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Texas Man Killed by Takata Airbag

From the New Jersey product liability attorneys at Breslin and Breslin: The family of a Texas man who died in a minor traffic accident is alleging in a lawsuit that their loved one is the latest person to be killed by shrapnel shooting out of exploding air bags made by Takata Corp. of Japan.

Stryker Resolves Hip Implant Lawsuits

The New Jersey products liability attorneys at Breslin and Breslin are reporting that Stryker Corp. on Monday said that it has resolved multiple product-liability lawsuits related to its Rejuvenate and ABGII hip implants, which the company had recalled in 2012 because of the potential for the devices to corrode and cause inflammation in tissue in and around the implant.

New Jersey Based B&G Foods Recalls Taco Product

The New Jersey products liability attorneys at Breslin and Breslin are reporting that Parsippany-based B&G Foods, manufacturers of several brand-name grocery items, have announced a voluntary recall of certain Ortega-brand taco products due to the possibility of the presence of peanuts and almonds, allergens that are not declared on the products' ingredient statements.

Massive Baby Wipes Recall

The product liability attorneys at Breslin and Breslin would like to help spread the word about a recent recall of baby wipes. Nutek Disposables of Pennsylvania has issued a voluntary recall for its baby wipes because some packages may contain a bacteria that's often resistant to common antibiotics.

Chrysler Recalls over 500,000 Vehicles

The product liability attorneys at Breslin and Breslin have just learned that the Chrysler Group is recalling Jeep and Dodge SUVs globally because their stability controls might not work, as well as their heavy-duty and commercial vehicles because their diesel-fuel heaters might get too hot. 

Following Car Accidents, GM Recalls Camaros Over Ignition Issue

Following a series of car accidents, General Motors is recalling more than a half-million Chevrolet Camaros because of the danger that a bump to the keys could suddenly turn off the ignition - a problem similar to the defect that led the automaker to recall millions of small cars this year. GM said that a driver's knee could jostle the key fob, causing the ignition to turn off and cutting the engine.