Rasansky Law Firm Offers FREE Consultations!

Submitted by jrlaw on Jun 2nd, 2014
An individual who has suffered personal injury in either an auto accident, home accident, or even an accident involving premises liability may not be aware of the legal options that may be open to him or her. In addition, many people don’t understand that these types of cases do not require cash up front, but are based on a percentage of the award. Even then, the client only pays if their attorney was able to recover money through a settlement or successful verdict.

Testosterone Therapy Poses Major Heart and Stroke Risk

Submitted by jrlaw on Apr 15th, 2014

A new study warns that testosterone therapy could increase the risk of stroke and heart attack in men over 65, as well as men under this age having a history of heart or blood vessel problems.

The study, published in the journal PLoS One, went on to state that testosterone replacement therapy, used by men with low energy and sex drive to boost these levels, could cause a two-fold increase in the risk of developing cardiovascular conditions.

What To Do If Involved in a Pileup Car Accident

Submitted by jrlaw on Apr 11th, 2014

A pileup accident (also known as a chain-reaction accident or multi-vehicle collision) occurrs when vehicles continue to wreck into an existing car accident on the highway. 

ALERT: Infant Play Yards Recalled

Submitted by jrlaw on Jan 8th, 2010

About 213,000 Safety 1st Disney Care Center and Eddie Bauer Complete Care play yards, manufactured in China and imported by Dorel Juvenile Group Inc. of Columbus, Ind., have been recalled.


The metal bars supporting the floorboard on the bassinet attachment can come out of their fabric sleeves. This creates a suffocation hazard. No incidents have been reported.
The play yards were sold by Babies "R" Us, Kmart, Sears, Target and Wal-mart between January 2007 and October 2009.
Consumers should immediately stop using the bassinet attachment to the play yard and contact Dorel Juvenile Group for a free repair kit including replacement bassinet fabric, bassinet bars and installation instructions.
For additional information, contact Dorel Juvenile Group toll-free at (866) 762-2166 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. ET Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. ET Friday, or visit the firm’s Web site

ALERT: Toy Gun Recalled due to Choking Hazard

Submitted by jrlaw on Dec 23rd, 2009

According to Justice News Flash, a potentially dangerous toy gun was recalled last week. The toy in question is called the Action Team Toy Dart Gun Set. OKK Trading handles the distribution of the toy.

ALERT: Precious Moments Tree Topper Recall, Poses Fire Hazard

Submitted by jrlaw on Dec 23rd, 2009

That peaceful angel sitting atop your Christmas tree may not be as innocent as she appears. If you have a Christmas tree up or even if you have recently picked up some new ornaments you had better have a look at your tree topper. If you are one of the approximately 4,300 owners of a Precious Moments Angel Tree Topper you need to be aware that the item has recently been recalled due to its potential risk of overheating and starting fire, according to an article on

ALERT: Slim-Fast Recalls Can Drink due to Bacteria Contamination

Submitted by jrlaw on Dec 23rd, 2009
Chances are, you probably have tried Slim-Fast at least once in your life. If not to lose weight then to at least taste what all the fuss is about! However, it may concern you to know that Slim-Fast (or Slimfast) recently found itself in a precarious situation because of possible bacterial contamination in its products. 
Slim-Fast voluntarily ordered a product recall of all its “ready-to-drink” canned shakes effective December 3. This product recall included all cans regardless of flavor or even “best-by” date. The company urged its customers to continue using snack and meal bars as well as powdered shake mixes as replacements.
According to the Food and Drug Administration, there was a possibility that cans were contaminated with Bacillus cereus. This bacterium is known to be harmful and could cause painful and dangerous symptoms of infection like nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. Though this infection isn’t believed to be life threatening, it is unknown how it can affect consumers with sensitive digestive or immune systems.

ALERT: Non Child Resistant Packaging Sparks Vicks DayQuil Recall

Submitted by jrlaw on Dec 22nd, 2009

It is something that parents often fear. The possibility of a child getting into the medicine cabinet and being able to open medication packaging is a terrifying thought. The packaging of such products has improved dramatically over the years. Child resistant caps and tougher blister pack backing has improved safety. Trans World News is reporting that the Proctor and Gamble Company has just issued a voluntary product recall of Vicks DayQuil Cold & Flu 24 packs.


ALERT: Boys’ Hoodies Cause a Potential Strangulation Hazard

Submitted by jrlaw on Dec 22nd, 2009

It is not something that we often think of as potentially threatening, but clothing can be added to the seemingly endless list of possible threats to children. According to a story on the New York Injury News, a certain style of hooded flannel and fleece sweatshirts sold exclusively through Burlington Coat Factoryhas recently been recalled. The shirts in question have been shown to present a strangulation hazard, though there have been no reports of injury thus far. The drawstring on the hoodie is at the root of the voluntary product recall.

ALERT: More Toxic Toys Found on Store Shelves

Submitted by jrlaw on Dec 22nd, 2009

In a story that is reminiscent of two years ago, just in time for the holidays, there is a new report of toxic toys on the market. MSNBC is reporting that some toys carrying the Barbie and Disney logos have been found to have high levels of lead. The Center for Environmental Health, a consumer advocacy group, ran tests on approximately 250 toys and found that seven of them violated federal standards for lead levels. These findings are extremely concerning as higher concentrations of lead can cause permanent brain damage. 

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