The following product recalls have been announced this week—make sure you’re in the know.
Home Design Upholstered Low-profile Standard and Platform Beds
Home Design is recalling its Upholstered Low-profile Standard and Platform Beds due to a risk of the beds breaking, sagging, or collapsing during use, posing fall and injury hazards to consumers. Home Design has received 128 reports, including 36 injuries.
Ford Explorer SUV Trim
Ford has recalled nearly 1.9 million Explorer SUVs in the U.S. because a trim piece can fly off and create a hazard for other drivers. The recall covers Explorers from the 2011 through 2019 model years.
Kia Carnival and Sportage Vehicles
Kia America is recalling more than 101,000 cars and SUVs, including 2022–2024 models of the Kia Carnival and 2023–2024 models of the Kia Sportage, due to a potentially deadly hazard. The roof molding can become loose or detach while driving, which can create a road hazard for other vehicles, increasing the risk of a crash.
Ford Explorer SUV Windshields
Ford is recalling more than 1.8 million Explorer vehicles due to a potential safety hazard with a part connected to the windshield. The A-pillar trim retention clips may be improperly assembled, allowing the trim to detach. A detached trim piece could potentially fall off the SUV, become a road hazard, and increase the risk of a crash.
If these recalled products have caused you or a loved one injury, you may be entitled to compensation. Take action and contact Morgan & Morgan today for a free, no-obligation case evaluation.