Two former employees of airbag manufacturer Takata have come forward stating Takata knew of airbag defects that have been responsible for four deaths and over a hundred injuries.
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Takata Knew About And Hid Airbag Dangers From Consumers
Stryker $1.4 Billion Settlement For Defective Hip Implants
Stryker has agreed to pay $1.43 billion to settle lawsuits from patients who have had to undergo unnecessary surgery to remove their faulty hip implants.
Ford Recalls 200,000 Vehicles For Crash Risks
Ford Motor Company is issuing five new recalls covering more than 200,000 vehicles in North America including one linked to a crash and some for defective airbags and fire hazards.
Officials Say Silicon Valley Firm’s Wage Theft Worse Than Sweatshops
A Silicon Valley firm, Electronics for Imaging Inc., has been penalized for wage theft involving eight Indian employees who were paid well below minimum wage.
Fix For Exploding Airbags More Lethal Than The Problem?
At least 8 million vehicles manufactured by 10 different automakers have been recalled because of defective airbags that can explode and injure passengers with shrapnel.
Deadly Halloween Friday In Orange County
Four people were killed in two separate pedestrian accidents involving Halloween trick-or-treaters in Orange County. One of the incidents was a hit-and-run case.
Have a Happy – Not Scary – Halloween!
Halloween is a happy time for little ghouls, witches and goblins. But, it can also be a scary time when it comes to safety!
Massive Airbag Recall Raises Several Concerns
This week, four of the world’s largest automakers issued a massive recall for 3.4 million vehicles worldwide because of defective airbags. According to a Reuters news report, the airbags, manufactured by Takata Corp., the world’s second-largest supplier of airbags and seatbelts, are at risk of catching fire or injuring passengers because they could shoot out…
California Controller Cracks Down On Wage Theft By Employers
California Controller John Chiang is cracking down on wage theft by invoking the state’s Unclaimed Property Law and holding employers accountable that have been manipulating the system.
Feds Issue Massive Alert Over Defective Takata Airbags
Federal car safety regulators issued an alert to drivers of more than 4.7 million vehicles with defective Takata made airbags, due to possible failure to deploy in a crash.