Investigation a class action lawsuit on behalf of individuals who recently purchased a bike helmet lacking the newest technology. As reported by Forbes, "Bicycle helmets sold in the United States must meet government standards, but new tests show that some of them protect heads better than others. New safety ratings for 30 popular adult-size models reflect a range of performance in concussion protection. Just four helmets earned the highest rating of 5 stars. The two worst performers earned 2 stars, and the remaining 24 were rated in the 3-4 star range. Cost wasn’t a good predictor of performance. . . . The number of stars assigned to each helmet represents how effectively that model reduces overall injury risk. . . .Of the four 5-star helmets in the initial test group, all are equipped with a Multi-Directional Impact Protection System (MIPS), a technology that creates a low-friction layer inside the helmet." If you recently purchased bike helmet that received low rating in the Virginia Tech study, please contact us.