On January 4, the U.S. Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) said that an estimated 89,568 lbs of meat products sold nationwide are being recalled due to possible wood debris contamination. The recall affects the Sam’s Choice Black Angus Vidalia Onion beef patties made by the Huisken Meat Company between November and December of 2015.
The Class II Recall explained that “extraneous wood materials” that may have come from one of the ingredients was detected in the products during processing. Though no one has complained of injuries or illnesses involving the affected beef patties, Huisken Meat and the FSIS urged consumers to throw it out immediately or return it to where they bought it. Individuals who accidentally consumed the recalled products are advised to seek medical attention if they experience illness or injuries.
When product manufacturers neglect to ensure the safety of their food products, innocent people can get very sick. At the LaMarca Law Group, P.C., our legal team of product liability attorneys will work for victims of contaminated foods or defective products as they pursue compensation for their injuries. Call us today at (877) 327-2600 to learn more.
A recall was issued on December 17 including about 30,000 units of ceiling fans sold in the U.S. due to a possible defect that may result in consumers sustaining injuries, a U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission report said.
The recall covers 43 models of Casablanca ceiling fans with motor and blades that may detach from the adapters and fall. The issue usually occurs when the affected ceiling fans are in the “reverse updraft mode.” Casablanca and federal authorities are aware of eight incidents of malfunctioning ceiling fans, one of which resulted in a consumer sustaining minor injuries and property damage. Owners of these fans have been warned not to use the recalled ceiling fans and to contact Casablanca for a free repair.
If you or a loved one has been injured by a defective product in Iowa, the legal team of at the LaMarca Law Group, P.C. may be able to help you recover compensation for your suffering. Discuss your case with a representative today by calling (877) 327-2600.
Several individuals suffered injuries in a two-vehicle crash involving a school district van and a pickup truck in Waterloo, Iowa on December 9.
According to reports, a Waterloo School District vehicle was struck from behind by another vehicle at around 5:00 in the evening near the intersection of E 8th Street and Franklin Street. Both vehicles were reportedly heading west on Franklin Street when the collision took place. Information coming from Waterloo Police said six people were transported to the hospital for treatment of minor injuries. Authorities did not release the identities of the individuals involved in the crash as some were students.
At LaMarca Law Group, P.C., our personal injury attorneys fight for the rights of victims of car accidents caused by negligent drivers. We want you to know that we will do everything in our power to help you through this troubling time. Call our offices at (877) 327-2600 today to discuss your specific situation with our attorneys today and learn how we can help you.
German automaker Porsche is facing a lawsuit in which the father of deceased actor Paul Walker claimed his son wrongfully died in the fiery Los Angeles car accident in 2013, according to a NBC News report.
According to the November 25 lawsuit filed by the legal counsel of Paul Walker III, the Porsche Carrera GT 2005 occupied by the late actor at the time of his death did not have sufficient “safety features.” The “Fast and Furious” movie actor died when the vehicle he was riding in collided with a lamppost and a tree on November 30, 2013. Professional race driver Roger Rodas, who was driving at the time, also died in the crash. The lawsuit also alleged that the seat belt restraining Walker contributed to his injuries and prevented him from surviving the accident.
The lawyers of the LaMarca Law Group, P.C., in Iowa represent families who are dealing with the terrible loss of a loved one due to auto accidents. To discuss your situation with our legal team, please call (877) 327-2600 today.
Korean automaker Kia Motors is recalling over 256,000 vehicles in the U.S. due to a possible steering malfunction that may result in accidents, a November 16 article reported.
According to reports, the 2014-2015 models of the Soul compact Sport Utility Vehicles may crash when certain parts in the steering gear separate. Kia stated in the recall that the problem may occur due to the weak adhesive used in the steering gear parts, and the company has shared this information with federal authorities. Kia also stated that they are unaware of any injuries or crashes involving the steering issue. Kia dealers will begin repairing and improving the steering components of the recalled vehicles on December 22nd.
The auto defect lawyers of LaMarca Law Group, P.C., in Iowa understand that people can face extreme financial loss after being involved in car accidents. That’s why our attorneys are here to help victims of defective products like you recover financial compensation for your injuries. Call (877) 327-2600 today to learn more.
American automaker General Motors (GM) recently issued its third recall of about 1.4 million vehicles due to fire risks that were not corrected in previous recalls.
According to GM, the third recall became a possibility after the company received reports that the recalls in 2008 and in 2009 both failed to address the oil leak issue that was causing some vehicles to catch fire. Of the vehicles that have already undergone repairs during previous recalls, 1,300 reportedly caught fire.
The affected vehicles may catch fire if the oil from the valve cover gasket leaks onto the hot components of the engine. GM is aware of 19 complaints of minor injuries link to the issue, and in 2008 they acknowledge that 267 vehicles caught fire and that 17 of these incidents resulted to structural damage.
When you consider how much trust you put in your vehicle to carry you and your family safely throughout your days, it can be incredibly frightening to learn that such a serious defect exists. If you have been impacted by a defective car, contact the product liability attorneys of the LaMarca Law Group, P.C., by calling (877) 327-2600 today.
A little girl was recently hospitalized with injuries after a train struck her in Council Bluffs, Iowa, an article reported on October 18.
Information coming from the Council Bluffs Police revealed that they were notified of a railway accident that happened at the vicinity of 3rd Avenue and 14th Street at around 12:30 p.m. Responding officers found a child, only identified as a 9-year-old girl, on the rail tracks with a laceration on her forehead.
Apparently, the girl was attempting to cross the tracks after a train passed but was unaware of a second train following close behind the first, preliminary investigations revealed. It is unclear whether or not she saw or heard warnings of the second train’s presence.
The girl underwent surgery for her fractured skull and is currently in stable condition at the Omaha trauma center.
Trains are incredibly dangerous machines that frequently result in individuals being killed or maimed when they are involved in accidents. If you or your family have been affected by a train accident that could have been prevented, contact the LaMarca Law Group, P.C., to discuss your case with our train accident attorneys. Call (877) 327-2600 to learn more.
A 16-year-old has recently suffered serious injuries in Des Moines in a car accident that was likely caused by texting and driving.
According to reports the two-vehicle accident happened on Oct. 5 at the intersection of Lacona Avenue and Southeast 14th Street. The 16-year-old driver was t-boned in his blue Chevrolet Cavalier by a pick-up truck. Off-duty Polk County Sheriff’s Office sergeant, Dan Charleston, happened to be in the area and responded to the scene of the accident. As Charleston peaked into the Cavalier, he found a young male driver clearly unconscious and with blood on his face. He then saw what likely caused this preventable crash: a cell phone on the driver’s lap with a half written text open on the screen.
The teenager who was believed to be in critical condition was transported to Mercy Hospital.
Unfortunately, innocent drivers sometimes suffer from serious injuries and damages by accidents they did not cause. If you have found yourself in a similar situation in Iowa, a car accident lawyer with the LaMarca Law Group, P.C. can work to get you the financial compensation you may be needing. Call our office today at (877) 327-2600.
A male driver suffered serious injuries after the vehicle he was driving was hit by a tow truck in Dubuque, an article from thonline.com reported on Friday, September 18.
According to a crash report on September 17, the pickup, driven by a 63-year-old Wisconsin man on 11th Street was broadsided by a northbound tow truck pulling a car from White Street. The tow truck driver reportedly proceeded on a red traffic light at the intersection of 11th Street when the accident occurred. The Wisconsin man was immediately airlifted to a hospital in Iowa City for the incapacitating injuries he sustained. A citation was later issued to the tow truck driver for running past a red traffic light.
Sadly individuals who suffered incapacitating injuries in car accidents caused by reckless drivers are often left permanently disabled. However, if this happens to you or to a loved one in Iowa, the lawyers of LaMarca Law Group, P.C. may possibly help get the remunerations you need while disabled. Take legal action against negligent parties today by calling (877) 327-2600.
Approximately 4,400 units of heavy duty lawnmowers are being recalled in the U.S. when it was found that the models may catch fire during operation, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission reported.
The recall affects two models of the “Scag Liberty-Z zero-turn lawnmowers” that are sold by Scag Power Equipment nationwide. According to the recall, the affected lawnmowers may possibly catch fire if gas leaks from the tank. The recalling company is aware of at least five incidents of gas coming out from the tank of the affected lawnmowers. No one was reportedly injured by the lawnmowers before the recall was issued. People who owned the recalled lawnmowers are advised to coordinate with their local dealers to have their units repaired for free.
The legal team of LaMarca Law Group, P.C., understands that many people in Iowa suffer serious injuries in accidents caused by defective products sold in the market. If you are harmed by a defective product, we may help you get treatment funds if negligent parties are involved. Get in touch with us today at (877) 327-2600 to find out how we may work on your behalf.
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