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Delta Airlines Disqualifies Pit Bulls as Support Dogs

While airlines may allow passengers to bring their support dogs with them, not all airlines have the same rules regarding which types of dogs are allowed. Sometimes these dogs bite people and one of the parties needs to hire a dog bite lawyer in san diego to recover. Some airlines are beginning to make it…

Suspected Carbon Monoxide Poisoning in Ford Explorers

A recent exposé by CBS News has revealed the increasing likelihood of carbon monoxide poisoning in Ford Explorer SUVs. The report included several drivers of the SUV admitting to feeling nauseated and dizzy while driving their Ford Explorer and the main suspect for this condition is the possibility of carbon monoxide poisoning. The report included…

Cruise Control Glitch and Fiat Chrysler now the Worst in Auto Recalls

Making it to #1 on any list is normally a good thing, but not when you top the list of the most number of recalls for an automotive brand. Fiat Chrysler has recently earned this dubious honor with the recent discovery of a new cruise control problem. The New Fiat Chrysler Recall The Wall Street…

Lawsuit Claims All Apple Watches Contain Major Defect

An Apple Watch is a trendy gadget, yet not everyone is enamored with it. In fact, a class action lawsuit has been filed against Apple due to the Apple Watch design. The suit contends that every Apple Watch unit has a major defect. News of the lawsuit has broken over various news media, including Fortune.com….

Defective Airbags and Half a Million Kia cars recalled

Kia Motors has issued a vehicle defect recall due to an electronic defect that may prevent the proper deployment of the vehicle’s airbags. According to a Reuters news report, this recall will involve at least 507,000 Kia vehicles. Auto Recalls The recall may also have resulted after the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced the…

Failure to Yield while Driving: How Much Can It Cost You

Intersections are common locations for road accidents and vehicle collisions. In many of these cases, the accidents were caused by the driver who failed to yield to incoming traffic while turning left at an intersection. The case of Jessica Berrones v. Hailey Andrews and AndrewsAG, Inc. shows that such a mistake is much more serious…

New Court Ruling against Wells Fargo – $97 Million

In recent years, Wells Fargo has found itself embroiled in a number of high-profile labor cases. In its most recent case, a federal judge once again ruled that the bank has committed another violation of California’s labor laws. The federal judge ordered Wells Fargo to pay for $97.3 million in damages. This payment is meant…

Defective Airbag Sensors Lead to Audi Recall

German companies may have an exceptional reputation for precision engineering and manufacture, but even the best of them are not immune to the possibility of making faulty products and components. Audi exemplifies this point perfectly with its latest recall of almost 140,000 vehicles. The recent news article on Consumer Reports states that the recall involves…

Metal Shards Contaminate 220,000 Pounds of Spam

Spam may seem among the safest food items to consume, but even these products may not be as innocuous as they seem. A Time Magazine news report has revealed that more than 228,600 pounds of the ubiquitous canned meat product has been recalled. The reason for the recall is contamination by metal pieces. Spam manufacturer…