1 Million Vehicles Recalled by BMW
Posted By Meyerkord & Meyerkord, LLC
A potential for vehicle fires has prompted a
recall by the automaker BMW of North America. The company has issued two separate
recalls that include one million vehicles. The recalls are for a valve
heater and the heating and air conditioning wiring and electrical connectors.
The recall is for vehicles manufactured from 2006 to 2011 and includes
numerous models. The recall occurred after ABC News featured a story on
how many BMW owners vehicles were bursting into flames while parked. Sometimes
even for days without being used. BMW owners are encouraged to go to the
National Highway Traffic Safety Administrations’ website to determine
if their vehicle is included in the recall.
It is not uncommon for residents of the United States to learn about a
recall nearly daily from media outlets. Recalls for food items, toys,
vehicles, and other miscellaneous products occur frequently due to some
type of defect. Tragically, many of these recalls occur after more than
one consumer has suffered an injury or death. All companies are required
by law to manufacture a product that is safe for consumers. Above being
safe, the product must contain warning labels for any potential issues
with the item. However, many recalls occur because an individual is injured,
becomes ill, or even dies due to the negligence of a manufacturer. If
you have suffered an injury or lost a loved one due to an unsafe product,
it is important to contact an experienced personal injury attorney.
At Meyerkord & Meyerkord, LLC, the St. Louis personal injury attorneys
have a combined legal experience equivalent to over 100 years. We have
handled numerous products cases and are not afraid to face big corporations
in court. Our attorneys fight to secure the maximum compensation for any
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