Consumers have certain expectations when they make a product purchase. One of these is the assumption that what they buy will be safe for use. Unfortunately, this often proves not to be the case. Those who […]Read more.
It is very common for people to not file a lawsuit, even when they have a right to take legal action. You can consider pursuing a lawsuit whenever you have experienced an event of negligence or […]Read more.
Product liability refers to the area of tort law that determines who will be held responsible when someone is injured after using a product. If a product has injured you or a family member, you need […]Read more.
Many worries consume expectant parents; car seat safety being one of them. Keeping your child safe when he or she is in a moving vehicle is incredibly important. We’ve provided some important facts about car seat […]Read more.
Can you think of the last time you cleaned out your medicine cabinet? Believe it or not, many of those generic or prescription medications are expiring before your eyes; even worse, some of those medications may […]Read more.
In 2009 a woman was killed in a car accident – she was driving a 2006 Camry. Noriko Uno’s car accelerated unexpectedly, heading the wrong way down a street. It is being determined if the auto […]Read more.
The parents of 11-year-old Breanna Sadler of Vine Grove, Ky., sued the manufacturer of their daughter’s cochlear implants, Advance Bionics of Valencia, Calif., accusing the company of continuing to sell the device after executives knew it […]Read more.
General Motors Co. is recalling Buick, Cadillac, and Chevrolet models due to problems that could put the passenger’s safety in danger in a collision. The Cadillac luxury division is recalling specific 2013 XTS large sedans because […]Read more.
Hyundai and Kia have admitted to overstating the fuel economy on more than one-third of the vehicles they have sold in recent years. The automakers, who are the two fastest-growing auto brands in the United States, […]Read more.
A recent article in the Wall Street Journal has reported that Ford has recently recalled a group of Edge crossover vehicles from the 2012 model year to correct a possible problem with the vehicles’ fuel systems. Ford believes that this could ultimately result in vehicular fires.Read more.