In Torrance

By Robert Kahn on February 18, 2015 - Comments off

An explosion was recently reported at the Exxon Mobil refinery in Torrance. The report was by the residents who heard the explosion and felt the ground shake The cause of the explosion is currently unknown. Students at the Torrance School District (30 schools in the district) were told to shelter shortly after the incident, as […]

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Watch Out for Defective Product Burn Injuries

By Robert Kahn on December 29, 2014 - Comments off

Every year, it seems as though more injury accidents occur during the holiday rush. Whether fighting the traffic and crowds to get the best gifts for everyone on your list or spending hours in the kitchen baking and cooking for your Christmas get-together, it’s easy to forgo safety for the sake of getting everything ready […]

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Keurig Recalls MINI Plus Due to Burn Hazard

By Robert Kahn on December 23, 2014 - Comments off

On December 23, 2014, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission stated that a recall was issued on the Keurig® MINI Plus Brewing Systems because the water can cause burn injury when it overheats during brewing, then spray out and burn consumers. It is very often that a company will issue a recall when there is […]

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Massive Building Fire Blazes in Downtown LA

By Robert Kahn on December 8, 2014 - Comments off

According to a report by the Los Angeles Times, early morning on December 8, a fire broke out in the DaVinci apartment complex in downtown Los Angeles. It eventually grew to the size of a city block, melting freeway signs and shattering windows of nearby buildings. The flames could be seen for miles around. It […]

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