Category: Products Liability


The Dremel MICRO 8050 Rotary Tool has been recalled by the Robert Bosch Tool Corp., due to multiple major issues with the device that put consumers at risk. Though there is an element of risk in most power tools, it is clear the Dremel model in question was not properly

It sounds like science fiction, but it’s just another symptom of the design problems that cause all too many accidents. Andy Greenberg was piloting his SUV down the freeway when suddenly the car began to slow. There were a number of potential explanations, but most people never would have guessed

For twenty years they’ve been on the market. For twenty years they’ve appeared on television and in movies, and even people who have never experienced an MRI firsthand still have a basic understanding of the machines. One of the most important rules, one that almost everybody knows, is how important

There are few words more terrifying to hear on the evening news that “toy recall.” Sadly, we hear those words far too often. With toy injuries on the rise, according to a recent press release from Consumer Reports, it is more important than ever that parents are aware of how

Take a look around your home and in your yard. Do you know the status of everything you have purchased as far as its dependability, probability for breakdown, or potential placement on the recall list? Chances are unless you subscribe to regular newsfeeds from an organization like the Consumer Products

We know how tempting it is to take it upon ourselves to complete household projects, repairs and renovations. Those televisions shows make it look so easy. With just a few simple tools and a few minutes to spare, we should have a new room or cabinet installation done in no

The list continues for products that are recalled through the Consumer Product Safety Commission. While we often hear of toys, equipment and vehicles exhibiting issues that initiate a recall, a few that have recently made this list include a portable fan heater and a major kitchen appliance which may be

On October 5, 2012 a front-page article appeared in the business section of the New York Times, it’s title, “Two Sides of Product Liability – A Factory’s Closing Focuses Attention On Tort Reform”. The article tells the story of the closing of a plant in Oklahoma [with the loss of