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Smoke Detector Attorney

We’ve come to learn that the smoke detector manufacturers continue to sell ionization smoke detectors. People are simply unaware of the difference, and the fact that if they rely on ionization they may be left with too little time to escape a fire in certain circumstances. The two types are based upon the technology that…

Defective Smoke Detectors Fire is an ancient danger. According to Greek myth, a fire had to be stolen from the gods, and it remains devastating, dangerous, and unpredictable. Over 3,000 people are killed every year in residential fires in the U.S as smoke, flames, and deadly gases race through their homes. These deaths are tragic…

Experience Investigating And Handling Defective Smoke Detector Cases When you or your family has been seriously injured because an ionization smoke detector failed to go off, what can you do to make sure the facts of your accident will be fully investigated? When a fire results in injuries or the loss of your home, who…

A Failed Smoke Detector Can Have Catastrophic Consequences A smoke alarm is a product that has to work. When we place our trust in a smoke detector and it does not work as intended, the results can be tragic. Ionization smoke detectors marketed by Kidde and other manufacturers respond well to fast flaming fires that…

Have you or someone close to you been harmed because of a defective smoke detector? Certain types of smoke detectors are better and responding to certain types of fires than others. People harmed by defective smoke detectors have the right to seek compensation for their losses, including medical bills, wage loss and pain, and suffering….

The following case involves negligence stemming from a fire. In July 2010, a local college student invited a classmate over for dinner. Alcohol was consumed and both students admitted to being intoxicated. During the night, a fire started in the main portion of the apartment. The 19-year-old female plaintiff woke to thick plumes of smoke,…