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Who is liable for serious injuries from a 3D printed object?

As many New Jersey residents may already know, three-dimensional (3D) printing is a relatively recent and revolutionary manufacturing method of making objects using a computer printer. Depending on the material used and the plans of the item to be printed, a "self-manufactured" item may be the wave of the future. With the ability to duplicate items possibly based on current products, certain dangers may arise. The question of who is responsible if serious injuries occur from a 3D printed object needs to be considered.

3 passengers die in New Jersey car accident, driver charged

Most New Jersey motorists already know the inherent dangers of drinking and driving. One young driver is learning this lesson the hard way. Police have charged the 19-year-old man with the DUI related deaths of his three passengers that died in a tragic car accident.

1 dead, 1 injured in New Jersey car accident

No one can predict what might happen while out on a New Jersey two-lane roadway. Unfortunately, for one woman, an early afternoon drive came to a tragic end. The 65-year-old driver of a Mazda, for reasons that are unclear at this time, crossed the center median into oncoming traffic. The car collided head-on with a Chevy Suburban. This car accident killed the driver of the smaller vehicle.

New Jersey car accident kills 1 and injures 4

The only thing worse than working all day may be the long drive home, as many New Jersey residents experience daily. One solution is using either public or commuter transportation, which could consist of a train, subway or bus. Rush hour traffic can be very stressful because of the overly congested roadways. Being involved in a car accident was fatal for one woman recently and caused injury to four others.