Explosive Cell Phones: The Risk Of Lithium Ion Batteries

Written By Eva Brindisi Pearlman |November 20, 2017


The use of lithium ion batteries have become very popular with manufacturers in recent years and can be found in many of the devices we use on a daily basis. Lately though lithium ion batteries have been in the news as they have been responsible for injuring people due to exploding. Is using products that are powered by these type of batteries safe? Read the latest blog from the personal injury lawyers at Brindisi, Murad, Brindisi & Pearlman to learn of the possible dangers of lithium ion batteries, what causes them to explode and what you should do if you are injured by one.

Is A Fidget Spinner Safe?

Written By Eva Brindisi Pearlman | August 25, 2017


Fidget spinners are the latest crazy as many children are begging their parents to purchase them one. But the question many parents have is "Are they safe?". There are incidents that are happening across the country where children are being injured by these devices and the manufacturers are not warning people of possible hazards. If you are thinking about purchasing a fidgit spinner or know that your children are playing with them, read the latest blog from the personal injury lawyers at Brindisi, Murad, Brindisi & Pearlman to learn of the possible dangers.


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UPDATE: HOVERBOARD Injuries: Do I Have A Case?

Written By Eva Brindisi Pearlman | April 15, 2016


Hoverboards are in the news once again. And as fast as they became a trend, they became obsolete. Hoverboards were all the rage during the holidays, but have you seen them around lately?


Not only are they getting banned from just about everywhere, if you are trying to purchase one it definitely isn't as easy as it once was. Take a look at our update to the blog we wrote back on February 5th, 2016

Protect Your home from an Electrical Fire

Written By Eva Brindisi Pearlman | March 6, 2016


It is a home owner’s biggest fear, a house fire. The unfortunate event could result in a total loss of property or even the loss of a life. Though they are most frequently accidents, there are a few common causes of a house fire.


The leading causes for residential fires include cooking, heating, smoking, electrical, and open flames such as unattended candles. These are considered accidental, but there may be a liability issue within the situation. Others are intentionally set, which with any property damage or injury, it is deemed a criminal matter.

Drone Negligence: What If It Happens To You?

Written By Eva Brindisi Pearlman | February 19, 2016


As an example of advanced technology, drones (also known as UAVs) are skyrocketing in popularity every day. However, drone safety legislation cannot be regulated at the same rate, resulting in lawsuits from drone negligence.


We at Brindisi, Murad, Brindisi & Pearlman are not anti-drone. Truthfully, we believe drones provide many positive benefits for society in the future. We have no intention of banning drones and their many uses. As personal injury lawyers, we look out for the safety of our community; and with the amplified usage of drones, there will also be an escalation in civilian drone accidents. It is inevitable. Our purpose is to create an informative discussion on how to handle a potential drone injury claim. While these devices are both fun and advantageous, our overall intent is to keep the public safe.

HOVERBOARD Injuries: Do I Have A Case?

Written By Eva Brindisi Pearlman | February 5, 2016


Last year’s must-have holiday gift was without a doubt the hoverboard. Essentially a glorified Segway, the hoverboard is an electric-powered self-balancing scooter; and contrary to its name, does not actually hover. Though they are trending with children and teens, these machines can be extremely dangerous. With nothing to hold onto, hoverboards are difficult to use and cause many hard falls for its users. However, the falling injuries are not even the worst of it. These hoverboards have also been discovered to be susceptible to catch on fire while charging. These “children’s toys” are anything but child’s play.


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