Although recent product recalls have repeatedly made the headlines, if you are not reading, watching, or listening in the right place, you may miss the news. This is especially true when there have been so many recalls in such a short period of time.
The latest fire risk recalls include Santa Fe Sport, Elantra, Kona, and Veloster models. Hyundai warning owners to park outside.
Kia Soul and Selto vehicles have been recalled for engine stall and fire risk. Some may require replacement engines.
The Engine Control Module (ECM) was programmed improperly which can lead to a short circuit. A short circuit while driving may cause the engine to stall, increasing risk of crash.
Infiniti recalls 26,000 vehicles after a test indicated airbag tear from internal pressure. Front passenger airbags airbag cushions were not properly folded.
Honda and Acura have recalled 2019 and 2020 vehicles including the Civic, Odyssey and Accord for a fuel pump malfunction that could cause the engine to lose power.
In 2020, there were 48,488 distracted driving crashes in Florida. That means, on average in 2020, there were more than 932 distracted driving crashes every week. Just 3,174 first offense texting citations were issued in the state of Florida all year though. Why?
Terrell • Hogan law partner and asbestos disease expert, Alan Pickert, recently participated participated in the American Bar Association Midyear meeting as the only ABA delegate from Jacksonville Florida in the American Bar Association (“ABA”) Midyear meeting. The ABA meets twice a year to propose, debate and put forth resolutions for all legal jurisdictions and law schools to […]
Last spring, electronic scooters, commonly referred to as e-scooters, began popping up for rental in cities across the nation, and with their popularity, injuries from electronic scooter accidents rose. Currently the two largest manufacturers of e-scooters are Lime and Bird. Accidents can happen when e-scooters collide with cars, pedestrians or stationary objects; hit uneven payment […]