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Companies that produce defective drugs, machinery, toys, food and all types of other consumer goods should be held accountable when their products harm people. In the U.S., the law allows victims who have become ill or suffered injuries from poorly designed or manufactured products to hold companies responsible by pursuing claims for monetary damages against them.

Our attorneys at Montlick & Associates provide the following blog articles in order to inform the public of potential issues of concern, trends in the law, and otherwise general information concerning product liability claims.

If you or someone you love has been injured by any type of defective product or become ill because of a defective drug, our Product Liability Attorneys can advise you of your legal rights as well as what steps are necessary to protect those rights. Call us Nationwide 24/7 for your Free Consultation at 1-800-LAW-NEED (1-800-529-6333) or by dialing #WIN (#946) from your cellphone (most carriers). You can also visit us online at and use our Free Case Evaluation Form or 24-hour live chat.

New Federal Safety Standard to Prevent High-Powered Magnet Ingestion Injuries and Deaths

September 15, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) voted to authorize a new safety measure concerning small, high-powered magnets. The new federal standard would lower the risk of children experiencing life-threatening injuries after swallowing unsafe high-powered magnets. This new safety rule will require separable or loose magnets in some magnet products to be too big to swallow or have a flux index of under 50 kG2 mm2, which is weak enough to prevent internal injuries when swallowed. 

FRIGG Daisy and Classic Silicone Pacifier Choking Death Lawyers

February 02, 2022

According to a recall news report published on, more than 300,000 FRIGG baby pacifiers have been recalled due to a defect that may create a choking hazard. The seller of FRIGG silicone nipple baby pacifiers stated that the recall was initiated after the company received complaints concerning the silicone nipples detaching from the plastic shield. The detached silicone nipples then could put infants at "risk of choking."

Philips is Now Replacing Millions of Recalled Respiratory Machines

September 01, 2021

AMSTERDAM - A news article published on states that Dutch medical technology company Philips reported on Wednesday that it has begun replacing and repairing millions of recalled breathing machines throughout the United States.  The breathing machines were recalled due to a serious health risk caused by the defective breathing machines.

Fisher-Price 2-in-1 Sooth ‘n Play Glider and 4-in-1 Rock ‘n Glide Soother Wrongful Death Lawsuit Lawyers

June 06, 2021

Recall Alert: WASHINGTON, D.C. – On June 4, 2021, Fisher-Price announced that the company is recalling its 4-in-1 Rock ‘n Glide Soother and its 2-in-1 Sooth ‘n Play Glider baby swings following four reported infant deaths.  The purchasers of the 2-in-1 Sooth ‘n Play Glider and the 4-in-1 Rock ‘n Glide Soother are being are urged to immediately stop using the baby swing and are asked to contact Fisher-Price for a refund.

Manufacturers Create Dangerous Hand Sanitizer in Effort to Cut Costs

August 20, 2020

USA- As the COVID-19 pandemic spread around the globe, the market for hand sanitizer increased drastically, leading to shortages of the product. In response to the difficulty of keeping up with such a huge demand for sanitizers, some companies made the decision to use methanol as a substitute for ethanol, which is the usual active ingredient in these products. Unfortunately, methanol is dangerous and toxic, and in no way suited for use in hand sanitizers.

List of Toxic Hand Sanitizers Expands

July 31, 2020

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration, FDA  announced that consumers must avoid hand sanitizers produced by Real Clean Distribuciones because the products may contain methanol or wood alcohol and have since been recalled. Walmart stores in 17 states and the District of Columbia sold hand sanitizer made with wood alcohol, Costco stores also sold the potentially deadly hand sanitizer during May of 2020. 

Dangerous Hand Sanitizers Recalled Due to Methanol Poisoning

July 29, 2020

MARIETTA, GA- Americans are buying hand-sanitizer in far larger amounts than normal due to concerns over the coronavirus, according to PATCH.COM. The high demand has led to shortages, and some companies that sell hand sanitizer have been using methanol, or wood alcohol, as an ingredient in their products. Methanol is dangerous for use on skin and can cause poisoning. The Food and Drug Administration, the FDA, is advising anyone who used such products to seek medical care if necessary for methanol poisoning.

The FDA is Expanding Technology to Increase Food Safety

July 27, 2020

WASHINGTON, DC — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration, also known as the FDA, believes expanding technology currently in development could make food safer for consumption. In a recent article appearing on the website Food Dive, the FDA’s commissioner recently announced that the FDA released a program called the “New Era of Smarter Food Safety Blueprint.”  The FDA designed the program to trace foodborne illnesses and to create an awareness of the need for food safety by using tools and developing business models, in conjunction with the modernization of retail food chains, to reduce food poisoning. The Blueprint is a ten-year program the FDA designed to increase the impact of the Food Safety Modernization Act, which became federal law in 2011. 

Hand Sanitizer Recall Due to Methanol Toxicity and Potential Fatalities

July 20, 2020

WASHINGTON, DC — A company known as AAA Cosmetica, S.A. de CV announced a voluntary recall of all of the lots of bio aaa Advance Hand Sanitizer because the product contains methanol, which is wood alcohol. The product is dangerous because the methanol is not declared on the list of ingredients contained in the hand sanitizer. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) published a notice of the recall announced by AAA Cosemtica, S.A. de CV on its website. Ingestion of wood alcohol could cause significant adverse health consequences, including death, permanent blindness, coma, seizures, headaches, blurred vision, severe abdominal pain, nausea, and permanent damage to the nervous system. The FDA said that AAA Cosmetica indicated the company had not received any complaints of adverse consequences from methanol consumption.  

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