Tag Archives: Defects

Are Hoverboards Still Dangerous to Consumers?

It was early morning in Dumont, New Jersey as fire fighters arrived at a house on Hazel Street. The structure was burning from the basement and into the kitchen and the firemen were able to put it out quickly, though it took hours to put out the various hotspots that were started. So, what caused this sudden blaze? Would you…
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Should Ford Recall Millions of Potentially Defective Explorer SUVs?

Back in March, we discussed the case of a Newport Beach officer who blacked out under mysterious circumstances while driving his Ford Explorer patrol vehicle. At that time, he believed that his black out may have been caused by an exhaust leak into the SUV’s cabin. Now, others are coming forward claiming a similar problem, but will Ford recall potentially…
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What Can Happen When Pelvic Mesh Fails?

Working at a Friendly’s distribution center, a mother of five enjoyed travelling with her softball team all over the country. But during her time playing, she was starting to have problems with incontinence. She consulted a physician who told her about a medical solution—Ethicon’s TVT-Secur pelvic mesh implant. In May 2007, the woman received that implant, but she couldn’t have…
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Do Nissan Owners Need to Worry About Defective Brakes?

Can you identify the most important part of your car? Some would say it’s the airbags, or maybe even the seatbelts, but experienced drivers know that your control of the car is what really counts. The way you control your car can prevent and avoid dangerous situations, and that means your throttle, steering and brakes are the parts you need…
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