10a. ”I have not lived a single day without regretting that accident,” Tom wrote. “If your device prevents even one person from going through what I have gone through, it is a world class accomplishment.”
10b. Tom doesn’t want anyone else to go through what he went through.
10d. This is a reasonable claim, he is trying to prevent people from being in a situation that he is in. Clearly wants the best for people working in the same industry as him.
4a. Consumer Safety Advocates state, “Saws cut off 4,000 fingers a year. This gadget could fix that.”
4b. Explains what this new product can do and how it can minimize the amount of amputations a year,
4d. This claim is an opinion because we might not know or believe that this saw will prevent a certain amount of injuries
11a. An amputee says, “I lost a finger and half the use of my hand in a table saw accident the cost of a cartridge a new blade is well worth having that safety.”
11b. The amputee explains that the cost of the cartridge is well worth having the safety instead of ending up like him
11d. An opinion because he is saying that the expense will always be well worth preventing his accident
2a. Customers says “I note the people opposed to sawstop don’t own one. I own 2. Jobsite and contractor. Used professionally, and I won’t let anyone on a jobsite use another saw.”
2b. the people opposed to saw stop don’t own one
2d. The claim is true because how can you judge something you have never used.