Woman Dies Due to Faulty Takata Airbag


At least eleven people have died in the United States as the result of a particular defective product—and one that you may not suspect. The very airbags that are installed in cars to keep people safe have been killing people. This does not apply to all airbags, only those manufactured by the Takata Corporation. In... Read More

Crash Injures Four Pedestrians


Four students were injured last week when they were struck by a car and debris from a crash outside Ayala High School in Chino Hills. One of the pedestrians was seriously injured and had to be airlifted to a nearby trauma center; the others received only minor injuries and did not require hospitalization. The driver... Read More

Carrey Suit Raises Wrongful Death Issue


If you follow celebrity news, you’re no doubt aware that actor Jim Carrey has been the target of a wrongful death lawsuit. While it’s impossible for us to say exactly what happened in Mr. Carrey’s case, the suit raises a number of concerns, none of which should be taken lightly. Many of the issues which... Read More

Talcum Powder Link to Cancer Exposed


For years, women and some medical professionals have suspected that there might be a connection between the use of talc-based personal-care products and certain illnesses—especially cancer. But there was difficulty in proving that link when it involved just a few reports of ill effects and concerned an ingredient used in everything from plastic and paint... Read More

“Pokémon Go” Distracting Drivers Everywhere


Recently, the new mobile game “Pokémon Go” has taken the gaming world by storm. In little more than a week after its debut, the smash-hit app became one of the most popular mobile games of all time. The main reason “Pokémon Go” has been so successful is the nature of the game itself. “Pokémon Go”... Read More