December 8th — 12th
A popular laptop power cord has recently been recalled but could still be plugged in to an outlet in your home. The car you’re currently driving could be on the brink of total failure. It’s important to us that readers are made aware of the product recalls in their area. Here in Clearwater, Florida—where the Sibley Dolman Gipe Accident Injury Lawyers, PA resides—these products stock the shelves of our supermarkets and department stores.
Here are the products you should keep an eye out for this week:
- Ethan Allen’s hardwood floor lamps due to the possibility of defective cord insulation which can cause electric shock or pose as a fire hazard. These products will have been purchased between November 2013 and October 2014 with a item number of 09-2562 and a date code of 12/2013 on the bottom label. You can reach this company by dialing 1-888-339-9398.
- Lenovo’s “LS-15 AC” power cords due to reason an overheating issue that poses as a fire and burn hazard. These products will have been purchased anywhere between February 2011 and June 2012. You can reach this company by dialing 1-800-426-7378.
- Eaton’s “MBED 3042 series” residential meter breaker due to the electrical components being so easily accessible which poses as an electric shock hazard. These products will have been distributed between July 2014 and August 2014. Be sure to view the official recall page to get more detailed information. You can reach this company by dialing 1-800-330-6479.
- General Motor’s “Buick, Chevrolet, GMC, Isuzu, and Saab” vehicles due to a faulty headlamp driver module which could overheat and burn out. With disabled headlamps comes an increased chance of crashing. Don’t forget to view a list stating the specific year and model of vehicles affected by this recall; your vehicle may be included. You can reach this company by dialing 1-800-521-7300.
- Toyota’s “2014 Camry, Avalon, and their “HV” variants” vehicles due to an incorrectly manufactured life-side front suspension lower arm which could separate from the ball joint and cause an accident. These products will be equipped with 16 or 17-inch rims. You can reach this company by dialing 1-800-331-4331.
- Kingmor’s “2006-2014 IC CE” school buses due to the possibility of the wheelchair lift to crack and fall out which poses as a hazard. These products will have been manufactured between January 1st, 2006 and October 31st, 2014 with wheelchair lifts manufactured by Ricon Corporation. You can reach this company by dialing 1-800-322-2884.
Foods, Medicines, and Cosmetics
- Safeway’s “Safeway Select French Salted Caramel (Fleur De Sel)” premium ice cream for containing an undeclared peanut allergen. These products will have been purchased between November 4th, 2014 and December 5th, 2014 with a UPC Code of 21130 08970. You can reach this company by dialing 1-925-467-3810.
- Giant Eagle’s “Apple Pistachio Salad (with or without chicken)” for containing Gala red apples which are contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes and may cause consumer illness. These salads will have been purchased between November 29th and December 9th. You can reach this company by dialing 1-800-659-6500.
- Del Monte’s fresh cut fruit products that contain Gala red apples grown in Pennsylvania because they may be infected with Listeria monocytogenes and may cause consumer illness. To find out if a recent Del Monte product is part of this recall, check out the detailed recall page. You can reach this company by dialing 1-659.6500.
CONTACT OUR CLEARWATER & TAMPA BAY AREA PRODUCT LIABILITY ATTORNEYS
If you or a loved one has been injured through the use of a product and you feel like the injuries resulted from the negligence of another entity, contact the experienced Clearwater product liability attorneys at Sibley Dolman Gipe Accident Injury Lawyers, PA for answers. We’ll give you a free consultation and case evaluation and even guarantee that we’ll handle your case with no cost to you unless we recover the compensation you deserve. Call us now at 727-451-6900.