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  • $11M Awarded in Toyota Camry Sudden Unintended Acceleration Lawsuit
    Feb-4-15 Los Angeles, CA An $11 million verdict has been awarded to the plaintiffs in a Toyota sudden acceleration personal injury lawsuit resulting from a defect in a 1996 Camry. The jury ruled that the defect contributed to an accident which left three people dead and two seriously injured. While the jury found that the Camry’s driver, Koua Fong Lee, was...
  • Massive Auto Recalls Issued by Tranport Canada
    Cars, Trucks, Motorcycles all Involved Transport Canada has issued a recall notice which affects vehicles made by Toyota, Lexus, Ford, Chevrolet, BMW, Dodge, Maserati, Mazda and Bentley, and motorcycles made by BMW, Suzuki and Kawasaki. TOYOTA SIENNA: Vehicles affected: 26,501 On certain vehicles, if the retention clip used to secure the center...
  • Defective Cars Still on the Road, Recall Notices in the Glove Box
    Nov-10-08 Detroit, MI Driving a defective automobile is generally a recipe for disaster—a defective car is more likely to be in an accident, or cause an injury that can be linked to an auto defect. The latter can be due to poor design, or workmanship. However, the bottom line is startling: there are millions of defective vehicles on the road, and nobody is doing...
  • Toyota SUA Deaths: Electronics not at Fault
    Feb-8-11 Washington, DC Transportation officials with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and NASA engineers released their findings from a 10-month joint study on safety problems with Toyota vehicles, and report that there are no electronic flaws associated with sudden unintentional acceleration or SUA in Toyotas. The announcement cam...
  • Toyota Accelerator Recall Repairs by the Numbers
    May-6-10 Detroit, MI As the lawsuits continue to pile up and the Toyota continues to deny that rapid acceleration has anything to do with electronic throttle systems, the automaker has been quietly repairing the millions of vehicles recalled for sticking accelerator pedals , ill-fitting floor mats and software updates for specific models. Today's issue of just-a...
  • Recalled Catheters All Approved Through FDA 510(k) Clearance Protocol
    Jun-20-17 Washington, DC: Various reports of defective catheters causing injury have also been associated with product recalls initiated by respective manufacturers and supported by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Three recalls that have been the focus of frequent reports involve the Fetch 2 Aspiration Catheter, manufactured by Boston Scientific, a...
  • Composix Kugel Mesh Hernia Repair Patch
    The Kugel Mesh patch was first recalled in 2005, after the FDA received reports that the Composix Kugel Mesh patch had caused many severe injuries. Two more Kugel Mesh recalls followed. Since that time, thousands of Kugel Mesh lawsuits have been filed against Davol, Inc. and its parent company Bard, and many more hernia patients with Composix Kugel Me...
  • Jury Awards $4.2M to 76-year-old Injured by SUV
    Philadelphia, PA: A $4.2 million compensatory verdict has been secured for Emilia Rosypal who was struck down by an SUV while walking in Bucks County in August 2009. A Philadelphia jury awarded the verdict to compensate the now-76-year-old Rosypal for the injuries she sustained as a result of the negligence of defendants Alan Burroughs, who was driving...
  • Car Manufacturers on Track for Airbag Recall Record
    May-17-13 Detroit, MI Airbags, including side airbags and curtain airbags, have become synonymous with automobile safety. Automobile manufacturers loudly proclaim the safety of their vehicles using the number of airbags as proof that their products are safe. But according to reports, this year the number of airbag recalls could break a record set just last year,...
  • Prius Headlight Class Action Certified Following Settlement
    Los Angeles, CA: A federal judge has certified a class of roughly 320,000 owners and lessees of Prius hybrids who have reached a personal injury settlement with Toyota Motor Corp. over claims that the vehicles had defective LED headlights. The claims related to the defective headlights are separate from the litigation over sudden unintended acc...
  • Toyota Recalls 9,400 Lexus GX460 SUVs
    Detroit, MN: Toyota Motor Corp., has announced that it will recall 9,400 Lexus GX 460 Sport Utility Vehicles to correct a problem that may result in drivers losing control of the vehicle. The recall follows a sales suspension of the Lexus GX 460 SUV on April 14, further to a defect discovered by Consumer Reports during routine testing. The problem cou...
  • Auto Parts Makers Investigated for Alleged Price Fixing
    Detroit, MI: Three Detroit-area auto parts manufacturers had their premises searched by the FBI on Wednesday as part of an international investigation into allegations that an anti-competitive or price fixing cartel exists among automotive electronic components suppliers. The three companies raided just hours before Toyota president Akio Toyoda testi...
  • Toyota Halts Sales of Eight Vehicle Models due to Gas Pedal Problems
    Detroit, MI : Toyota Motor Corp, announced today that it is halting sales of eight models of vehicles that were included in a recall last week over sticking gas pedals. As of today, Toyota's US dealers will stop selling 2009-2010 RAV4, Corolla, Matrix, 2005-2010 Avalon, certain 2007-2010 Camry, 2010 Highlander, 2007-2010 Tundra and the 2008-2...
  • Drug Recalls More than Double Since 2008
    Aug-16-10 New York, NY A 50 percent increase in drug recalls in the past year is raising fears over the quality of drug manufacturing in the US. According to a report on CNN Money, the federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reported more than 1,742 recalls in 2009, compared to 426 in 2009, a massive jump by any standard. One company, Advantage Dose, was...
  • Toyota Motor Corporation Pollution Settlement
    Tokyo, Japan: (Jun-24-07) An environmental pollution lawsuit was filed about eleven years ago by asthma sufferers in Tokyo against the automobile industry, including Toyota Motor Corporation. In a settlement reached by the Tokyo High Court, the seven carmakers, including Toyota, were ordered by the court to payout 1.2 billion yen (US$10 million) to resolve...
  • Securities Lawsuit Filed Against Wells Fargo
    Nov-18-12 Columbus, NB A securities lawsuit has been filed against Wells Fargo, alleging the company misled managers of Nebraska Public Power District's (NPPD) retirement plan about the risks associated with an investment. The securities fraud lawsuit alleges Wells Fargo engaged in fraud, misleading statements and other deceptive practices when marketing its inv...
  • Side by Side Car Crash Injures Three
    Apr-20-10 St. Joseph, MO Missouri State Highway Patrol have announced that three teens were injured in a two car accident Monday, near Trentron. The accident involved a 1996 Toyota, driven by 19-year old Scott N. Ellison who was heading south on US Highway 65, when the 1992 Toyota behind him pulled out to overtake. Ellison reportedly struck the 1992 Toyota on...
  • Toyota Stops Selling Lexus SUV Pending Further Rollover Tests
    Apr-14-10 Detroit, MI Just hours after a respected consumer magazine issued a damning report of a high-end Lexus SUV for rollover potential due to a faulty electronic stabilizer control system (ESC), Toyota announced it would voluntarily stop selling the 2010 Lexus GX 460 sport utility vehicle. Toyota plans to conduct its own tests on the GX 460, which was u...
  • Feds May Have Known of Toyota Accelerator Pedal Problems in 2004
    Feb-28-10 Washington, DC An American insurance company is reporting that many of its field agents have been contacting safety regulators since 2004 about problems stemming from Toyota accelerator pedals . According to a new set of documents subpoenaed by the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform Committee, the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin...
  • Dehumidifier Recall - Gree, Frigidaire, GE, and others recalled
    Since September 12, 2013, Gree and the Consumer Product Safety Commission have announced two Gree dehumidifier recalls . The dehumidifier recalls were issued due to concerns about the dehumidifiers overheating and potentially catching on fire. In all, more than 2.4 million units were part of the recalls, leading to concerns about defective dehumidifiers...
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