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What Exactly Qualifies As a Personal Injury & Why Should I File a Claim?

Personal injury claims can become extremely complex in the blink of an eye, and that leaves many victims struggling with chronic pain and mounting medical bills. Taking some extra time to learn about common personal injury cases and what you can do t...
by P.I.S.S.D. on Dec 15, 2016

GM Airbag Supplier First Informed Auto Industry of Safety Risks in Takata Airbags Two Decades Ago

Revelations on the front page of the New York Times point to an automotive industry that was aware of extreme safety flaws in cheaper airbags made by Takata Corp. as early as the late 1990s. The story raises doubt over the enforceability of product s...
by P.I.S.S.D. on Dec 6, 2016

Approximately 20,000 Strollers Recalled Because of Defect

ABC News reports on its website that approximately 20,000 Safety 1st brand Step and Go Travel Systems “baby strollers have been voluntarily recalled after many were found to have a defect that caused small children to fall out of their seat.” Ac...
by P.I.S.S.D. on Dec 5, 2016

If Parts Aren’t Available to Fix Takata Airbag, Get a Loaner Car

NY1-TV New York reports with the Takata airbag recall expanding to now affect nearly 70 million vehicles, car owners are facing delays for repairs a replacement parts supplies dwindle. Federal officials are now advising drivers affected by the recal...
by P.I.S.S.D. on Aug 31, 2016

NHTSA: Fiat Chrysler Under-Reported Vehicular Deaths

The AP reports that the NHTSA said Fiat Chrysler failed to disclose “some deaths, injuries and other information to the agency as required by law.” Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx “told reporters he will call a meeting in Washington wit...
by P.I.S.S.D. on Aug 30, 2016

Bentley Recalls Vehicles Over Sunroof Problem

The US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has announced that several Bentley vehicles are being recalled. Impacted units include the 2007 through 2009 Continental Flying Spur vehicles that were manufactured between April 25, 2007 and Octo...

Possible Crash Risk Tied to Chrysler Recall

Chrysler has announced that its 2016 Ram 3500 trucks are being recalled over a possible rollaway risk. According to the official announcement published by the federal auto regulatory agency known as US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration,...

GM Recalls Buick Vehicles Over Fire Risks

Multiple news reports have claimed that over 42,000 units of the 2011 Buick Regal vehicles manufactured between November 3, 2009 and March 25, 2011 have been recalled over a possible fire risk. According to the official announcement, the impacted Bui...

Consumer Advocate Criticizes CarMax for Selling Recalled Vehicles

James B. Treece writes at Automotive News reports that Sean Kane, a consumer advocate, bought a 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee with three unfixed recall orders on it from CarMax. The report says that Kane is upset but the CarMax did everything it had to...
by P.I.S.S.D. on Aug 3, 2016

Senate Report Shows Mercedes, Ferrari, & Daimler Vans are Selling New Cars with Takata Airbags.

Reuters reports the US Senate released a report on Wednesday that said Mercedes-Benz, Ferrari, and Daimler Vans have admitted to installing defective Takata airbags in new vehicles. The Hill reports Sen. Bill Nelson, ranking member on the Commer...
by P.I.S.S.D. on Aug 1, 2016

Audi Vehicles Impacted by Volkswagen Recall

The US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has recently announced that over 14,000 units of certain Audi vehicles are being recalled by Volkswagen over a possible injury risk. The announcement shows that 14,535 units of the 2017 Audi Q7 ve...

Utility Vehicles Recalled by John Deere

The US Consumer Product Safety Commission has recently announced that certain utility vehicles are being recalled over a possible fire hazard. The official recall announcement published by the regulatory agency shows that the fuel hose in the John D...

Increasing Assets and Decreasing Liabilities

There are two ways to increase one’s net worth: increase assets or decrease liabilities. That is all there is to it. It really is a simple equation in principle but very difficult in practice. That is because we are conditioned by the media, our fr...
by Penny Thots on Jul 21, 2016

Children Jewelry Recalled Over Lead Contents

The US Consumer Product Safety Commission has recently announced that certain silver bracelets and charm necklaces designed for children are being recalled over a possible health risk. The official announcement published by the consumer product regul...

GMC, Chevy Vehicles Recalled Over Accident Concerns

Multiple news reports have claimed that a few of the Chevrolet Equinox and GMC Terrain vehicles have been recalled over a label issue. Since the certification labels in some of these vehicles may contain incorrect tire/trim size and cold tire pressur...

Baby Sleeping Bags & Swaddles Recalled After Incidents

The US Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced that several sleeping bags and swaddles are being recalled over a choking hazard. The recall campaign was launched after the company learned that fifteen incidents associated with the products h...

All You Need to Know About Legal Highs, and How They Are Riskier Than Illegal Drugs

(Image Source) The Psychoactive Substances Act has just come into effect in the UK, prohibiting the production, supply, and importation of synthetic substances – called legal highs – that can have the same effects on the human body as some class-...
by P.I.S.S.D. on Jul 5, 2016

Battery-Powered Trimmers Recalled Over Laceration Risk

Multiple news reports have claimed that the US Consumer Product Safety Commission has recently announced that STIHL battery-powered trimmers sold nationwide between June 2010 and April 2016 are being recalled over a possible laceration hazard. Accord...

Steps to Take If a Customer Gets Injured On Your Business Property

Whenever a customer is injured on a company’s property, it can have serious consequences for the business owner. By opening its doors to the public, a business assumes a certain amount of liability for anything that happens to potential custome...
by P.I.S.S.D. on Jun 30, 2016

Gunshot Injury Risk Linked to Body Armor Recall

The US Consumer Product Safety Commission has recently announced that several body armors are being recalled over a possible gunshot injury risk. The report published by the consumer agency shows that the AR500 Armor Level III body armors sold at AR5...


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