Dangerous and defective products seriously injure or kill thousands of people each year. Regrettably, many of these injuries could have been avoided if appropriate safety and design measures were taken prior to manufacturing and distribution.
Some examples of defective products include:
- Metal on Metal Hips
- Dangerous toys
- Industrial machinery and equipment
- Prescription drugs
A product must be labeled with sufficient instructions or warnings about necessary precautions. As a result, the law protects consumers and workers from these types of products by permitting them to bring claims against manufacturers or other entities responsible for the defective product.
Axley’s personal injury attorneys have significant experience with defective hip claims (Wright Medical, Zimmer, and Depuy) and with injuries caused by automobiles, child carriers, automated doors, and many other products.
GUM Hydral Dry Mouth Relief Oral Spray – February 2021
According to the FDA, Sunstar Americas, Inc is voluntarily recalling GUM Hydral Dry Mouth Relief Oral Spray with an expiration range of November 2021 to May 2022 for potential contamination. If you have used this product and experienced an infection or other adverse effects, please reach out to one of our attorneys to discuss your rights. More information here.
Dr. Reddy’s Medications – March 2021
The FDA issued a recall on Dr. Reddy’s Medications due to a risk of poisoning from packaging that is not child resistant. The recall includes Imatinib Mesylate Tablets 100mg, Imatinib Mesylate Tablets 400mg, Pregablin Capsules 50mg, Pregabalin Capsules 75mg and other medications in blister packages. If your child experienced harm from this product, please contact an attorney to discuss potential compensation.