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January 29, 2015  ·  By HM&M

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Nissan recently recalled over one-thousand 2008 Altimas relating to a loose bolt which could lead to difficulty controlling the car if it fell out- this includes Nissan models driven by Chicagoland drivers.

According to NHTSA's report, the left-side front suspension transverse link bolt in the 2008 Altimas may not have been tightened to specification at the factory. “This condition could cause the bolt to become loose while the vehicle is being driven,” it said. “If the bolt were to come out, the driver may experience difficulty controlling the direction of the vehicle, which could result in a crash.”

If you own the aforementioned vehicle, have it checked out immediately by your dealer. Nissan dealers will tighten the bolt free of charge. Owners can contact Nissan for more information at (800) 647-7261.

January 29, 2015

Medical Device Recalls Up 97 Percent Over Last Decade, Hospitals Struggle to Keep Up

In an executive summary of its Medical Device Recall Report, the FDA revealed that the annual number of recalls increased by a staggering 97 percent from 2003 to 2012. Over the past decade, the complexity of medical device recalls increased and 1,190 recalls were reported in 2012, almost double the amount in 2003. Manufacturers maintain... Read More

January 29, 2015

Nursing Homes are Petitioning for Guardianship to Collect Debts

The Las Vegas Sun (5/29) editorialized, “It is only common sense that many federal laws, those on civil rights among them, should be consistently and strictly enforced throughout the country.” However, “many federal laws not covering constitutionally protected freedoms should stand only as a minimum standard.” The paper said, “regulators under Bush often wrote “preemption”... Read More

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