The verdict was awarded to the parents of a 4-year-old boy killed in a 2012 Jeep crash fire. Read more
What was once an invention that existed only in our imaginations thanks to the boarding skills of Michael J. Fox in Back to the Future, the hoverboard now not only exists, but it became the... Read more
Fire-prone “hoverboards” are now the subject of an intensive new investigation by Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) engineers. The CPSC has received numerous reports of the battery-p... Read more
You will recall that we wrote a few months back about a serious battery problem that involved Boeing airplanes. Federal investigators have now found that a short circuit likely due to a manu... Read more
A Bessemer, Ala., jury returned a $9 million verdict last month in favor of Sydney McLemore and John and Barbara Hurst in a case against Mazda Motor Corporation. The verdict allocated $6 mil... Read more
General Motors has recalled more than 193,652 SUVs from the 2006 and 2007 model years because a circuit board in the driver’s door could short and cause a fire. The vehicles involved are the... Read more
Government investigators have reported that a decades-old pipe that leaked and fed a massive fire at a Chevron refinery in California was corroded. It was said that the company should have k... Read more
NHTSA is investigating a fire in Texas that destroyed three vehicles last month, including a luxury plug-in sports car built by Fisker Automotive. The Fisker Karma, which sells for more than... Read more
A federal jury in South Carolina awarded $14.5 million in damages recently to a South Carolina printing company in a case brought against The Hartford insurance company. The insurer had deni... Read more
The families of seven people killed in an August fire that occurred in Memphis, Tennessee, have filed a lawsuit seeking $90 million in damages. The lawsuit, filed in state court, claims elec... Read more
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