Do Ford Vehicles Have Steering Problems?

Sadly, another week has gone by and there is another major recall involving a vehicle manufacturer and a defective auto part. According to the Detroit Free Press, Ford has announced that it has recalled more than 423,000 vehicles over potential power steering defects. The news outlet reported that the recall covers 2011-2013 Ford Taurus and...

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Has There Been a Mucinex Recall?

In Wednesday’s blog, we reported about a massive bicycle recall involve Trek models. It should be noted that defective product claims pertain to many goods including motor vehicles, machines, tools, building materials, household appliances, personal care products, toys and medications. We bring this up because recently we were alarmed to read that Reckitt Benckiser Group...

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Has Takeda Settled Actos-Bladder Cancer Litigation?

According to Bloomberg, Takeda Pharmaceuticals is offering to pay more than $2.2 billion to settle injury claims relating to the diabetes drug Actos. If courts and plaintiff attorneys accept the settlement, it would be one of the largest in U.S. history involving pharmaceutical drugs or medical devices. The settlement would attempt to end more than...

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Is My Graco Car Seat Safe?

Graco Children’s Products has agreed to pay $10 million to settle claims that it failed to appropriately recall about four million child car seats with defective buckles. According to the New York Times, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced that Graco would pay a $3 million fine and spend $7 million developing safety programs...

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FDA Warning: Dietary Supplement May Contain Prozac

If you take dietary supplements, you may want to make sure that the product you are ingesting is safe. Recently, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration advised against using a popular supplement after an examination of a shipment of the product was found to contain Prozac. http://youtu.be/77BCDbBGA2U According to BuzzFeed, the FDA announced last week that...

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