Backroad Country Caramel Puffcorn Recalled Due to Undeclared Allergen

According to several news agencies, Backroad Country Caramel Puffcorn has been recalled over the possibility certain lots may have been produced with milk.

The undeclared allergen has prompted this recall, according to the Food and Drug Administration. Troyer Cheese decided to alert consumers immediately so all units of the 8 or 16-ounce plastic bags of the product with the codes 0 49646 90176 0 or 0 49646 90157 6 can be returned to the place of purchase at once.

As a personal injury attorney at a prestigious Seattle law firm, I hope these products are returned immediately since the allergic reactions some consumers could experience after consuming this undeclared allergen could turn out to be fatal. I have seen similar occurrences in the past and know that several reports of illnesses or adverse reactions surface before any recalls are announced. I’m glad that this product hasn’t jeopardized the lives of consumers in the country up to this moment.

I encourage you to remember that if you suffer any adverse reactions related to a recalled and contaminated food product you might like to ask an attorney near you to assess your case promptly.

Crash on Kline Road Claims One Life

A single-car crash that happened near Bellingham reportedly claimed the life of a man from Blaine. The accident also left one man injured, according to several news sources.

Official reports from the authorities show that a 21-year-old man was driving a pick-up truck on the westbound lanes of the Kline Road last Thursday when the vehicle suddenly drifted off to the side of the road and hit a utility pole.

The passenger in the vehicle was pronounced dead later at the hospital. The extent of the driver’s injuries was not immediately available.

At this moment, the Washington State Patrol is investigating this crash and should have more details on this case in no time.

Any personal injury lawyer in our Seattle Lawyers firm can tell you that this is a truly sad occurrence. Our hearts and thoughts go out to the family and the friends of the man who was killed in this crash. It’s now up to the judge to decide this driver’s fate.

Whenever you or a loved one is involved in an accident that resulted in injuries, you may want to contact a personal injury lawyer in your city who can assess your case promptly.

Subaru, NHTSA Recall Vehicles Due to Braking Issue

In a press release, Subaru of America, in cooperation with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), announced a major recall for their year 2012 model versions of its Legacy, Outback and Impreza cars. The company has received approximately 130 complaints of excessive braking. The company says it takes about an hour for mechanics to replace the part. The company has issued “stop-sell” orders¬†to its U.S. dealers on all three vehicles and is working with the NHTSA to ensure the totality of this recall. Approximately 3,000 cars of the aforementioned models have already been sold in North America.

As a Bellevue car accident attorney, I’ve seen similar recalls due to defective auto parts in the past and understand the deadly consequences these parts can have for consumers if left neglected. If you’ve been injured in a collision that you believe was the direct result of a defective auto part, it may be in your best interests to speak with a car accident lawyer in your city.