Every day, Americans rely on household products such as toys, car seats, walkers, medication, and furniture to work properly. We assume the household items we use are safe, but defects can make ordinary products dangerous to use. The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), estimates there were more than 13 million consumer product-related injuries in 2017. Products that contain manufacturing, design, or warning defects can pose hazards including, but not limited to, the following:
Spinal cord injury
Toxic chemical exposure
Types of defective products.
Some common examples of defective products include:
Infant cribs, jumpers, and playpens
ATVs and ROVs
Pools and spas
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Confidential settlement in a case against a snowboard binding manufacturer regarding a defective binding. The defectively designed binding resulted in a quadriplegic injury and is believed to be the first successful case against a snowboard binding manufacturer in the nation.
$2.7 million in pharmaceutical negligence case resulting in death.
Confidential settlement against manufacturer of recalled contact lens solution that led to infection causing blindness.
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