• Saab and Saturn Models are Recalled Due to Defective Airbag Inflators

    Posted By The Law Office of Daniel D. Horowitz, III, PC || 23-Feb-2016

    Recently, General Motors has recalled roughly 200,000 Saab and Saturn models throughout North America due to defective airbag inflators. These products, Takata air bag inflators, are to be replaced. To help you decide whether you should take action, we have listed the recalled models below: Saab 9-3 automobiles from the 2003-2011 models Saab 9-5 cars […]On Wednesday, November 18, the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) reported that Home Depot is guilty of selling more than 24 types of items after they were subject to recalls. Reports state that nearly 2,300 products were sold. Of these products, roughly 1,300 were purchased by consumers, while the remaining were bought by […]ecently, Kia, a South Korean car manufacturer, recalled over 377,000 of their Sorento SUV models because the vehicles’ transmissions can be shifted out of the parking setting and into “drive” or “reverse” when a driver’s foot is not on the brake pedal. The recall effects any Sorento models from 2011 to 2013. Sources claim that […]After more than a year and a half of resistance, child safety seat manufacturer Recaro has finally decided to recall more than 173,000 unsafe car seats. The National Highway Safety and Traffic Administration (NHSTA) discovered the problem in late 2013 during a series of routine crash tests. The tests revealed that a part that helps […]Nissan announced its plans to expand an airbag defect recall after a woman claimed she suffered injuries from shrapnel caused by a Takata Corp. airbag in her 2006 Nissan Sentra. In a recent announcement, a spokesperson for Nissan Motor Co. said the automaker would file an incident report with the NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety […]