Call Us - We're Easy to Talk To (214) 999-9999

Honda Confirms 19th Death Related to Takata Airbags

Reuters reports Honda announced that the automaker and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration have determined that an incident in January that caused the death of a person in a 2002 Honda Accord was caused by a ruptured Takata airbag. The death marks the 19th death in the US related to the defective air bags and […]

Continue Reading

Amazon to Pay Customers Injured by Others’ Products, Does Not Admit Liability

Amazon said it would pay customers who suffer injuries or property damage from defective goods others sell on its U.S. platform, in a new policy that could reduce litigation. For years, consumers have sued the world’s largest online retailer, arguing it is liable when a merchant sells bad products on Amazon.com. Effective Sept. 1, Amazon […]

Continue Reading

Congressional Investigation: Many Booster Seat Makers “Endangered” Children’s Lives

ProPublica said, “In an unusually harsh and pointed report, a U.S. House subcommittee, responding to a ProPublica investigation, found widespread evidence that the nation’s largest manufacturers of car seats ‘endangered the lives of millions of American children and misled consumers about the safety of booster seats’ in crashes that can kill or paralyze children.” Last week, […]

Continue Reading

Three Companies to Recall Home Elevators to Address Safety Hazard Threatening Children

The Washington Post reports that “three companies agreed to recall their home elevators to fix a safety hazard that has killed and hurt children for decades, regulators announced Tuesday.” According to the Post, “Two other major manufacturers continued to refuse the Consumer Product Safety Commission’s request that they voluntarily agree to notify consumers and make minor […]

Continue Reading

Millions of Vehicles with Recalled Takata Airbags are Still on US Roads

WMC-TV Memphis, TN reports on its website that there are “11 million vehicles in the US, ranging in age from 2002 to 2015, that still have deadly Takata airbags inside the steering wheel.” The defect, which “leads to airbag inflators rupturing and sending metal fragments flying,” prompted “the largest automotive recall in U.S. history.” The recall […]

Continue Reading

Understanding the Process of Getting Compensation From a Product Liability Claim

It is never an easy decision to make when looking for compensation. Understanding the process of getting compensated for a product liability claim can help you feel more confident in your decision to file one. This blog post will help you understand the process of getting compensation from a product liability claim. What Is a […]

Continue Reading

CBS News Investigation Identifies Dangers of Vehicle Seatbacks

An in-depth investigation by CBS News has revealed potential dangers of vehicle seatbacks that have led to a number of injuries. The investigation found that the collapse of front seats during crashes can launch occupants into the back seat, causing injuries or death. Over 100 people were identified as being victims in such crashes over […]

Continue Reading

CPSC Seeks to Force Company to Repair Elevators To Prevent Child Injury

The Consumer Product Safety Commission is filing a lawsuit seeking to force the recall of home elevators that have caused a number of injuries to children. The lawsuit against ThyssenKrupp Access will seek to force the company to make repairs to elevators that will prevent child injuries or deaths. The CPSC considered filing a similar […]

Continue Reading

Texas Leads Nation In Deadly Crane Accidents

Texas leads the nation in fatal crane accidents with nearly four times as many deaths as any other state from 2011-2015, according to federal labor statistics. The CBS 11 I-Team found since 2012, eight North Texas workers have been killed in crane accidents. Several of the deaths at the time of the accidents were never […]

Continue Reading

Was Your Child Born with a Birth Defect? Toxic Materials That May Have Caused It

Every year, 120,000 babies with birth defects are born in the United States. That figure comes to about 3 percent of births. Many of these birth defects are caused by one or more environmental toxins that affect the development of a human fetus in utero. If your baby is one of this 3 percent, you […]

Continue Reading
Load More Posts

Bob Kraft

I am a Dallas, Texas lawyer who has had the privilege of helping thousands of clients since 1971 in the areas of Personal Injury law and Social Security Disability.

About This Blog

The title of this blog reflects my attitude toward those government agencies and insurance companies that routinely mistreat injured or disabled people. As a Dallas, Texas lawyer, I've spent more than 45 years trying to help those poor folk, and I have been frustrated daily by the actions of the people on the other side of their claims. (Sorry if I offended you...)

If you find this type of information interesting or helpful, please visit my law firm's main website at KraftLaw.com. You will find many more articles and links. Thank you for your time.

Find us on your preferred network