Articles by NPHM

Bicycle parts recalled due to risk for Ohio defective product injuries

by NPHM | January 13th, 2011

January 13, 2011 Bicycles have been manufactured for a long time, but that doesn’t exempt them from defective product safety hazards. According to MSNBC, Quality Bicycle Products is voluntarily recalling handlebar stems because they could lead to Ohio defective product injuries. According to the Journal Sentinel, the defective products are at risk for breaking or […]

Helicopter, plane crash into each other; 2 dead

by NPHM | January 12th, 2011

January 11, 2011 Two people lost their lives on New Year’s Eve when a helicopter skidded across the top of a small airplane, according to nbc29.com. The two who died in the Virginia plane crash were flying a Cessna. Those in the helicopter reported that neither radio traffic nor their crash avoidance device alerted them […]

Transmitters checked after Sen. Ted Stevens’ plane crash

by NPHM | January 6th, 2011

January 6, 2011 Federal safety inspectors are looking into the Alaska plane crash that killed former Sen. Ted Stevens, according to latimes.com. Investigators want to make sure locator transmitters on planes are properly installed and will work after a plane crash. The aircraft’s transmitters may have failed to function after the plane crashed into an Alaska […]

Snow blowers recalled due to Ohio defective product injury risk

by NPHM | January 6th, 2011

January 6, 2011 During the winter, we depend on many different types of equipment and tools to help  get us through the difficult weather challenges. One tool we can’t depend on is certain models of Honda snow blowers, according to UPI. UPI states that 18,500 Honda snow blowers are being recalled due to their risk […]

Three die in Wyoming plane crash

by NPHM | December 27th, 2010

December 27, 2010 Three family members’ lives were lost in Wyoming plane crash, KWTX reports. The Wyoming plane crash occurred on Christmas Eve. The cause of the Wyoming plane crash is still under investigation, and officials declined to provide any details about what happened. Read more about the Wyoming plane crash here. What are your concerns about […]

Holiday Travelers Should Expect Delays

by NPHM | December 21st, 2010

Though statistically the summer months are the busiest of all, airline passengers should expect delays this holiday season. From severe winter weather to amateur travelers clogging airport lines, USA Today warns that the holidays are the season for delays. A recent USA Today analysis reports that “the three weeks from mid-December through the New Year […]

Couple sustains minor injuries in Ohio plane crash

by NPHM | December 10th, 2010

December 10, 2010 An Ohio plane crash involved a single-engine plane flown by a man and his wife. The plane crashed in a field outside of Willard, Ohio, according to Fox8.com. The couple only sustained minor injures in the Ohio plane crash and were taken to Willard Mercy Hospital. Read more. What factors do you think […]

Eggs considered an Ohio defective product

by NPHM | November 11th, 2010

November 11, 2010 Eggs have been controversial when it comes to their health benefits. However, cholesterol is not the reason eggs are in question now. According to NewsNet5, eggs from an Ohio farm could be the source of Ohio defective product injuries due to salmonella. The farm that produces the eggs in question has received […]

Struggle over harsher regulation of lithium batteries ensues after recent crash

by NPHM | November 1st, 2010

A recent UPS cargo plane crashed in Dubai after catching fire. Though the direct cause of the accident is still under investigation, officials suspect lithium batteries may be the culprit. Lithium batteries are used in everyday devices such as watches, cell phones, and computers. Some argue that as lithium batteries are highly flammable, they should […]

Stoves could cause Ohio defective product injuries

by NPHM | October 28th, 2010

October 28, 2010 When you buy a new appliance, you expect it to not only work but also be safe for use in your home. With all the regulations from the government that seek to protect consumers, you would expect that to be the case. However, one company is recalling its products due to the […]