Product Recall for 2.2 Million Bean Bag Chairs

Deaths Lead to Product Recall for 2.2 Million Bean Bag Chairs About 2.2 million bean bag chairs are under product recall after two children opened the zippers, crawled inside, and suffocated to death. On Friday, August 22nd, the US Consumer Product Safety Commission announced that the bean bag chairs were under product recall because the zippers on the chairs, made by Ace Bayou Corp, can open accidentally. Two children – a 13-year-old boy from McKinney, Texas, and a 3-year-old girl from Lexington, Kentucky – crawled inside the bean bag … [Read more...]

Unsatisfied GM Victims File Class Action Lawsuit

GM Faces Delayed Ignition Switch Defect Class Action Lawsuit General Motors, with the help of attorney Kenneth Feinberg, has created a method to compensate victims of the delayed ignition switch vehicle recall, which the company now acknowledges led to almost 60 injuries and 13 deaths. However, a number of victims who are unsatisfied with the conditions required to file for compensation have now filed a class action lawsuit against GM. On Tuesday, July 29th, GM was hit with a class action lawsuit from 658 plaintiffs who were either injured … [Read more...]

Another GM Ignition Switch Vehicle Recall Delay

GM Ignition Switch Vehicle Recall: Findings Show GM Delayed Earlier Ignition Switch Vehicle Recall On Thursday, July 17th, General Motors announced that the company had managed to replace about 20% of the faulty ignition switches in their 2.6 million unit GM ignition switch vehicle recall. However, findings show that despite the company’s efforts, the ignition switch problem could continue to get worse. The company has issued vehicle recalls for 6.7 million cars just for an ignition switch problem, and some of the recalled model years go back … [Read more...]

Wegmans Ice Under Product Recall for Metal

Wegmans Issues Product Recall for Bagged Ice Due to Metal Fragments Wegmans Food Markets, Inc, has issued a voluntary product recall for its bagged ice after learning that the product could contain pieces of metal from a part of the machine that produces the ice after it broke. The metal pieces could be a choking hazard, according to the company. The bags of ice were sold between January 1 and June 10, 2014. The ice under product recall was sold at Wegmans’ stores located in Pennsylvania (excluding Erie), New Jersey, Virginia, and … [Read more...]