Consumer Alerts Articles And Discussions

Keeping Safe Following The MacBook Pro Battery Recall

During the beginning of the summer, Apple announced a voluntary recall of their 15 inch MacBook Pro purchased between 2015 and 2017 due to a battery r... read more…

Contaminated Fresh Basil Causing Outbreak Of Cyclospora Parasite

Fresh basil exported by Siga Logistics de LR de CV of Morelos, Mexico has been linked to a multi-state outbreak of Cyclospora illnesses. The basil was... read more…

Electric Cars Are All The Rage These Days, But Floridians Should Know Something About This One

Although the United States pulled out of the Paris Climate Accord, many Americans still believe the ever-changing climate is an urgent matter that nee... read more…

Did You Hear? Subaru Is Recalling Some 2019 Crosstreks



When people think about auto accidents, images of twisted metal, shattered glass, and even fire likely pop into their mind. There is a good reason for... read more…

More Defects Besides Malfunctioning Airbags Can Lead To Crashes

Turning on the news today can send people into panic mode as headlines are littered with information about automotive recalls. Some of the issues are... read more…

Even Pet Food Can Be Defective And Harm Your Pets

When we think about defective products that can be dangerous, our thoughts usually go to hardware like cars, or maybe toys that might cause harm to ch... read more…

Some Cooking Spray Cans Are Exploding

Defective products are upsetting for anyone. When you spend your hard earned money on something that you hope works as intended, and it doesn’t, you f... read more…

More Airbags Are Being Investigated For Failure

Many people around the US are familiar with the Takata airbag scandal that started in 2013 and continues to this day. It is, for now, the most compreh... read more…

What If You Are Hurt By Product After A Recall?

For some defective products, if you’ve been following the news at all in the USA, it can be almost impossible not to be aware of the danger. The Takat... read more…


 

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