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  • General Mills Pizza? Make mine Plain, hold the Pepperoni
    Nov-22-07 Washington, DC Since the Totino's and Jeno's pizza E. coli outbreak began around mid-July of 2007, General Mills has distributed about 120 million potentially contaminated pizzas to retailers throughout the country. As of November 2nd, General Mills recalled about half a million cases of Jeno's and Totino's pizza because pepperoni on its pizzas is like...
  • Herbal Supplements: A Massive Industry with Little Oversight
    Mar-21-15 Washington, DC Seemingly lost in the headlines over the New York State attorney general’s assertion that four major retailers have been selling fraudulent herbal supplements , instantly triggering a host of lawsuits and questions over testing methods, is the fact that the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not updated its definition of &ldq...
  • California Court Approves Taylor Farms Wage and Hour Settlement
    Nov-25-20 Sacramento, CA On November 2, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California approved an agreement to settle Del Carmen Pena v. Taylor Farms Pacific Inc. The workers allege that Taylor Farms failed to pay them for time spent "donning and doffing" equipment; provide them with rest and meal breaks; and issue paychecks in a timel...
  • Chevy HHR - HHR Ignition Problems, Chevrolet HHR Problems
    The National Highway Transportation Authority (NHTSA) has received complaints about a potential design defect in the Chevy HHR (Heritage High Roof). The Chevrolet HHR problems reportedly include difficulty turning the vehicle off. Chevy HHR complaints have been filed with the NHTSA by vehicle owners, who say they incurred high costs repairing their vehicle...
  • GM Recalls 3.6 Million Cars Linked to Airbag Issue
    Sep-13-16 Detroit, MI: Vehicles with Takata airbags aren't the only ones experiencing airbag failures and other issues, even if they are getting the bulk of the attention these days. In the past week, General Motors issued a recall of more than 3.6 million vehicles thanks to a reported airbag defect that might prevent the airbag from deploying. According to W...
  • Preliminary Settlement Reached in Hardee’s Hepatitis A Class Action Lawsuit
    Santa Clara, CA: A proposed settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit brought by consumers who ate at certain Hardee’s restaurants located in South Carolina and who allege they were exposed to Hepatitis A by infected employees at those restaurants. The settlement affects all persons who consumed food or drink between September...
  • GM Recalls Over 11,000 Cadillac XTS Vehicles
    Detroit, MI: General Motors is recalling more than 11,000 model year 2009-2010 Cadillac CTS sedans. Some of these vehicles have a condition in which a wax coating on the rear suspension toe link jam nuts may allow the nut(s) to loosen. If a nut sufficiently loosens, the toe link could separate and the rear wheel would be able to turn inboard or...
  • GM Recalls 100,000 Cars and Trucks
    Detroit, MI: General Motors is announcing two separate recalls of five different vehicles, affecting approximately 100,000 cars and trucks. The largest recall, involving 95,927 model-year 2005-2007 Cadillac CTS vehicles, has been initiated because the passenger airbag may fail to inflate in a crash, posing potential risk for injury or death. ...
  • Infant Formula From China May be Contaminated Melamine
    FDA Warns Public Not to Use Formula From China Reports of a contaminated milk-based infant formula manufactured in China have prompted the FDA to issue a warning to the general public not to use infant formula manufactured in China. It should be replaced with an appropriate infant formula manufactured in the United States. There is no known threat of cont...
  • Fire Hazard Forces General Motors Recall
    On June 8 General Motors (GM) announced it was recalling 1.5 million cars and trucks worldwide from the 2006 to 2009 model years worldwide to repair problems with a heated windshield washer-fluid system that could short circuit and cause a fire. GM said it had received reports of five fires. The recall includes several crossovers, sport utility vehicles, pic...
  • Investigation Reveals Cause of Exploding Takata Airbags
    Feb-23-16 Santa Clara, CA: An investigation into exploding Takata airbags has determined that there are a number of contributing factors, all of which must act in combination to cause an explosion, the Associated Press (AP) reports. Those factors include but are not limited to the presence of moisture that degrades the ammonium nitrate, a source wishing to...
  • First GM Airbag Lawsuit Dismissed
    Feb-13-16 Oklahoma City, OK: The first bellwether lawsuit concerning GM airbags, which involved a postal worker who claimed he suffered serious back and neck injuries when his airbag failed to deploy, has been dismissed, with the postman accused of committing fraud in his case. Although the lawsuit was dismissed, it does not indicate a ruling on the merits of th...
  • GM Recalls 1.3 Million Compact Cars to Fix Power Steering Assist
    Detroit, MI: General Motors will conduct a safety recall of 1.3 million compact cars to replace a motor in the power steering system. Vehicles affected are the 2005-2010 Chevrolet Cobalt; 2007-2010 Pontiac G5; 2005-2006 Pontiac Pursuit sold in Canada, and the 2005-2006 Pontiac G4 sold in Mexico. GM told the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin...
  • GM Vehicles Recalled for Defective Auto Problem
    Apr-8-09 Detroit, MI If every driver used the emergency brake without fail, then the following auto defect may not be as dangerous as it otherwise might be. However, we don't—and when a defective car is recalled for a problem involving the transmission and the capability for the defective automobile to remain in 'Park,' the possibilities for accident and injury...
  • California AG Pressures Walmart to Protect Vulnerable Employees
    Jun-19-20 Sacramento, CA California Attorney General Xavier Becerra joined a coalition of 12 attorneys general in a letter that calls on Walmart to improve its efforts to protect workers and the public during COVID-19. Lawyers have anticipated a surge in California labor lawsuits arising from employer failures to adequately protect essential workers. But thes...
  • Panacryl Sutures Legal Help.
    Panacryl sutures are a type of absorbable sutures, or stitches, that are commonly used to assist patient's wound healing after surgery. These type of sutures are intended to be absorbed by the body so there is no need for removal at a later time. Panacryl sutures unfortunately may have been the cause of more harm by not dissolving as intended. ...
  • Asbestos Mesothelioma: A Death Sentence Has Its Price
    Jun-2-08 Pittsburgh, PA The family of a pipe fitter who has since died from an asbestos-related disease is launching a second lawsuit against a collection of 35 companies. The lawsuit was filed in May, and states that the defendants should have warned workers and consumers about the dangers of asbestos, and asbestos mesothelioma . The late Ernest L. Edwards had...
  • Fire Hazard Prompts GM to Recall 1.5 Million Vehicles
    General Motors has initiated a massive recall totalling 1.5 million vehicles, because of a defective engine component that could leak oil and result in fire. The recall includes certain Buick, Chevrolet, Oldsmobile and Pontiac cars from model years 1997 to 2003. Specifically: Buick Regals from model years 1997 to 2003; Chevrolet vehicles including 1998...
  • Defective Autos make for Countless Personal Injuries
    Feb-19-08 Hunter Valley, CA Art Masaoka refers to himself as a professional consumer, particularly when it comes to vehicles. Masoaka is also an expert witness for trial purposes on lemon-law cases; he wants to share with other consumers his knowledge of, and experience with, defective automobile products , particularly safety concerns that can lead to personal...
  • Faulty Airbag Switch Prompts Massive Cadillac Recall
    General Motors has recalled 12,662 MY2009 Cadillac CTS vehicles for a possible faulty passenger airbag-sensing system. The defective switch could disable the front-passenger airbag when it should be enabled or enable it when it should be disabled, increasingthe risk for injury. Authorized Cadillac dealers will begin to reprogram all affected passenger-...
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