Injury Blog

Oil-Filled Heaters Recalled Over Personal Injury Risk

Post On 02-02-2015

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission continues to stay on top of a series of consumer product recalls that could expose you and your loved ones to serious incident risks.

According to the latest announcement issued by the CPSC, several oil-filled heaters are being recalled over a possible personal injury risk. Since the device may expose consumers to(Read More)

Devices Used By Hunters Impacted By Recall

Post On 01-23-2015

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has recently indicated that multiple sky walker tree stands have been affected by a recall issued over a possible personal injury risk.

The recall announcement was issued promptly after the company indicated that at least six incidents involving the stand’s aluminum platform breaking were reported. The official announcement claims that the cast(Read More)

Some Matrix Fitness Training Machines Pose Personal Injury Risks

Post On 01-22-2015

Several fitness-related devices have been recalled as of late, prompting several experts to question the industry’s concern and dedication to safety.

According to recent announcements released by the company and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, Matrix Fitness Varsity series strength training machines are being recalled over an issue that could expose users to laceration and other personal(Read More)

La-Z-Boy Products Impacted By Recall After Incidents

Post On 01-21-2015

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has indicated recently that a series of La-Z-Boy control wands are being recalled after certain incidents were reported.

The official announcement indicates that the control wands that are sold with La-Z-Boy Silver Luxury Lift Chairs. The products listed under this particular recall are designed to control the chair’s movement. Since the device(Read More)

Smoked Salmon Products Recalled Nationwide

Post On 01-12-2015

Unfortunately for many of us, several recalls are only issued after people are actually impacted by the problem at hand.

According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, a distributing company from California is issuing a recall for at least 30 varieties of its products over the presence of a food-borne bacterium known as Listeria. According to the(Read More)

Too Many Vehicles Recalled Over Personal Injury Risks Left Unfixed

Post On 01-12-2015

Safety recalls continue to be issued even as manufacturers focus on making vehicles safer.

Whether consumers are keeping up with all the newer safety recalls linked to personal injury risks their vehicles have been associated with or not, automakers are beginning to voice their concerns related to consumers’ unwillingness to have their vehicles fixed immediately after they learn(Read More)

These Fitness Devices Could Expose You To Personal Injury Risks

Post On 01-09-2015

Fitness enthusiasts may have finally gotten the opportunity to learn something very important with the latest recall reports issues by the Food and Drug Administration and the Consumer Product Safety commission: staying on top of recall news could save your life.

Two recall campaigns launched these last couple of days by the FDA and the CPSC indicate that(Read More)

DD Brand Candle Recall Expanded Over Personal Injury Risks

Post On 01-08-2015

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has indicated that a series of candles that had already been recalled previously over personal injury risks are being listed under a recall campaign extension.

The impacted units of the DD brand candles come in mason jars that may have been sold in 5- and 12- ounce sizes or decorative jars that(Read More)

Recall Issued For Heart-Brand Cheeses Sold at Whole Foods

Post On 01-05-2015

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration released a recall campaign before the year of 2014 ended concerning a series of cheese products sold at Whole Foods stores. California stores have also been affected.

According to the official recall campaign published by the federal agency, the products being recalled now may have been contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. The organism(Read More)

Brewing Systems Recalled After 200 Incidents Were Reported

Post On 12-31-2014

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has been warning consumers about certain brewing systems that could expose consumers to a series of burn and personal injury hazards.

According to the reports, the product could expose consumers to personal injury hazards since the water may overheat while the device is brewing. This issue could then cause the device to(Read More)