On any given day, you can find dozens of consumer safety alerts and news of product recalls on the websites for official government agencies like the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, the Food and Drug Administration and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
These agencies, among others, are charged with alerting the public to dangerous defective products that may cause serious injury, illness or even death. The consumer alerts and recalls on defective products serve to both protect and inform the public of the existence of defective products.
Some high-profile examples of defective products that resulted in serious injury and product recalls in 2010 include:
If you've been injured after using a defective product, the official safety recall and other information-such as research and injury reports-provided by these organizations may prove helpful as your Philadelphia product liability lawyer works to assemble evidence for your injury claim.
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A Philadelphia product liability lawyer with experience in defective product claims can work with you to determine issues of negligence and liability in your defective product case. The lawyers at White & Williams LLP will investigate your product liability claim so that you can focus on healing from your injuries and moving on with your life. Contact us today - 1-877-944-8396.
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