Feds won’t recall Yamaha Rhino after 30 consumer deaths plus 200 lawsuits

January 6, 2009 (AmericanInjuryNews.com - Dallas, Personal Injury)

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Yamaha Rhino continues to cause serious injuries to drivers and passengers. Yamaha and federal government refuse to recall dangerous Rhino all-terrain vehicle.

January 5, 2008, Dallas, TX (AmericanInjuryNews.com)–Enews utility vehicle safety reporters and Dallas Rhino rollover lawyers alert the federal government has still not recalled Yamaha Rhino. The utility vehicle manufacturer, Yamaha, has not recalled the dangerous side by side two-passenger vehicle. Federal safety regulators with the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) www.cpsc.gov announced it was investigating the Yamaha Rhino following reports of some 30 deaths involving the all-terrain vehicle. Rhino rollover lawyers across the country have filed over 200 lawsuits. The tendency of the Rhino to rollover during normal use has resulted in serious injuries and death.

American utility vehicle experts and Dallas County Rhino rollover attorneys have been questioning the safety of Yamaha Rhino since its release. Drivers and passengers have died in Rhino rollovers and have sustained injuries including:

-Crushed limbs
-Severed limbs
-Crushed and perforated organs
-Broken bones

Enews product injury reporters and Dallas, Texas, Rhino rollover attorneys say in spite of its knowledge of serious injuries resulting from rollover accidents, Yamaha has not announced a recall of the Rhino all-terrain vehicle. Consumers injured in rollover accidents involving the Yamaha Rhino may be entitled to compensation. Contacting a Dallas injury lawyer may help you recover from your damages and injuries.

Contributor: Amy K. Witherite - Dallas Lawyer 

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