Reports continue to roll in of terrifying, sometimes fatal, instances of drivers and passengers being hit with shrapnel with the force of a bullet from exploding airbags manufactured by Takata Corporation as government agencies investigate. Injuries have been described to look like stab wounds. Affected airbags—now subject to a massive recall—can explode violently, spraying shrapnel and other metal debris into the interior at rapid fire pace.
A class action lawsuit against Nicor Inc. and related defendants (collectively, “Nicor”), is currently pending in state court in Illinois. The plaintiffs are seeking damages and injunctive relief. It is not too late to get involved.
What is going on with the GM ignitions? (Chevrolet, Pontiac, and Saturn)
If you now own or lease, or previously owned or leased, certain models of Chevrolet, Pontiac or Saturn, you may have suffered material financial harm. You have likely paid more for your vehicle than you would have paid had you been aware of a serious defect in your vehicle’s ignition switch, as explained in detail below. You may have legal claims against General Motors Company (GM) and should contact an attorney to discuss your rights.
If you have purchased any of Clarins’ “Beauty-Enhancing Products” listed below, you may have suffered financially. You have likely paid more for these products because of Clarins’ unsubstantiated claims that these creams, lotions, and serums have certain age-negating effects or reduce and reverse the appearance of cellulite. You may have legal claims against Clarins and should contact an attorney to discuss your rights.
If you are a current or former purchaser or lessee of 2009-2013 model year Navistar International Corporation (“Navistar”) vehicles equipped with Maxxforce Advanced EGR diesel engines, you may have legal claims against Navistar due to an engine defect and should contact an attorney to discuss your rights.
How Ford's unintended acceleration lawsuit affects you
If you bought or leased one or more vehicles manufactured by Ford Motor Company, in the United States, between 2002 and 2010, your vehicle may be at risk for sudden unintended acceleration caused by dangerous design defects and the absence of necessary protections that have resulted in vehicle collision, deaths, and injuries to occupants and pedestrians. If you bought or leased a Ford vehicle during that time period, you have likely suffered material financial harm, having paid more for your vehicle than you would have paid, or having bought or leased a vehicle you otherwise would not have, had you been aware of the defect.