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Another Recall for Takata: Inflators with Calcium Sulfate

By Jeff Brown |

It seems that the Takata airbag disaster is never quite over: On July 11th, Takata added an additional 2.7 million airbags to the nation’s largest auto industry recall in history after a new hazard was detected. Reportedly, a subset of its airbag inflators that rely on calcium sulfate can also rupture while deploying, sending… Read More »

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Used Cars Slipping Past Recalls, Leading To Deaths on the Road

By Jeff Brown |

On October 26th, the New York Times featured an article on how used cars are falling through the cracks when it comes to recall safeguards, placing many drivers in danger each year. Although consumers may believe that the Takata airbag disaster is over and done with, in fact, it claimed another life recently. Cars… Read More »

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Products Can Cause Injuries In Odd Ways

By Jeff Brown |

Every consumer should be aware that defective or dangerous products can lead to personal injuries. One type of product that is often at the heart of personal injury claims are pharmaceuticals. Pharmaceuticals can have many benefits and can help to regulate dangerous health conditions, however, they can also have serious side effects that can… Read More »

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Dangerous Products Right In Your Home

By Jeff Brown |

When you think of a legal claim for personal injury, you likely first think to a car accident or a slip and fall in a store. While these are common claims, personal Injuries can happen in many different ways and many can occur right in your own home. The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC)… Read More »

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Manufacturer Takata Admits to Defective Airbags in Millions of Vehicles

By Jeff Brown |

For months, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has been investigating the possibility that manufacturer Takata had produced and sold defective airbags in many different types of vehicles. Reports indicated that, upon deployment, numerous airbags made by the company had ruptured and exploded. Such an explosion caused metal pieces to fly out with… Read More »

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