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Your Goodyear Tires May Have Been Impacted By Recall

Post On 02-18-2015

Multiple news sources have claims that the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has recently indicated that Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company has issued a recall for a series of tires.

The recall campaign impacts all Fortera HL P255.65R18 109S tires that were manufactured between November 30, 2014 and January 10, 2015. According to the report, the recalled(Read More)

Recall Campaign Targets Evenflo Car Safety Seats

Post On 02-17-2015

Too often, consumer products impacted by recalls are associated with incidents before companies issue recall campaigns.

Unfortunately for parents and their children, some of these products sometimes happen to be car safety seats and other items designed for children.

While facing a series of campaigns carried out by the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Evenflo Company attempted to(Read More)

After 400 Incidents, Company Recalls Jump Starter Set

Post On 02-13-2015

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has recently indicated that ZETA by Jackco Pocket Jump Starter – Deluxe Sets are being recalled after the firm learned that over 400 incidents were registered.

The official announcement has indicated that the jump starter kits come with battery packs that could overheat while in use. This problem could suddenly lead to(Read More)

Bicycles Designed For Children Impacted by Recall

Post On 02-11-2015

Parents should be aware of a new recall campaign launched by Marin Mountain Bikes. According to the official announcement, a series of bicycles are being recalled over a possible personal injury risk.

The official announcement has indicated that the 2014 Marin MBX 50 and Tiny Trail Bicycles are being recalled after the  company learned that the handlebars these(Read More)

Recall Issued For Dietary Supplements, FDA Reports

Post On 02-10-2015

The latest reports coming from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration have indicated that Detox Transforms Health and Nutrition has recently indicated that a recall campaign has been issued to remedy a problem with certain dietary supplements.

The official announcement indicated that the items come with certain undeclared ingredients that could expose consumers to a series of health(Read More)

Recall Issued For Lazy One Children’s Pajamas

Post On 02-09-2015

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has recently indicated that several children’s pajamas and robes are being recalled over a possible flammability issue that could result in burn incidents.

The products impacted by the recall include the Lazy One children’s sleepwear garments produced with 100 percent polyester. The items include footed pajamas as well as two robes.

Since the(Read More)

High Chairs Distributed During Ellen DeGeneres Show Recalled

Post On 02-06-2015

According to a series of news reports, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has indicated that Mima Moon high chairs are being recalled.

The devices have three different uses in one. According to the official announcement, the high chair comes with seats that could become loose suddenly, causing them to become dislodged. This issue could allow the child(Read More)

GM Spending Big Bucks On Its 2014 Auto Recalls

Post On 02-05-2015

General Motors was one of the automakers that hurt the most in the year of 2014 due to its auto recalls.

Everybody knows that, in 2014, we have seen the greatest number of auto recalls in recorded history. While some experts believe that 2015 will be actually much worse, recent reports concerning how much money GM is spending(Read More)

Personal Injury Named In Chandelier Recall, Incidents Reported

Post On 02-05-2015

Product liability cases often involve consumer products that expose others to serious incidents. Unfortunately for some of the victims, certain accidents end up causing personal injury and property damage. To prevent this type of outcome, consumers should never ignore the risks associated with defective or potentially hazardous products. If you learn about a recall campaign linked to(Read More)

Recall Impacts Feeding Tubes Used by Infants

Post On 02-04-2015

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has recently reported that certain items used to feed young children have been recalled over a possible choking hazard.

The recall campaign announced by the federal agency has indicated that the PouchPop Topper, a silicone topper that is used to allow infants to feed themselves, may come with tubes that could become(Read More)