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Recall Round-Up August 23, 2021

August 24, 2021

Recall Round-Up: August 23, 2021 This edition of Recall Round-Up features recalls from Chrysler Corporation, Hyundai-Kia Automotive Group, New Widetech, as well as a group of automakers involving a faulty seatbelt technology. Chrysler Corporation recalls 260,000 Ram Trucks due to defective inflators. 260,000 Ram Trucks have been recalled, including 212,373 sold in the United States…

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Recall Round-Up: June 15, 2021

June 16, 2021

Recall Round-up: June 15, 2021 This edition of the recall round-up features product recalls from General Motors, Philips, Volvo, Wild Republic, and Banner Smoked Fish Inc. General Motors                                                       …

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Recall Round-Up: May 18, 2021

May 18, 2021

Recall Round-Up: May 18, 2021 This edition of Recall Round-Up features major product recalls from Peloton, Kidde, Signature Hardware and homegoods retailer TJ Maxx.   Peloton+ Treadmill This month Peloton issued a recall of more than 125,000 Peloton+ Treadmill TR01 models due to a serious safety hazard. The manufacturer received 72 injury reports from adults,…

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100k Target Walmart Products Recalled for Child Safety Concerns

April 22, 2021

100k Target Walmart Products Recalled for Child Safety Concerns Recently, the Consumer Product Safety Commission announced a recall of several products that were sold at Target and Walmart that posed a risk for child safety. In total, over 100k items will be removed from the market. Below you’ll find the items in detail and instructions…

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Why We Need Jury Trials – Lance Cooper

March 11, 2021

Why We Need Jury Trials by Lance Cooper Georgia Supreme Court Chief Justice Harold Melton entered an order this week giving local courts discretion as to whether to resume jury trials.  Jury trials must resume as soon as possible.  It has been a year since the first order recommending the suspension of jury trials.  Georgians…

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Recall Round-Up: January 8, 2021

January 8, 2021

Recall Round-Up: January 8, 2021 This edition of Recall Round-Up features recalls from major retail outlets Target and Home Depot. Be sure to regularly check out our blog for more recall information from around the web. Target Recalls 300k Cloud Island infant rompers Major retailer Target recalled nearly 300,000 Cloud Island infant rompers this past…

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Peloton Recalls Pedals on Thousands of Bikes

October 16, 2020

Peloton Recalls Pedals on Thousands of Bikes On Friday, Peloton announced it would recall certain clip-in pedals on nearly 27,000 of its stationary bikes. The recall applies to bikes sold between July 2013 and May 2016. According to the United States CPSC, there have been 120 reports of pedals breaking with 16 of those resulting…

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Polaris, Kawasaki Issue Safety Harness Recall for UTVs

September 14, 2020

Polaris, Kawasaki Issue Safety Harness Recall for UTVs This week IMMI recalled over 160,000 safety harnesses made specifically for Polaris, Kawasaki and Can-Am UTVs. The safety harness is improperly stitched which increases the risk of injury should a crash occur. Without the proper stitching, the harness does not provide the right safety measures that would…

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Johnson & Johnson Stops Selling Talc-based Baby Powder

May 22, 2020

Johnson & Johnson Stops Selling Talc-based Baby Powder This week Johnson & Johnson made a major announcement: they will stop selling their talc-based baby powder in the United States and Canada. A long time staple in many households, baby powder has been the subject of many medical studies showing long-term use can lead to ovarian…

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GM Blamed Brooke Melton for Her Death–Then Covered Up the Real Cause – NY Post

March 10, 2020

GM Blamed Brooke Melton for Her Death–Then Covered Up the Real Cause – NY Post By Larry Getlen The police report cited the cause as, “Driver error: Driving too fast for conditions.” But in fact, the accident was due to a defect that could have been replaced for just 50 cents per car, a fact…

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