Category Archives: Product Liability

News about product liability, dangerous products, accidents, injuries, settlements, verdicts and compensation

Was Uber’s Self-Driving Car Accident Preventable?

In March, a self-driving Uber vehicle hit and killed a pedestrian who was walking her bicycle across the street in a Phoenix suburb. An operator sitting in the driver’s seat failed to take control of the vehicle to avoid the collision. Video footage of the accident shows the operator may have been distracted in the moments before the accident. Uber…
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CPSC Sues Manufacturer of Stroller Linked to Almost 100 Injuries

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is taking the unusual step of forcing a manufacturer to recall a product. Britax, a worldwide manufacturer of children’s products, is being sued by the CPSC over its three-wheeled jogging strollers. According to the CPSC, it has received more than 200 complaints involving the product since 2012. Complaints suggest the front wheels can…
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How Do I Check the Recall Status of My Vehicle?

More than 60 million vehicles in the US are under recall for safety defects. Statistics published by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) show that 37 million of these recalls are for defective Takata airbags. These airbags can explode with deadly force, even during minor collisions. If your vehicle has an unfixed recall, then it is necessary to seek…
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