Recent Posts in Recalls Category

Toyota Goes to Court in Bellwether Unintended Acceleration Case

As reported by News Channel 8, the first unintended acceleration case against Toyota, also known as a "bellwether" case, involves the death of a 66 year-old woman that failed to control her ...

Williams-Sonoma Hot Chocolate Pot Recall

Williams-Sonoma has reportedly recalled about 28,000 hot chocolate pots. According to reports, the handles may break off the pots which would then pose the risk of burning someone. The recall comes ...

Company Makes Patients Pay for Surgeries after Recall

A number of people who had hip replacement surgery are suffering as the bone never grew into the device that was placed in them. However, the device has since been recalled, but patients continue to ...

Unsafe Pacifiers Get Recalled

Over 44,000 pacifiers made by Antonio Flores have been recalled as they have failed to meet Federal safety standards. The recall is due to the fact that the nipple can easily separate from the base of ...

Cribs Recalled

Almost 2.2. millions cribs have been recalled by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission due to concerns of entrapment, suffocation and fall hazards. Seven manufacturers are involved in the ...

SpaghettiOs Recalled

Campbell Soup Co. is recalling some of the SpaghettiOs with meatballs because the meat may be undercooked. According to reports, the Agriculture Department Food Safety and Inspection Service has ...

Nissan Recalls Cars for Air Bag Problems

Nissan has recalled almost 135,000 Infiniti G35 sedans and coupes due to an air bag problem. The air bags are not being deployed in matters of an accident. Nissan claims that no injuries have been ...

Product Recall Due to Drowning Possibility

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has recalled Mare Nemo Air Dive Computers because of the drowning hazard that may be possibly in using them. While there have been no reported injuries or ...

Defective Baby Monitor Recalled by FDA

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently recalled SmartMonitor 2 Infant Apnea Monitor, classifying the recall as Class I. Class I recalls are the most serious recalls a defective product can be ...

FDA Recalls Hydroxycut Products

The FDA has issued a warning urging consumers to immediately stop taking Hydroxycut products, after a numerous reports were received claiming the product caused or contributed to serious liver ...