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Product Liability and Daytona Beach Attorneys

Fri, Aug 12, 2011 at 1:50PM


It’s a scary world out there when it comes to the products we buy and Daytona Beach attorneys want you know some of the things that can happen.

While the Consumer Product Safety Commission stays on alert, most of its actions sadly come after a product has harmed someone. For example, on July 28, 2001, the commission announced a voluntary recall of the Fisher-Price Little People Builders’ Load ‘n Go Wagon. However, there already had been seven injury reports, including reports of five children requiring stitches or surgical glue.

Another hazard that the commission catches, but not until after someone could get hurt, is company employees engaging in illegal acts. On Aug. 1, 2011, the commission announced employees of Tampa-based Youth Research Inc. and contractors for the company were sentenced on charges of falsifying data on child resistance tests of multi-purpose and cigarette lighters.

You should always be careful with the products you buy and make sure your children don’t get their hands on products that can be dangerous for them. Sometimes, though, Daytona Beach attorneys know things happen beyond a parent’s control. Way too often, that results in a child getting hurt. Whether they realize it or not, adults are just as susceptible to getting injured by dangerous products.

For a possible product liability case, Daytona Beach attorneys can advise you of your rights under the law. Product liability cases can be extremely complex and having the right representation in court is crucial.

The Daytona Beach attorneys at Seitz & Tresher can’t take all the scary out of the world, but they can make sure you have the representation you need when bad things happen.


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