The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has issued over a recall a day, with 17 new recalls since our last update two weeks ago.
Toyota Motor Corporation and the United States government has reached a settlement agreement over a four-year criminal probe into recalls for unintended acceleration in Toyota vehicles.
Testosterone supplements, including Androgel® and Axiron®, have been linked with adverse cardiac events, including heart attack, stroke, blood clots, and even death.
The Friedman Research Corporation has released a new study showing that 303 people died as a result of airbag failure in the vehicles currently being recalled by General Motors for ignition switch problems.
In a case before California’s 2nd District Court of Appeal, a plaintiff is seeking punitive damages in a car crash that occurred because of a driver who was texting, the first court case of its kind to make it to trial.
A staged collapse during a school performance in Anaheim on Saturday, March 8th, injured about two dozen high school students.
12 recalls have been announced by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) over the past two weeks.
With a post to Facebook, Dana Snay, a Miami teenager, cost her family $80,000 plus attorneys' fees by violating a confidentiality agreement attached to a legal settlement.