GM Compensation Plan Could Pay Ignition Defect Victims $20,000 To Several Millions

GM Compensation Plan Could Pay Ignition Defect Victims $20,000 To Several Millions

How can you put a price on price on a life cut short? It’s not exactly an easy question and there really is no right answer. But General Motors’ compensation plan attempts to do so, starting the process at no less than $1 million when it comes to those who died in accidents caused by a defective ignition switch found in thousands of vehicles. [More]

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Kraft Recalls Batch Of Velveeta Because….Not Enough Preservative Makes Cheese Spoil Too Fast

If you’re thinking of whipping up a pot of creamy cheese dip this weekend, you might want to inspect your block of Velveeta carefully. [More]

GM To Start Process Of Compensating Families Of Ignition Switch Victims In August

GM To Start Process Of Compensating Families Of Ignition Switch Victims In August

General Motors has been promising for weeks that it will come up with some sort of compensation for people who bought any of the car company’s millions of vehicles with defective ignition switches. GM now says the plan is coming together, but don’t hold your breath waiting for specifics. [More]

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GM Recalls Another 3.2 Million Cars For Ignition Switch Problems

At this point it might be easier for the owners of General Motors cars if the company just recalled all of its vehicles. [More]

Toyota Reissues Recall Because No One Wants Shrapnel Flying Out Of Their Airbags

Toyota Reissues Recall Because No One Wants Shrapnel Flying Out Of Their Airbags

No driver wants to encounter a piece of metal flying toward their heads, especially if that shrapnel is coming from a device meant to save your life. To cut down on that risk, Toyota is reissuing a 2013 recall of more than 700,000 vehicles. [More]

Chrysler Recalls More Than 10,000 SUVs Because Cruise-Control Is Supposed To Be Controlled

Chrysler Recalls More Than 10,000 SUVs Because Cruise-Control Is Supposed To Be Controlled


The invention of cruise-control has saved many consumers from receiving costly speeding tickets, but the often convenient system hasn’t been operating as it should in a number of Chrysler SUVs. [More]

CPSC: Sixth Infant Death Linked To Recalled Nap Nanny Recliner

CPSC: Sixth Infant Death Linked To Recalled Nap Nanny Recliner

The tragic saga of the recalled Nap Nanny Infant Recliner continued this week as the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission confirms a sixth baby has died while in the product. [More]

Michigan Woman Files Lawsuit Against Plant Linked To E.coli Contamination

Michigan Woman Files Lawsuit Against Plant Linked To E.coli Contamination

A massive ground beef recall earlier this month has been linked to 11 illnesses in four states, and now one lawsuit against the packing plant where the possible E.coli contamination occurred. [More]

1.8 Million Pounds Of Ground Beef Recalled For Possible E.Coli Contamination

1.8 Million Pounds Of Ground Beef Recalled For Possible E.Coli Contamination

Planning to get a juicy hamburger for lunch today? Some of you may change your mind after reading this. Nearly two million pounds of ground beef products were recalled today because of possible E.Coli contamination. [More]

GM Recalls 2.7 Million Vehicles For Brake, Taillight, Windshield-Wiper And Other Issues

GM Recalls 2.7 Million Vehicles For Brake, Taillight, Windshield-Wiper And Other Issues

In an attempt to show the public, and federal regulators, that safety is of the utmost importance, General Motors issued five new recalls Thursday for a total 2.7 million vehicles. [More]

Chrysler Recalls 645,000 Minivans Because Enjoying The Breeze Shouldn’t Include A Fire

Chrysler Recalls 645,000 Minivans Because Enjoying The Breeze Shouldn’t Include A Fire

Driving down the highway with the windows down, wind in your hair sounds pretty relaxing. But if you’re the owner of a Chrysler minivan that drive might need to wait. [More]

GM Recalls More Than 51,000 SUVs Because Of Misleading Fuel Gauge Readings

GM Recalls More Than 51,000 SUVs Because Of Misleading Fuel Gauge Readings

The thought of running out of gas during rush hour creates a special kind of anxiety — driving down the street thinking you have a full tank of gas when you don’t is just plain terrifying. It’s that situation that has led to a recall of more than 51,000 General Motors vehicles. [More]

Mercedes Recalls 250,000 Vehicles Because Taillight Issue Could Lead To Small Trunk Fires

Mercedes Recalls 250,000 Vehicles Because Taillight Issue Could Lead To Small Trunk Fires

It’s never a fun experience when something in your vehicle fails. It’s even worse when that failure could lead to a trunk fire. And that’s precisely the reason Mercedes-Benz is recalling more than 250,000 vehicles. [More]

800,000 Baby Video Monitors Recalled Because Batteries Aren’t Suppose To Burn You

800,000 Baby Video Monitors Recalled Because Batteries Aren’t Suppose To Burn You

Keeping an eye on your baby while they sleep or play quietly in their room should be a painless task. But for some owners of a recently recalled video monitor the everyday task has left them injured, and in some cases with property damage. [More]

Volkswagen Recalls 26,000 New Vehicles Because Bursting Into Flames Is Not Cool

Volkswagen Recalls 26,000 New Vehicles Because Bursting Into Flames Is Not Cool

Brand new isn’t always better. That certainly seems to be the case with more than 26,000 new Volkswagen vehicles being recalled. [More]

Toyota Recalls 6.4 Million Vehicles Worldwide

Toyota Recalls 6.4 Million Vehicles Worldwide

Toyota Motor Corp. announced today that it is recalling 6.39 million vehicles worldwide for a variety of problems including issues with seat rails, airbag deployment and steer columns. This marks the companies third million-vehicle recall in five years. [More]

GM Announces Three Additional Recalls Affecting 1.5 Million Vehicles

GM Announces Three Additional Recalls Affecting 1.5 Million Vehicles

General Motors Co announced three new recalls affecting 1.5 million vehicles for airbag deployment and other issues. The announcement comes on the same day it was revealed that the company faces its first class action lawsuit tied to February’s massive recall of vehicles for ignition problems. The company will also take a $300 million charge against earnings to pay for repairs as part of an initiative to be more responsive to problems with its vehicles. [More]

Honda Recalls 900,000 Odyssey Minivans Because Catching Fire Is Bad

Honda Recalls 900,000 Odyssey Minivans Because Catching Fire Is Bad

No one wants to be enjoying a nice Sunday drive with the kids when all of a sudden your van burst into flames. A new recall of nearly 900,000 Odyssey minivans aims to take that risk of the table. [More]