Bosch estimates that it should take a minute to reboot the system if it is falsely tripped. This is an example of a causal claim. The claim is that if something occurs (the system being falsely tripped) then something will happen (the system will take a minute to reboot) because of the occurance.
The saw weighs 79 pounds and retails for $1299, compared to other benchtop table saws of similar size, weight and features, (but for the injury mitigation system) selling for $500 – $600. This is an evaluation claim that analyzes the difference between the two types of saw.
The estimated population of all table saws on the market in the US for 2001/2002 was 8.0 million and for 2007/2008 was 9.5 million. This is a numerical claim and tells the reader how popular tables saws are in the US.
Consumer Safety Advocate
The CPSC predicts switching to the safer saw design will save society $1,500 to $4,000 per saw sold by reducing medical bills and lost work. This is a casual claim informing the reader that if the switch was made to a safer saw design, then medical bills would be lower.
Saws cut off 4,000 fingers a year and the industries refuse to create new and more safety measures. This is a numerical claim that provides the reader with the estimated injuries that could be prevented caused by a product that has been made safer by other producers.
Personal Injury Lawyers
If this safety mechanism had been included in the table saw, Osorio’s injuries would have been limited to a 1/8-inch cut on only one finger… This is a causal claim and is telling the reader that if Osorio had been able to use Safety Saw, then he would not have any of his injuries.
The CPSC predicts switching to the safer saw design will save society $1,500 to $4,000 per saw sold by reducing medical bills and lost work. This is a consequential claim that tells the reader hanging and switching to safer saw design is shown to be reasonable in the claim.
This is a man who has faith in his creation. The proposal claim that Gass has faith in his creation is made clear in how the reporter backs him up on his invention when other actions say differently.