Mack Trucks Recalls LEU and MRU Models

There appears to be a recall on certain models of Mack Trucks, according to multiple news agencies.

According to the official reports from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, all models 2010, 2011 and 2012 of the LEU and MRU trucks are being recalled. This specific recall was necessary due to an issue with the front suspension of these recalled vehicle models.

The company has announced that the circuit protection on the starter could be negated by the fact that the alternator ground cable runs directly to it. The possible repercussion of this problem could be a car fire.

Any personal injury lawyer in our Seattle Lawyers firm can tell you that recalls like this can lead to a series of severe risks to drivers and passengers alike. I’m very happy Mack Trucks decided to issue this recall quickly putting the safety of drivers ahead of profits.

Whenever you’re involved in an accident that was caused by a recalled or faulty truck, you may like to consult a personal injury attorney in your city who will be able to assess your case quickly.

Buick Regal Recalled, 2012 Models Could Present a Software Error

It’s my hope as a Bellevue personal injury lawyer that consumers in the United States are always on top of all recall news out there. I’m always very saddened when consumers are injured through the use of recalled products. Happily, this last recall notice did not mention any reports of injuries or accidents.

According to recent news articles, General Motors had issued a recall notice for all units of the 2012 Buick Regal models on account of a software error. According to the agencies covering this recall news, the issue with these vehicles’ software could result in an inadequate lighting.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has revealed in an official memo that the 2012 Buick Regal’s parking lamps do not activate even when the switch is turned on, which could result in diminished visibility and increase the likelihood of an accident.

The recall is likely to come into effect after March of 2012. Dealers are required to update the body control module free of charge for customers.