McDonald’s Franchise Owners Settle Employee Compensation Lawsuit
A new toy recall has been issued that parents should be made aware of. The recall pertains to PlanToys Baby Gyms, which have been recalled due to the concern that “babies can strangle on the side rope crossbars on the baby gyms.” The gyms are designed to be placed on the floor for babies to play. But how can parents tell if they purchased one of these recalled baby gyms for their children?
A recall was issued yesterday for more than 63,000 Fisher-Price “motorized infant seats after receiving 36 reports of the product overheating and one report of a fire starting in the seat’s motor housing.” While there have been no injuries reported so far, Fisher-Price isn’t taking any chances, and decided to issue a “fast track” recall of the product, “meaning that the company is committed to working with the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) to remove the recalled product as quickly as possible.”
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Are you looking for auto insurance policies in California? It is a legal requirement that all car owners insure their cars before taking them out on the roads. California auto insurance policies also enable car owners to secure themselves and their vehicles from all probable risks and threats. Hence, even if it wasn’t a legal requirement, it would be a good idea to carry such coverage.
The wildfires that tore through Northern California devastated neighborhoods, businesses, and forests. Now as the ash begins to settle, many are beginning to take stock of the damage, including many of the wineries throughout the regions. Some of these wineries are even starting the insurance claim process, though “many of the smaller vintners are likely to find limits in their policies,” meaning payouts are likely to fall short of rebuilding costs, unfortunately.