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Faulty highchairs could turn into products liability claims

Protecting their children is a preoccupation with many Georgia parents. They try to make sure that their homes are "baby-proofed," having toys do not present choking hazards and clothes that are flame retardant. Internet research and talking with other parents helps them choose products designed for safety. So what happens when a defective product leads to tragedy? Those parents whose children suffer injuries from these dangerous items may file products liability claims seeking restitution and justice.

Makers of Mary B's biscuits may face products liability claims

It seems as though there is always another food item being recalled due to some sort of contamination. Bacteria such a E. Coli, listeria and others find their way into all kinds of foods that can lead to serious health consequences and, in some cases, death. The contamination of yet another product sold here in Georgia could end up leading to products liability claims.

Another drug manufacturer could face products liability claims

Georgia residents who suffer from osteoarthritis know the condition cannot be cured. However, medications are available that can at least help manage the pain associated with this condition. One of those medications is Limbrel, which recently made headlines due to complaints received by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Due to the potentially severe health consequences caused by the medication, products liability claims could be filed across the country.

Products liability suits could be in Ikea's future

Decorating and furnishing a child's room is often a great source of joy for Georgia parents. Many put a great deal of time and effort into finding the right pieces that complete the aesthetic for which they are looking. Tragically, some parents are mourning the loss of children from dangerous furniture that was hiding in their rooms, and the furniture-maker Ikea could soon be facing products liability suits.

Products liability alert: Faulty fire extinguishers recalled

Many Georgia residents have fire extinguishers in their homes in the event of a fire. These devices provide a certain measure of security since they provide the opportunity to put out a fire before it becomes a blaze that could cause injuries or death. What if the danger actually came from the very thing meant to prevent harm? A recent recall could result in products liability claims for fires that never should have spread.

Potential for botulism could lead to products liability claims

Many Georgia residents start their days with hot or cold coffee. The added kick that caffeine provides helps many people get going. Some people add cream and sugar to their coffee, and some even drink it cold, but they more than likely would not even think about adding a potentially deadly toxin to it. Unfortunately, one coffee drink, Death Wish Nitro Cold Brew, could come with a deadly toxin that may lead to products liability claims if someone ends up sick.

Products liability news: Class I recall issued by Cook Medical

Cook Medical Inc. manufactures a device used primarily in patients suffering from a blunt traumatic aortic injury, here in Georgia and elsewhere. The company then received reports of adverse health consequences to patients in whom the Zenith Alpha Thoracic Endovascular Graft was implanted. The company could be facing significant products liability claims, especially since the Food and Drug Administration has labeled this recall as Class I.

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