Recalled Tents, Cabinets, Oil Warmers
Dangerous and defective products are sold all the time. Carr and Carr Attorneys At Law makes reports on these products to make you aware of dangerous products on the market.Continue reading “The Weekly Recall”
In this post of The Weekly Recall, our product liability attorneys cover some of the items recalled.Continue reading “The Weekly Recall”
This recall involves Morfboard Skate & Scoot Combo scooters with “Y” handlebars. The skateboard system has interchangeable parts that convert into a scooter. The scooter is created by inserting the “Y” handlebar into the baseboard.
The scooters were sold in a variety of colors, including cyan (blue), chartreuse (yellow), lava (red) and mint (green). An 8-character alphanumeric manufacturing date code is located on the bottom side of each skate deck that is sold as part of the Skate & Scoot Combo.Continue reading “The Weekly Recall”
Surgical staplers cut and seal blood vessels and tissue, often during minimally invasive surgeries.
When the staplers fail to fire, patients have bled profusely and suffered dire injuries or death. The FDA said stapler malfunctions or misuse can lead to “bleeding, sepsis, tearing of internal tissues and organs, increased risk of cancer recurrence, and death.”Continue reading “Dangerous, Defective Surgical Staplers”
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has launched a new app called SaferCar.
This app is designed to help consumers know when their vehicle has a recall, making our roads safer for all of us. Can you imagine driving on a road where all cars are at their peak performance?
The recalled helmets do not meet the federal safety standard, posing a risk of head injury. These helmets were recalled on August 21, 2020.
This recall involves woom bikes USA children’s helmets. The recalled helmets were sold in blue, green, purple, red, and yellow and in size S (for small size).
Woom is printed on both sides of the helmets and the size “S” appears on the back of the helmet. Only the small-sized helmets are included in this recall.
There have been approximately 1,900 helmets sold in the US.Continue reading “woom Recalls Children’s Bike Helment”
Consumers are surrounded by products we rely on in our day-to-day lives.
Our vehicles get us where we need to go. We use appliances to keep our clothes, dishes, and homes clean. Some of us depend on medical devices to keep us in good health.
Unfortunately, when these products fail, people can get injured especially if the product has been recalled.
If you’ve suffered from an injury from a recalled product, you may be able to start a claim and receive compensation. However, product liability claims and product recalls can be complex and confusing. Read on to learn more about how the process works.Continue reading “Know Your Recall Rights”
Mr. Steak’s four and five-burner gas patio grills are a popular grill sold in the U.S. and Canada at Bass Pro Shops, Cabela’s and ABT Appliance & Electronics.Continue reading “Popular Grill Has Potentially Dangerous Defect”
Contigo’s kids cleanable water bottles are a popular reusable drinking cup for young children. The clear silicone spout can detach, posing a choking hazard to children, and 5.7 million of the products have been recalled.Continue reading “Contigo recalls kids’ water bottles due to choking hazard”
Baby sleepers are widely popular in the world of newborn merchandise. Recently 4.7 million Rock ‘n Play sleepers have been recalled due to the deaths of over 30 infants using the Rock ‘n Play Sleeper.Continue reading “Popular Sleepers and the Risk of Head Flattening”