1A. “I found out that table saws cause thousands of these really horrible injuries every year. This inventor, a guy named Steve Gass, had actually figured out a way to prevent just about all of those accidents. Over the years, he’s proved that it works, too.”
1B. Its claims that Gas has invented the safest table saws and are a lot safer than the table saws already out.
1C. This is a factual claim, Gas did make table saws safer.
1D. This claim is persuasive and accurate. Gas is getting people to want to buy this “safer” product.
Consumer Safety Advocates-
4A. “Approximately 40,000 Americans go to hospital emergency rooms every year with injuries sustained while operating table saws. About 4,000 of those injuries – or more than 10 every day – are amputations”.
4B. About 40,000 Americans go to the hospital every year with injuries due to table saws. Around 4,000 of those injuries or more than 10 every day are amputations.
4C. This is a factual claim. It is stating the statistics of Americans getting hurt due to table saws. This is also a consequential claim since getting injured and an amputation is the consequence of the use of table saws.
4D. This claim about table saws injuring so many people is accurate and also persuasive.
5A. “Wec says his permanent and “traumatic injury” could have been prevented if Bosch and its competitors had not rejected and fought against the safety technology”.
5B. Wec is claiming that his permanent injury could have been prevented if Bocsh, the company of the power saw he bought had not rejected and fought against the safety technology.
5C. This is a casual claim since the company, Bocsh rejected safety technology which lead to cause his permanent injury.
5D. This claim is accurate, logical and persuasive. This injury could have never had happened if Bosch did not reject the safety technology.