GM Recalled 1,750 Sedans Pickup Trucks over Faulty Airbags

A new but not Takata-related airbag recall was issued today. GM recalled 1,750 sedans, midsize pickup trucks over faulty front airbags placed in the vehicles’ steering wheels. The recall was issued today along with a stop-sales order, which forbids dealers from selling the affected vehicles until the defect has been repaired.


VW Claims Former CEO May Have Ignored 2014 Diesel Warnings

One of Volkswagen’s main goals at the International Motor Show, held in Geneva from March 3 – 16, is keeping and rebuilding customers’ trust. According to reporter David Pollard, VW’s emissions scandal is a big topic, drawing fire even from the CEOs of VW’s rivals. VW claims former CEO may have ignored 2014 diesel warnings.


Toyota Just recalled Another 331K Vehicles Due to Takata Airbags

The recall total caused by defective airbag inflators continues to rise as Toyota just recalled another 331K vehicles due to Takata airbags. The faulty inflators can rupture – and not only during impact when one would expect them to do so – with incredible force propelling shrapnel into the vehicles’ passenger cabins similar to the way a Claymore anti-personnel mine functions.


Ford Recalls 51K Transit Wagons

It appears that 2015 may lose its place in history as the year of the recall. As NHTSA continually adjusts its estimates of the numbers of vehicles to be recalled over the Takata airbag crisis, other recall issues are emerging, too. In this one, Ford recalls 51K transit wagons due to problems with the rear seat belts potentially not latching properly.


Strict Product Liability

Arkansas has long followed the Restatement (Second) of Torts Section 402A (1965) which provides that in order for a plaintiff to recover for harm or injury caused by a defective product, the product must be sold “in a defective condition” and be unreasonably dangerous to a consumer. What this means is that as a consumer, you


Breach of Warranty

When a seller makes a promise to a buyer there are implications if the seller breaks that promise. Breach of warranty is a possible remedy for a buyer if a broken promise has caused them harm.