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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 […]

Recall Notices: Target, Calphalon, Britax, and La-Z-Boy

If you own Calphalon knives, a Britax stroller, or furniture from La-Z-Boy or Target, you’re going to want to read about these recent recalls. Calphalon recalled almost 2 million knives sold in retailers nationwide, including Macy’s and Kohl’s. Due to a potential fall hazard to infants, Britax recalled 676,000 of their Click & Go strollers. Target […]

February 22nd, 2017|Fire Hazard, Personal Injury, Recall, Recalls|0 Comments

Recall Notice: HP, IKEA, and Bolton Furniture

Make sure you know what to do to keep your family safe if you own a HP laptop, an IKEA MYSINGSÖ beach chair, or a Bolton Furniture Two Over Two 4-drawer Dresser (sold at retailers like Target, Amazon, ToysRUs, and Wayfair).

 
HP Laptop Batteries:

HP recently added another 101,000 laptop batteries to their previous recall last June. A […]

Airbag Recall Alert: Is Your Car Safe?

Takata airbags installed in millions of U.S. vehicles across over 30 brands are now subject to a massive recall. Affected vehicles may contain defective, potentially deadly airbag inflators.

Last month, a 17-year-old from Texas died in a low-speed collision when the Takata airbag inflator inside the steering wheel exploded and launched shrapnel straight at her. Unfortunately, […]

Car Seat Safety: Are You Practicing It?

If you are visiting family this holiday season, you may be traveling on the roads. During these long road trips, it is important to ensure the safety of your family, such as checking the status of the tires prior to travel. How about if you are traveling with young children? Have you recently evaluated your […]

ATTENTION: Whirlpool Microwave Recall

Whirlpool has recently placed a recall on their hooded combination microwaves. This Whirlpool microwave recall was placed as a precaution to fire hazard accidents. The possibility of fires is due to a defect caused by the internal arcing, which during usage, can ignite a burst of fire in an internal plastic component. An arc fault […]

Fire Hazard: Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is urging Samsung Galaxy Note 7 owners to stop using the device due to potential fire hazards. Samsung is currently working with the agency to issue a government-mandated recall.

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Samsung announced a voluntary recall of 2.5 million manufactured phones. According to the company, the faulty battery is affecting […]

Recall Notice: McDonald’s Step-It Wristbands

According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, there is a current recall on McDonald’s Step-It wristbands, which have been distributed in Happy Meals. These colorful wristbands, as part of McDonald’s health conscious movement, were intended to help kids count steps and stay active. These colorful wristbands light up whenever there is movement.

McDonalds has received […]

Subaru Steering Recall

Do you drive a Subaru Legacy 2016-2017 or Subaru Outback 2015-2017?
If so, your Subaru may be the subject a National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recall because of a steering problem.

                

  Subaru Legacy                                                                      Subaru Outback

Subaru announced the recall of certain models where the steering column may have been improperly machined and as a result turning […]

May 18th, 2016|Recalls|0 Comments

Worldwide Takata Air bag Recall

Is your car’s air bag defective?

In the news: Unprecedented automotive recall of Takata air bags is now occurring worldwide.

The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports:

Takata Corporation manufactures air bag inflators that use ammonium nitrate, a chemical that ignites an air bag upon impact.
Ammonium nitrate degrades over time especially when exposed to high humidity […]

May 6th, 2016|Recalls|0 Comments