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in damages, after finding that the makers of Visions glass cookware, World Kitchen Inc. , and Corning Incorporated, were negligent by not including warning labels with these glass cookware products. The decision is being appealed. "This case serves as a stark reminder that the glass cookware people use in their kitchens every day, may not be as safe as they think," Smitiuch added. "When it comes to public safety, consumers have every right to be fully informed, to help prevent another tragedy. Since 1983, there have been more than 2,000 reported incidents in. Source: www.prnewswire.com
A Canadian appellate court has upheld a $1. 15 million award to a man injured while rinsing a piece of Visions glass cookware 14 years ago. The award requiring payment by Corning Inc. and World Kitchen Inc. was approved early this month by the Ontario Court of Appeal. A lower court ruled in favor of plaintiff Lanny Stilwell, now 58, last summer. Stilwell was 44 on Sept. 11, 2000, when a Visions dutch oven broke into four pieces as he rinsed it. He lost massive amounts of blood and suffered severed tendons, arteries and nerves. He lost the use of his hand and was unable to return to work as a forklift operator. The injured man sued World Kitchen, but the case was delayed when the company filed for bankruptcy protection in 2007. Corning Inc. , which developed Visions cookware, was added as a defendant in 2008. World Kitchen bought the Visions product line, along with other Corning Inc. consumer products, in 1998. Stilwell’s lawyer, Michael Smitiuch, said Corning Inc. and World Kitchen have 30 days from the date of the latest ruling to appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada. The three-judge appellate panel said the companies were negligent because they failed to include adequate warnings that consumers should stop using Visions cookware if it is banged or dropped. If those warnings had been included, the judges speculated, Stilwell’s wife would not have bought the dutch oven. Smitiuch said 2,000 other people have been injured by Visions cookware since 1983. Stilwell, of London, Ont. , has no feeling from the middle of his right forearm to the end of his fingers. His wife, Mickey Neale, 51, had to quit her job as a lab technician to care for him. Stilwell said his doctor has classified him as permanently disabled. It took more than 200 stitches to re-attach his hand following the incident. The Stilwell case is thought to be one of the longest personal injury cases in Canadian history, Smitiuch said. The Corning Watch column offers analysis of news involving Corning Inc. Contact Larry Wilson in care of Star-Gazette, P. O. Box 285, Elmira, NY 14902. or by email at ldwilson2278@gmail. Source: www.stargazette.com
When Howard Finster died in 2001, his famed Paradise Garden folk art environment slid into a decade-long decline, and the steady flow of tourists visiting this struggling northwest Georgia corner slowed to a trickle. But the stubborn creative streak that has long run in this quiet, secluded town didn’t die with Georgia’s most famous folk artist. That should be apparent at Finster Fest 2015 , taking place May 30-31 in Dowdy Park at the foot of the Chattooga County seat’s small downtown. Sixty artists, most from these parts, will show rustic-styled art, pottery, sculpture, jewelry and more. With 5,000 visitors expected, other artists hope to detour some of the festival traffic to their nearby studios or storefronts. Finster Fest is a major fund-raising event of the Paradise Garden Foundation, the non-profit that signed on to reopen the folk artist’s faith-inspired roadside attraction after Chattooga County purchased it in 2011. In addition to an ambitious... In that spirit, we provide a six-stop “Finsterville” tour of places filled with art (folk and other) and funk (antiques and other) that visitors can explore on a day trip. Paradise Garden. Visitors to the 2. 5-acre site the retired minister-turned-handyman created to glory in God’s grace and celebrate the inventions of mankind encounter an array of unusual structures Finster built, many of which have been recently restored. First they enter a major new building, the Paradise Garden Visitor Center, which was dedicated in late 2013 and includes permanent and changing exhibits, a video room and gift shop. But the most inspiring feature, especially on a sunny spring day with bird song carrying in the breeze, may be the Mosaic Garden in the garden’s southwest corner. Already in his 60s when he started it, Finster constructed his slice of paradise on swampland. With little more than a shovel and sweat equity, he dredged out canals that encircled the concrete sculptures and sidewalks he crafted, all studded with crockery and car parts, shards of mirror and yard ornaments and countless other reclaimed bits... Since the Paradise Garden Foundation took over the site three years ago, workers have recovered most. Source: artsculture.blog.ajc.com
Since the earthquake, Jose has traveled there 20 times, brought clean cookware and started a bakery and restaurant. He told me: “I realized, You will see very proud visions of their roots, of who they are, their possibilities. You will see a
But it's been a rough start for Chemours, which took over DuPont's performance chemical operations, including refrigerants and resins like Teflon, used in nonstick cookware. Sales of one of the new company's key products, Marty Hageman, executive
TORONTO, Aug. 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ - Consumers across North America are being warned about the potential dangers of Visions glass cookware, after a London, Ontario-area man was awarded $1.15 million in damages in the first successful North
A Canadian appellate court has upheld a $1.15 million award to a man injured while rinsing a piece of Visions glass cookware 14 years ago. The award requiring payment by Corning Inc. and World Kitchen Inc. was approved early this month by the Ontario
What you'll find: This 3-year-old downtown art and craft boutique, with a name inspired by Finster (who was known as the Man of Visions), is a co-op representing a dozen mainly local artists. Donnie Davis, who works at Paradise Garden and is the artist
TORONTO, Aug. 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ - Consumers across North America are being warned about the potential dangers of Visions glass cookware, after a London, Ontario-area man was awarded $1.15 million in damages in the first successful North American ...