American technology firm Hewlett-Packard (HP) is recalling more than 6 million electrical cords sold in the U.S., Canada, and Australia due to potential fire hazards, International Business Times reported on August 28.
The recall was issued after reports of dozens of incidents where the cords either melted or burned, resulting in minor injuries and some property damage. Affected products are marked “LS-15.” Those who might have affected power cords are advised to discontinue use and notify HP to have a replacement. For more information, consumers can visit h30652.www3.hp.com.
People unfortunately can suffer great financial loss due to injuries from defective products sold in the market. If this has happened to you, a lawyer may possibly stand by you through this process and help recoup losses. Find out how the Columbia lawyers of Goings Law Firm, LLC may work for you today by calling (803) 350-9230.
German automaker BMW is recalling an estimated 1.6 million models of 3 Series vehicles due to potentially dangerous airbags supplied by Takata Corporation.
During BMW’s investigation into the issue, they found that when the airbags are deployed, the airbag inflator in the affected vehicles may malfunction and cause metal shards to fly out to the passenger or the vehicle’s windshield.
BMW is not aware of any injuries involving the affected 2000-2006 3 Series. The same Takata manufactured airbags have affected other automakers, leading to further recalls for companies like Honda and GM. This issue has, unfortunately, proven deadly after two drivers were killed by shrapnel released when their airbags burst in their Honda.
Suffering injuries or losing a loved one in a vehicular accident caused by a defective vehicle can result in immense financial losses. If the same has happened to you in the Columbia area, the lawyers at the Goings Law Firm, LLC may help you recover your loss by pursuing the negligent party in civil court. Find out how we may advocate for you today by calling (803) 350-9230.