Several weeks ago, the fast-growing electric scooter company, Lime, issued a statement that their scooters were breaking apart "when subject to repeated abuse." Now, Lime is recalling scooters from every city worldwide, after users report them breaking in half under normal conditions.
Salami and prosciutto packages produced in Canada and shipped to New Jersey have been recalled due to possible salmonella contamination, federal officials said.
Superior Importers has recalled about 6,200 mattresses that the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said did not meet a mandatory federal flammability standard.
Fiat Chrysler is recalling nearly 1.8 million Ram trucks mainly in North America because they can be shifted out of park without the driver's foot on the brake or possibly without the key in the ignition.
Audi is recalling more than 52,000 luxury cars in the U.S. and Canada to fix fuel lines that can leak and increase the risk of a fire.
Hyundai and Kia are recalling a total of approximately half a million compact cars over a brake light issue. Specifically, the recall affects 363,932 Hyundai Elantras from model years 2013-2014 and 134,366 Kia Fortes(Koup variety included) from model years 2012-2014.
The product liability attorneys at Breslin and Breslin are reporting that more than 40 million Kidde fire extinguishers with plastic handles manufactured over a nearly 45-year period have been recalled because they can become clogged or require excessive force to discharge, federal officials said.
The product liability attorneys at Breslin and Breslin are reporting that Stop & Shop has recalled packages of store-brand frozen corn because it could be contaminated with a germ that causes listeria, a serious infection.
The New Jersey product liability attorneys at Breslin and Breslin are reporting that a brand of liquid glitter iPhone cases is being recalled after at least two dozen people were injured.
The New Jersey product liability attorneys at Breslin and Breslin are reporting that a meat manufacturer has recalled 16 tons of fully-cooked chicken sausage, which was sold in New Jersey grocery stores and several other states, because of misbranding and undeclared allergens.