Recalled Products and Announcements
Each year, thousands of products are recalled for defects that could lead to serious injuries. From motor vehicles to children’s toys. In some cases, consumer alerts bring to light consumer fraud, data breaches and public health hazards.
Below is a list of recalls and consumer announcements we are currently investigating:
Camp Lejeune Water Contamination
The water at Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Base in North Carolina was contaminated with volatile organic compounds.
Cruise Ship Coronavirus Claims
Cruise lines may have been negligent in taking steps to prevent the spread of the coronavirus among passengers.
Fiat Chrysler Emissions Scandal
The EPA has accused Fiat Chrysler of using undisclosed software to cheat emissions regulations.
GM Ignition Switch Recall
The ignition switch in GM vehicles can be “bumped” into the off position, creating dangerous situations for drivers.
Home Depot Data Breach
Between April and September 2014, Home Depot was the subject of a massive data breach.
Massage Envy Sexual Assault
More than 180 women have filed lawsuits alleging they were sexually assaulted during massages at the nationwide spa chain Massage Envy.
Nissan Airbag Recall
Some Nissan vehicles have defective computer software that does not deploy the airbag during a crash.
Syngenta sold millions of tons of GMO corn before it was approved by foreign markets, costing farmers millions.
Takata Airbag Recall
Takata airbags have been shown to violently explode, sending shrapnel through a vehicle, causing serious injuries.