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Archive: Product Liability

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Aug 12
Our Long Island defective auto lawyers look into why automakers are still selling vehicles with potentially deadly airbags.

Despite the largest vehicle recall in history, and some of the largest fines in history, vehicles with defective airbags are still rolling off the assembly line and into Long Island driveways. According to a Congressional report, Mitsubishi, Volkswagen, Chrysler/Fiat, and…

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Our product liability lawyers report that millennial jurors are changing the way lawyers present product liability information in court.

The Millennial generation is changing the world. They’ve given us social media, crowdsourcing, and the share-economy, but now they may be ensuring that the world is also a safer place. The youngest adult generation of Americans are known for their…

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Jun 23
Our product liability lawyers report on faulty car seats.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has been put on notice by Congress to investigate and propose a solution to prevent deadly seat back collapses. A coalition of Congress members worked together to craft a letter to 19 automakers,…

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Mar 17

Electric Cars Subject to a Faulty Brakes Recall

by The Law Offices of Cohen & Jaffe, LLP
Our Long Island auto defect lawyers report that the all-electric Nissan Leaf car is experiencing problems with the relay found inside the car’s electronic brake booster.

It has been revealed by CBS that the all-electric Nissan Leaf car is experiencing problems with the relay found inside the car’s electronic brake booster. It has been found that the relay could fail when temperatures are very cold. This…

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Jan 27

Airbag Recall in the News Again

by The Law Offices of Cohen & Jaffe, LLP
Our Long Island auto defect lawyers report that airbag recall is back in the news again.

Once one airbag has been recalled and the news has gone quiet on the subject for a while, a fatality occurs with indisputable evidence that an airbag was the cause. This time it is the recall of 5 million Takata…

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