Recall Issued For Iams ProActive Health Smart Puppy Dry Food

According to recent news from the consumer reports, the manufacturer along with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is recalling a certain type of dog food from the P&G’s Iams brand. The Iams ProActive Health Smart Puppy dry food was found to have high levels of a toxin called aflatoxin that may cause many illnesses in pets.

The FDA has announced that retailers have removed the remaining recalled products from their shelves but that several consumers still own bags of the recalled product in their homes. According to official reports, the illnesses related to the bacteria found in the dog food may cause the dogs to suffer sluggishness, vomiting, lethargy, yellowish tint to the eyes, diarrhea etc.

The article announced that the product was distributed to most states of the country and that the recalled bags have February 5 or February 6, 2013 stamped on their Best If Used By labels.

If your pet consumed this recalled product, take it to a veterinarian as fast as possible. I, a Seattle personal injury attorney and a pet owner understand how important our pet’s health is to our family and us.

Don’t hesitate to contact a personal injury lawyer if you ever feel like a defective product has caused you or a loved one to be severely injured. Don’t let the negligence of a big company harm your loved ones.

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Recall Issued For Iams ProActive Health Smart Puppy Dry Food

According to recent news from the consumer reports, the manufacturer along with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is recalling a certain type of dog food from the P&G’s Iams brand. The Iams ProActive Health Smart Puppy dry food was found to have high levels of a toxin called aflatoxin that may cause many illnesses in pets.

The FDA has announced that retailers have removed the remaining recalled products from their shelves but that several consumers still own bags of the recalled product in their homes. According to official reports, the illnesses related to the bacteria found in the dog food may cause the dogs to suffer sluggishness, vomiting, lethargy, yellowish tint to the eyes, diarrhea etc.

The article announced that the product was distributed to most states of the country and that the recalled bags have February 5 or February 6, 2013 stamped on their Best If Used By labels.

If your pet consumed this recalled product, take it to a veterinarian as fast as possible. I, a Seattle personal injury attorney and a pet owner understand how important our pet’s health is to our family and us.

Don’t hesitate to contact a personal injury lawyer if you ever feel like a defective product has caused you or a loved one to be severely injured. Don’t let the negligence of a big company harm your loved ones.

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HealthCo Issues a Recall For 75,000 Motion-sensing Switches

The Consumer News has reported that the company HealthCo is issuing a recall for over 75,000 Health-Zenith and Wireless Command motion-sensing wall switches. The recall was made necessary because of an electrical shock risk that has been noticed by the company.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission has reported that this recalled item replaces a standard wall switch. The device was designed to turn all lights in a room off in the moment nobody else is occupying that particular area.

According to the news, whenever the switches are of auto and the light completely off, the electric circuit suffers from a small amount of electricity that leaks through the circuit itself and even reaches the socket. The reports show that if a consumer cannot disconnect the circuit’s power by bringing both terminals inside the socket together while the bulbs are being replaced, an electric shock may occur.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission has reported no injuries related to the recalled product.

As a concerned Renton personal injury attorney I hope that no consumer will ever suffer because they were not alerted of this recall in time. Personal injury lawyers have handled many cases related to defective products and neglecting companies.

Contact a personal injury lawyer as fast as you can if you’re ever involved in a product liability case.

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Kosher Chicken Recalled Following Salmonella Outbreak

According to news articles, there was a recall issued for kosher chicken liver meat from a New York company. Local health officials have stated the recalled item may be allegedly linked to the Salmonella outbreak. The illness has struck the east coast recently and health authorities are trying to contain it.

All the chicken livers sold by the NY-based company Alle Processing Corporation, which also does business as MealMart Company and Schrieber Processing Corporation, must be recalled following a federal food safety official’s statement.

The outbreak may be traced back to the meat that was undercooked but sold as broiled to retailers. Cases of Salmonella have been reported in New York as well as Maryland, Pennsylvania and Minnesota. The place where the outbreak has been more noticeable was Ocean County because most of its retail food stores are kosher.

As a Seattle personal injury lawyer, I hope that the authorities can contain this Salmonella outbreak as soon as possible, before it spreads to the Nation. No consumer should be exposed to such a horrible disease.

Any personal injury lawyer should be always ready to answer all of your questions regarding product liability cases anytime you need them answered. Don’t delay in contacting one in your area if needed.

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Possibly Mislabeled Seafood under FDA Investigation

According to many news outlets, there is an investigation being held by the Food and Drug Administration regarding the mislabeling of seafood packages that come from all over the world. Many cases of seafood species being packed and labeled as something else have been allegedly reported.

The seafood trade association has been reportedly discussing the issue in a recent conference. The DNA tests will start being held by the FDA soon. They will be using many samples of fish from warehouses and distribution centers. Imports will also be targeted. The NFI claims that the most advanced DNA bar coding technology will be put to good use for the testing. The genetic material is taken from each fish sample, is compared against all the gene fragments in store and then determined whether labels match the species inside the packages.

Regarding the mislabeling errors, FDA firmly believes that most of it must have happened after the product left the manufacturer’s facilities. According to reports, they think the mistake took place at the retail level.  A staggering number of 1,000 seafood samples will be tested.

As a Seattle personal injury attorney, I hope that cases of personal injury related to product mislabeling will end drastically after this extensive investigation. If you ever find yourself a victim in a similar case, don’t delay in contacting a personal injury lawyer in your area.

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FDA Upgrades CareFusion Ventilators Recall to Class 1

In a press release, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced the upgrade in classification of the recall for CareFusion Corp’s EnVe ventilator units to Class-1, the most severe designation given by the agency.

CareFusion, a drug-delivery systems and respiratory equipment manufacturer, initiated a voluntary recall of the ventilator units last months due to an issue with potential disconnection during transport. A notice was sent to 29 customers in pediatric and adult critical care. The failure to adequately ventilate patients with severe respiratory problems could potentially result in serious neurological injury or even death. The recall affects only the EnVe ventilator units manufactured in the period between December 2010 and May 2011. CareFusion is currently working to correct and update the hardware and software on the affects units.

Class-1 recall designations are issued in situations where the agency finds there is reasonable probability that use of or exposure to the recalled product could cause severely adverse health consequences or death.

As a Vancouver personal injury lawyer, I’ve seen recalls similar to this in the past and know the dangers these defective products pose to consumers. I hope that by making this information more readily available, potential injury can be avoided in the future. If you’ve been injured through the use of a defective medical device, it may be in your best interests to speak with an experienced personal injury lawyer in your area.

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