U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Recalls Sweatshirts Due to Strangulation Hazard

Defective sweatshirts recalled. Recommended Guidelines The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission issues recall after recall of sweatshirts, cribs, strollers, pacifiers, bracelets, car seats, toys, games and numerous other products prior to the death of a child or person to prevent the future injury or death of a child or person. From January 1, 2010 to February 23, 2010 pit bull type dogs killed six Americans, four of which were children. This is equivalent to one Amer… [Read full blog post]

Historic Recall: 50 Million Blinds Recalled Following Child Deaths

Product Liability Bethesda, MD - Last November, 1.6 million baby cribs were recalled following the death of two children. It was announced Wednesday that the Consumer Product Safety Commission and the window blind industry are recalling 50 million Roman blind and roller shades after the deaths of five children and the near strangulation of 16. The volume of fatal and horrific pit bull maulings upon children far outweigh these numbers, yet there is no publicly funded agenc… [Read full blog post]