Winter 2018 Product Recalls

We don’t like it when people get sick or injured, and neither does the government, so every few months we like to do a deep dive into the most recent product recalls and share with you the ones we think you should be aware of — especially when it comes to the safety of your [...]

2019-02-01T16:01:32-08:00December 13th, 2018|Product Recalls, Recall, Recalls, Toy Recall|0 Comments

Spring & Summer 2018 Product Recall Alerts, Part 2

This is Part Two of our Spring & Summer product recall series. For Part One, click here. We’re almost halfway through 2018, and with the school year coming to an end, children will be spending more and more time at home with their toys. Since it’s been a few months since our last product recall [...]

2019-02-01T16:01:35-08:00June 28th, 2018|Product Recalls, Product Recalls, Recall, Recalls|0 Comments

Product Safety Recalls: November Updates

Here are just some of the latest in consumer product safety recalls. Be sure to check them out to make sure you stay informed about your purchases! Arctic Cat Recreational Off-Highway Vehicle Due to Fire Hazard Recall Date: October 27, 2017 Recall Number: 18-017 Recall Details: Arctic Cat recreational off-highway vehicles (ROVs) Sold At: Arctic [...]

Product Safety Recalls: Polaris, MixBin, BRIO, Laura Ashley, & a Takata Airbag Update

Check these product recall notices to be sure you and the people you know can stay safe and informed. POLARIS recalls General Recreational Off-Highway Vehicles due to crash hazard. Recall Date: August 22, 2017 Recall Number: 17-763 Recall Details: GENERAL recreational off-highway vehicles (ROVS) Hazard: Inconsistent tire pressure information can result in improperly-inflated tires, which [...]

Important Recalls: Sabrett Hotdogs, Honda Accord and Takata Air Bags

Although most consumer products are tested for safety, no process is perfect.  Unsafe products can and do make their way to market all the time.  When these defective products are discovered, a recall is often issued.  This week’s recalls are – Sabrett Hotdogs which could cause oral injury, Honda Accord battery defect that could trigger [...]

Recall Notices – Kawasaki, Britax and Hazen

Kawasaki Recalls Kawasaki recalls Utility Vehicles, Recreational Off-Highway Vehicles and All- Terrain Vehicles due to fire hazard. Recall Details: 1) Name of Product: Mule SX™, Mule 4010, Mule 4010 Trans 4x4®, Mule 4000, Mule PRO-FX™, Mule PRO-FXT™, Mule PRO-DX™, Mule PRO-DXT™, Teryx, Teryx4 and Brute Force 750 4x4i. Hazard: The fuel pump/fuel level sensor retainer plate may [...]

Recall Notices: Toyota, HoMedics, Combi Strollers

If you own any of the products described below, you and your family could be at serious risk for injuries. This month's recalls included reports of electric shock and burns from handheld HomeMedics massagers, a potential fall hazard from Combi strollers, and risk of oil leakage in some Toyota Tacoma vehicles. HoMedics Handheld Massagers HoMedics [...]

Urgent Vehicle Recalls Spring 2017

This post is in response to multiple urgent vehicle recalls announced in the past few weeks. If you own a Ford, Lincoln, Honda, or Acura, please read below for more information about these dangerous recalls. One of these recalls is in light of a recent update in the Takata airbag recall. Engine Fire Hazard in [...]

Recall Notices: RYOBI, Helix, Dillard’s, Graco & Evanger’s

This month's recalls were especially shocking because they had so many reports of injuries. The RYOBI Electric Jet Fan Blower recall is in response to 10,681 reports of the fan inside the blower exploding, launching shrapnel (25 of which included injuries). There were 15 injuries reported from children falling off of Helix Pool Slides, including a [...]

Airbag Recall Update | Takata pleads guilty to fraud

The Takata airbag recall now affects 42 million vehicles worldwide. The LA Times recently referred to it as "the largest automotive recall in U.S. history." As you may know, these faulty airbag inflators can cause airbags to explode, shooting shrapnel into drivers and passengers. Last week, Takata Corp. pleaded guilty to a criminal charge for a [...]