Recently, furniture giant IKEA and the Consumer Product Safety Commission (“CPSC”) announced that IKEA is recalling roughly 27 million chests and dressers after two toddlers died in 2014 when IKEA Malm chests fell onto them. According to the CPSC, 363 people died between 2000 and 2011 due to falling furniture, appliances, and electronics; of those
Mark Rosekind, the administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) will be stopping in Orlando to spread awareness about the Takata air bag recall and to encourage people to check if their vehicles are affected by the recall. Takata has recalled more than 32 million air bags in the United States. At least
An Orlando woman tragically died recently from injuries she sustained in a crash. What makes this story unique, however, is that the woman’s injuries were inconsistent with typical car accident injuries because the windows remained intact and the woman wore her seatbelt. Instead, according to the medical examiner’s report, the Orlando woman apparently died from
Some vehicle owners might be aware a national car recall is underway by multiple car companies that were experiencing critical issues with Takata airbag malfunction in a variety of car models. The recall quickly ballooned to take the title of the largest automotive parts recall in the history of recalls in the American auto industry.