September 18, 2020 in

August Product Recalls

Product recalls are an important thing to keep track of as a consumer in Arizona. Some of your favorite brands might create items that are unreasonably dangerous to use – putting you at risk of serious personal injuries. Keep up with all the latest product recalls for your safety. If a defective product does...
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August 10, 2020 in

July Product Recalls

Product recalls are announcements regarding certain items that may contain dangerous defects, such as manufacturing errors or design flaws, that make them unsafe for consumer use. The Consumer Product Safety Commission maintains a national product recall list to warn consumers about known defects. If you have a recalled product from the month of July...
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July 13, 2020 in

June Product Recalls

Every year, thousands of people suffer serious injuries due to defective products. Issues with a product’s design, manufacturing or marketing could lead to defects that pose significant risks to consumers – including burn, laceration, poisoning and strangulation risks. As a consumer, it is important to keep up with product recalls in case you purchased...
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June 24, 2020 in

May Product Recalls 2020

Manufacturers and distributors are not always as careful as they should be in designing and producing consumer products. This leads to products with dangerous and often harmful defects. The Consumer Product Safety Commission keeps up with the latest known defective products to enhance buyer safety. It tracks product recalls announced by companies and federal...
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January 17, 2020 in

December Product Recalls 2019

A recall means something is wrong with the product that could potentially harm consumers. The item may have encountered a problem in its design, manufacture or marketing that makes it unreasonably dangerous for use. Recalled products cause thousands of serious injuries per year, along with many deaths. Keeping up with recalled products can help...
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December 19, 2019 in

November Product Recalls 2019

A recalled product can wreak havoc for consumers. A recalled product may contain defects that make it highly dangerous for use, such as electrical malfunctions or a child strangulation hazard. Every year, product defects of all kinds cause thousands of consumer injuries and deaths. Keeping up with the Consumer Product Safety Commission’s new monthly...
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October 4, 2019 in

Nearly 1 Million Ridgewood Four-Drawer Dressers Recalled; Sold Exclusively at Kmart

The risk of residential appliances and furniture tipping over is a hidden danger of which manufacturers are full aware, yet dangerous products continue to be sold. In yet another example, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, the furniture manufacturer Ridgewood Industries, Inc. of Canada has issued a recall on the Bellmont four-drawer dressers...
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October 1, 2019 in

September Product Recalls 2019

A product recall means something is wrong with the item – something significant enough to potentially cause consumer injuries or deaths. The Consumer Product Safety Commission tries to protect consumers from defective and dangerous products by holding manufacturers to certain safety standards. It also warns consumers of defective products using its real-time product recall...
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August 26, 2019 in

July Product Recalls 2019

Product recalls are signs that something is amiss. The product may contain a defect that could be highly dangerous for consumers. Many product recalls come too late – after an unsuspecting consumer has already suffered a defective product injury. Keeping up with the national product recalls list from the Consumer Product Safety Commission, however,...
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July 25, 2019 in

June Product Recalls 2019

Defective products pose serious risks to consumers. One minute a baby could be chewing on a toy and the next a piece of it could be lodged in the infant’s throat. This is just one example of many things that could go wrong while using defective or dangerous products. One of the best ways...
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