Category Archives: Personal Injury

Tesla Recall Announced in U.S. Amid Autopilot Crash Probe

Tesla has recalled nearly all of its electric vehicles in the United States over concerns that its Autopilot feature is inadequate to prevent driver misuse. The massive Tesla recall comes amid a years-long regulatory investigation of the automaker and just days after The Washington Post reported that the Autopilot feature was enabled when it shouldn’t […]

Popularity of E-Bikes, E-Scooters Spawns Epidemic of Micro Mobility Fires

E-bikes and E-scooters have become a common fixture across the nation’s urban landscape, touted as a cure-all for everything from traffic congestion to greenhouse gas emissions. But that rising popularity has also come with a cost: an epidemic of micro mobility fires ignited by over-heated and over-pressurized lithium-ion batteries. The Killino Firm’s defective product lawyers […]

Magnet Ingestion Risk Triggers YETI Recall for 1.9 Million Soft Coolers and Gear Cases

Outdoor products manufacturer YETI recently recalled nearly 2 million soft coolers and gear cases over hazardous, high-powered magnets likely to cause severe or fatal injury if swallowed. The Killino Firm’s defective product lawyers believe the victims of preventable injuries and wrongful deaths should receive compensation for their pain and suffering. If you or a loved […]

Tesla Announces Massive U.S. Vehicle Recall for Power Steering Issue

Tesla Motors is recalling just over 40,000 electric vehicles in the United States amid concerns that the cars might lose power steering assist while on rough roadways or traveling over potholes. The Killino Firm’s Auto Defect Injury Lawyers have successfully represented clients harmed by recalled products, including defective vehicles and components. If you were injured or lost […]

Hyundai Recalls 44,000 Santa Fe Sport SUVs Following Four Engine Fire Reports

Hyundai Motor Company is recalling tens of thousands of Santa Fe Sport SUVs amid concerns that problem with the anti-lock brake computers could spark a fire, even when a vehicle is parked. While owners of the recalled SUVs can continue to drive their vehicles, they are advised to park outside, away from structures and other […]