Honda has issued the recall of the Honda Odyssey Minivans models from 2011 to 2017, after 46 reports of injuries related to a problem that causes the second-row seats to fall forward. The recall will effect 900,000 Honda Odyssey Minivans, of which about 800,000 were sold in the United States. According to a statement released by Honda if the seat latch is not properly latched after adjusting or removing the second-row seats, “the seat may tip forward during moderate to heavy braking, increasing the injury to an occupant. This issue will not occur if a seat is properly latched.” Honda has provided owners of the effected 2011 to 2017 models of the Honda Odyssey Minivan with instructions on what to do ensure that the seats are properly secured. The company is also recommending that Odyssey owners take their vans to Honda dealerships immediately, where service technicians will be able to fix the issue for free. For more information about the latest Honda recall, visit the websites linked below: • Honda Recall Lookup • Instructions for Properly Installing/Positioning the Second Row Outer Seats and Confirming They Are Securely Latched If you or your loved one has been injured as a result of the second-row seats in a Honda Odyssey tipping forward, we would like to hear from you. Please contact one of the experienced personal injury attorney’s at Wallace & Graham, to discuss any potential claims that you may have related to injuries from defective or faulty products. SOURCES • Honda recalls 900,000 Odyssey minivans after dozens of reported injuries
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