Keep yourself and your passengers safe this holiday season with these tips from a car accident attorney.
A real tree can be a safety hazard if you don’t pay attention to caring for the tree and protecting it from heat sources.
Toyota and other car manufacturers are working on products that will help make their hybrid cars easier for pedestrians to hear and hopefully prevent accidents.
The CPSC is pushing for a complete ban on drop side cribs to go into effect in December. This is because of the risk of personal injury and wrongful death.
911 emergency services is looking to bring their life-saving technology into the 21st century with text messages and phone-streaming videos to their emergency centers.
Giving your car proper winter weather car can help prevent car accidents and avoid serious and costly repairs that may otherwise not have been necessary.
Properly maintained tires can prevent vehicles from sliding on wet and icy roads, and protect against blowouts.
Food Network star Rachael Ray brand teakettles are being recalled, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.
A popular painkiller is being taken off the market because it could cause dangerous heart rhythms, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
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Mercedes-Benz is recalling nearly 2,300 vehicles due to a leaky fuel filter that may lead to a car accident.
CDX Group Inc. is recalling desk and table lamps because they pose a fire and shock risk to consumers, according to news reports.
Students are out of school, holiday parties are in full swing and drivers are driving under the influence more than ever this holiday season.
Toyota issued another recall Monday, this time on their popular Prius hybrid models because of a faulty coolant pump glitch that could cause the car to overheat and lose power.
Volvo passengers may be able to slide their seats too far forward, putting them at serious risk in the event of a car accident.
The Japanese auto maker is recalling of 94,000 Sienna minivans in the U.S. because of a problem with a bracket holding the brake-light switch.
Diana’s Mexican Food Products is recalling approximately 41,700 pounds of the tamales that could contain an undeclared allergen, whey.
General Motors Co. is recalling nearly 96,000 Cadillac CTS cars because of a problem with a sensor that could disable the front passenger airbag.