Wells Fargo Fake Account Lawsuits Move Forward, But What Does That Mean for Victims?

The past year has been a rough one for San Francisco-based Wells Fargo. The bank has gone from being the largest bank in America to number three in a matter of months, and hard times are not letting up. New scandals continue to shake loose from the bank’s branches, and now a court ruling may [...]

By | November 15th, 2017|Consumer Safety|Comments Off on Wells Fargo Fake Account Lawsuits Move Forward, But What Does That Mean for Victims?

PG&E RECLOSERS, FALLEN TREES, AND THE WINE COUNTRY FIRES

David Baker reported in the November 2, 2017 edition of the SF Chronicle that PG&E reclosers, which are designed to restart themselves if power goes off by shooting pulses of electricity through lines that tripped off, may have contacted branches or brush starting the widespread fires. According to Sen Jerry Hill (San Mateo) whose committee [...]

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Why Are New iPhone 8’s Bursting at the Seams?

The iPhone 8 has finally been released! Is it everything you hoped for? If not, the iPhone X arrives on November 3rd. These two phones represent the best that technology has to offer at the moment, however, the latest and greatest may not always be the safest. Reports are surfacing about the new iPhone, and [...]

By | November 1st, 2017|Product Liability|Comments Off on Why Are New iPhone 8’s Bursting at the Seams?