Archive for the ‘Product Liability’ Category

Product Defects in Automobiles Can Destroy Your Life

Tuesday, December 9th, 2014

Product defects in automobiles can lead to serious injuries, which can affect every aspect of a person’s life—as well as the lives of family members. Consumers want to believe that all parts of their vehicle are manufactured to be safe and efficient, and rarely imagine these parts and products could leave them injured, impaired, and unable to work. The root of the problem could be a design flaw, a manufacturing defect or lack of safety warnings, and any or all of these things could be considered negligence on the part of the designer, manufacturer, distributor or retailer. (more…)

Lawsuits Involving Defective Motorcycle Equipment

Monday, November 24th, 2014

motorcycleA significant number of motorcycle accidents are the result of defective motorcycle equipment. In far too many cases, a police report will put the blame for an accident on the motorcyclist rather than a defectively designed or manufactured motorcycle. Some of the most common types of defective motorcycle claims involve: (more…)

Failure to Report Defective Toy Proves Costly | Colorado Product Liability Attorney

Thursday, October 20th, 2011

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) reported that the toy company, Henry Gordy International, Inc. of Plainfield, N.J, has agreed to a settlement in a failure to report a product safety defect case concerning one of their toys. A toy gun known as the Auto Fire Target Set, included the plastic gun, plastic darts, and a small target. It was determined by the CPSC that the small plastic darts were a serious choking hazard for children. Even more disturbing, however, it was also determined that the Henry Gordy company knew of this potentially deadly risk and failed to report the issue or recall the product. Three deaths had been associated with the toy and the CPSC instantly took action. Henry Gordy agreed to pay the penalty of $1,100,000 but declined ultimate responsibility. Total recall of the product has been issued nationwide.

Has a member of your family been a victim of a defective toy and have questions about who is liable? Contact a Colorado product liability attorney to further discuss your options and legal rights.

Safety commissions such as the CPSC are dedicated to the safety of the public when concerning commercial products. According to, death and injuries, and even property damage caused from consumer products cost the nation more than 900 billion dollars annually. It is the responsibility of the manufactures, distributors and the retailers to report any defects or potentially harmful aspects of the products to the CPSC immediately.

If you or a loved one have been injured due to the negligence of product liability then you need the professional services of an experienced Pueblo product liability attorney. Making sure you and your loved ones are taken cared for is top priority. Mickey Smith is a quality attorney who will dedicate his time to your product liability case. Understanding your rights and determining who is liable in a defective product case is difficult to make sense of, let the knowledge and experience of Mickey Smith help you in determining your next step. For more information and a FREE CONSULTATION, contact Mickey Smith at (719)544-0062.

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