It seems as though these days there are several recalls of products from food to toys. Below is a list of the most recent product recalls. Please check the see if you have any of these products that need replacing to make sure you and your family are safe.
• 2,600 pieces of power reclining furniture. This recall includes loveseats and recliners.
• The product poses fall risk because they can tip forward.
• Five reports from dealers prompted recall, but no injuries reported.
• Check www.la-z-boy.com for specific series/style numbers included in the recall.
• 470,000 Chevy Malibu midsize cars manufactured between 2011-2012 are being recalled due to weakened steel cables in the front seat belt.
• 53,000 Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon trucks manufactured in 2015 are recalled due to seat frame hooks improperly installed.
• 75,000 safety gates are recalled due to the potential fall risk because they will not stay closed.
• The pressure-mounted gate will not stay secure between the wall, and the lower metal bar on the unit is a trip hazard.
• The brand is Patrull Klamma and Pat-rull Smidig steel and plastic safety gates.
• Article number on recalled products are: 302-265-21, 500-375-21, 501-919-50, 655-517-10, 700-989-65, and 901-136-01 all sold from Aug 1995-Feb 2015.
• 69,000 Jeeps manufactured in 2015 being recalled to fix the side airbag software.
• 6.5 million vehicles being recalled due to faulty Takata Corp. air bags.
• 637,000 recalled vehicles are in the U.S.
• 35 models are affected globally including Corolla subcompact, RAV4 SUV, and Tundra pickup all made from March 2003-Nov 2007.
• Air bags will rupture abnormally, and some deploy with too much force and forcing shrapnel throughout the vehicle.
• Six people have died from this faulty product.
If you or a loved one were injured by a consumer product that has caused harm, the skilled St. Louis personal injury attorneys at Meyerkord & Kurth would like to hear from you. Please contact us today for a free consultation of your potential product liability case.