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  • Car Crashworthiness: Another Airbag Failure
    Oct-28-07 Seattle, WA A few weeks ago, Robert Russo's daughter got into a car crash in her 2004 Toyota Forerunner. "We thought she would be safe in an SUV but this wasn't the case," he says. Even though the car folded "like an accordion", the airbags failed to deploy--another case of car crashworthiness failure . "My daughter rear-ended someone," says Russo (not...
  • $6M Settlement Reached in New United Motors Manufacturing Employment Class Action Lawsuit
    San Francisco, CA: A $6 million settlement was reached in California labor law class action lawsuit alleging discrimination and unfair dismissal. Brought by former employees of Freemont-based New United Motors Manufacturing, Inc. (NUMMI), California' last auto plant, the lawsuit, alleged that employees who were on disability at the time of the plant...
  • Clarion Cochlear Implant Malfunction Recall
    Clarion Cochlear implants (Implantable Cochlear Stimulators) have been recalled several times: the latest recalls, in 2004 and 2006, were due to a potential moisture failure within the implant. Adverse events such as pain, hearing loss and other problems have been associated with the cochlear implant's malfunction. As well, the implants can cause scar tissue...
  • Reports of Injury and Amputation Prompt Recall of Log Splitters
    Following earlier recalls in 2005 and 2007 of some 12,000 log splitters, Brave Products of Ill, has issued a renewed recall of the same and additional models on April 1, 2009. The log splitter's hydraulic cylinders can have defective rod retention, causing the seals to leak and the rods to detach. This can result in serious injury to the operator, as t...
  • Toyota Settles Lexus Car Accident Wrongful Death Lawsuit for $10 Million
    Los Angeles, CA: Toyota has agreed to pay $10 million as settlement of a lawsuit brought by the family of four people who were killed in a car accident involving their runaway Lexus. The car crash, which took place in 2009, killed 45-year old Mark Saylor, an off-duty California Highway Patrol Officer, his wife, their daughter and Saylor's...
  • Toyota to Recall 17,000 2010 HS250h Lexus Vehicles
    Washington, DC: Toyota announced that it will recall certain model year 2010 HS250h Lexus vehicles for failing to comply with the requirements of federal motor vehicle safety standards No. 301, "Fuel system integrity." When the vehicle was rotated following a crash test as required, the amount of fuel leakage exceeded the allowable limits. Potentially...
  • Toyota Recalls 8,000 2010 Model Year Tacoma 4WD Trucks
    Torrence, CA: Toyota Motor Sales (TMS), USA Inc, is conducting a voluntary safety recall to inspect the front drive shaft on a small production run of certain 2010 model year Tacoma 4WD trucks. The front shaft in approximately 8,000 vehicles may include a component that contains cracks that developed during the manufacturing process. As those vehicles a...
  • Recalls Over Catheter Fragments Increasing, More Manufacturers Involved
    Dec-16-16 Dallas, TX: Catheters are devices of varying sizes designed for insertion into the body in order to facilitate a wide variety of treatments. They are designed to unobtrusively perform their respective functions and tasks, followed by extraction without any lingering sign the catheters had been there in the first place. However, various reports of defecti...
  • Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky Employee Work Wage Settlement
    Scott County, KY: (May-07-07) The Department of Labor filed charges against Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky in 2006, alleging that TMMK had violated labor laws by not paying employees according to stipulated wage/hour norms. The suit involved an issue which debated as to whether workers should be paid for the time they take to put on and take off prote...
  • Toyota Motor Corporation Female Employee Gender Harassment Settlement
    Sayaka Kobayashi worked as an assistant to Hideaki Otaka, who served as president and chief executive of Toyota Motor North America. Kobayashi filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against the top executive claiming he made repeated unwanted sexual advances. She claimed Otaka arranged travel and office schedules so that they would be alone together, require...
  • Takata Admits Airbags Defective Recalls 33.8M Vehicles
    May-19-15 Detroit, MI Takata Corp, the manufacturer of the defective airbags installed in Toyota, Nissan and Honda vehicles, has announced it is recalling about 33.8 million vehicles which have the airbags. The recall is expected to be the largest in US history, affecting nearly one in seven cars on the roads in the US. The company has reportedly filed a s...
  • Honda Recalls 4.89 Million Cars With Takata Airbags
    May-14-15 Washington, DC Japanese car maker Honda is recalling 4.89 million vehicles equipped with potentially faulty Takata air bags. This recall is in addition to earlier recalls issued by Honda, Toyota and Nissan over defective airbags. This extended recall covers 14 of Honda’s models produced between 2002 and 2008, including the Civic and CR-V rang...
  • Johnson & Johnson Eyes New Oversight Panel in Light of Topamax Side Effects
    Aug-3-11 Trenton, NJ Johnson & Johnson, which has dealt with a number of recalls and heavy criticism over Topamax side effects and other products with quality control issues in recent years, reportedly plans to create a new oversight panel. According to The Associated Press , the strategy is part of a number of recommendations made by a special committe...
  • Zimmer Natural - Zimmer Natural Knee, Zimmer Natural Hip
    Hip and Knee Attorneys are currently reviewing  Zimmer Natural Knee and  Zimmer Natural Hip  complaints. A number of patients implanted with the  Zimmer Natural knee or hip or the Zimmer Natural Knee II have experienced complications and some patients may be facing revision surgery.  Zimmer Natural Knee and Hip...
  • Duragesic Fentanyl Pain Patch - Duragesic Lawsuits - LawyersAndSettlements.com
    Patients who use the Duragesic pain patch may be exposed to an increased risk of serious Duragesic side effects . Duragesic patches (known generically as Fentanyl patches ) have been linked to a risk of fentanyl overdose, which could result in respiratory failure, permanent coma and death. Due to problems with manufacturing of the Duragesic pain patch...
  • Heparin Injection From Recalled Product Still on the Shelf
    Oct-20-08 Los Angeles, CA It's bad enough that a contaminated product like Heparin can find its way across our borders and into our medical supply. Heparin contamination has proven both a health liability and a source of fear for anyone requiring heparin injection by way of heparin syringes. However, when a recalled product is still found on hospital shelves almos...
  • NHTSA Orders Ford to Recall 3 Million Cars for Defective Airbags
    Feb-25-21 Washington, DC  The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has ordered Ford to recall three million cars that contain defective driver’s side airbags. The airbags contain potentially faulty Takata inflators that may cause the bags to rupture, resulting in catastrophic airbag injuries . This follows a similar 2020 order affecting Gener...
  • Tainted Heparin: Yet another Recall Linked to China Supplier
    Apr-5-08 Mansfield, MA The heparin scare appears to be reaching crisis proportions as yet another manufacturer has recalled dozens of lots of its pre-filled syringes after a heparin-like contaminant was found in tested heparin. Covidien announced the voluntary recall March 28th of 32 lots of Heparin Lock Flush Syringes containing various concentrations of hepa...
  • Kids Play Shouldn't Be This Dangerous
    Mar-23-08 Washington, DC The number of children injured or killed by dangerous and defective children's products has more than doubled in the past five years. Toys head up the list of culprits, followed by furniture and arts and crafts supplies. Already for the month of March, 10 out of 23 products recalled jointly by the Consumer Product Safety Commission an...
  • CPAP Lung Cancer Lawsuit News and Legal Information
    Philips, the medical device manufacturer, is facing class-action lawsuits from consumers, including a CPAP lung cancer lawsuit, alleging the company knew about the risks associated with its CPAP and BiPAP machines a considerable time before it recalled millions of sleep machines. CPAP machines are breathing devices that help treat sleep apnea sympto...
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