Best Buy Recalls Rocketfish iPhone 3G/3GS Battery Case

Several news articles nationwide have announced that the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and Health Canada issued a recall of the iPhone 3G/3GS Battery Case manufactured by Best Buy. The recalled model number is “RF-KL12”.

Reports of consumers being allegedly burned among other minor accidents have forced the company to recall the products. Other reports involved this product attested that consumers witnessed the battery cases getting deformed due the heat of the batteries.

The alleged accidents involving the defective product happened in the United States. The CPSC along with Best Buy urge consumers to cease the use of the cover immediately. Every individual who owns a Rocketfish Battery Case for iPhone produced by Best Buy must return the product to the place of purchase as soon as possible without hesitation.

As a personal injury lawyer in Renton I appreciate the fact the company is taking responsibility for its defected product. I hope all consumers will contact the manufacturer to make sure they will be able to get a refund after returning the defective case.

Whenever you are the victim of a company engaged in a neglectful behavior, remember to have the contact number of your personal injury lawyer at hand. You may be entitled to compensation.

Best Buy Recalls Rocketfish iPhone 3G/3GS Battery Case is a post from: Seattle Car Accident Lawyer Blog

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Botulism Scare Behind Smoked Split Herring Recall

According to various news sources, the FDA announced an alert for a recall issued regarding salted smoked split herring that still had its viscera and was being sold to consumers. Reports show that there’s a possibility the product is contaminated with clostridium botulinum.

Quirch Foods C. from Miami, FL reported that Leslie Leger and Sons Ltd. produced Salted Smokes Split Herring under the Plant Reg # 2406 are being recalled after a routine sample was collected at a NY retail store. The NY State Department of Agriculture and Markets declared the product presented its viscera and wasn’t safe for consumption.

Authorities say that botulinum spores are entirely conglobated in the animal’s viscera. Spores can cause a severe illness known as Botulism, which may cause among other things, general weakness, abdominal distention, dizziness, difficulty in breathing, constipation etc.

According to the producers, all the packages were distributed in wooden boxes. The packages weigh around 18lb. and were delivered to distributors in Florida, Georgia, Nassau BF and Puerto Rico.

As a Seattle personal injury attorney I hope all that might have purchased the product returned it to the place of purchase in a timely manner. Do not hesitate to call a personal injury lawyer in the case of an illness brought upon you by the carelessness of some company.

– Kirk Bernard

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Raw Cheddar Recall Issued due to Listeria Contamination

FDA reports and news sources show that Golden Glen Creamery has issued a voluntary recall of their Raw Cheddar product. The Washington State-based company says their raw cheddar is potentially contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. This organisms cause fatal infections in children, individuals with a weak immune system and elderly people.

When infected by Listeria, healthy people will suffer from severe headaches, fever, nausea, stiffness, diarrhea and abdominal pain. The Washington State company allegedly claimed that there were no reports regarding any listeria infection related to their products.

The recalled items were distributed to retail stores in the State of Washington and the Golden Glen’s on-farm store has displayed the item for sale as well between September 22nd and November 5th. The product has a label in which we may read ‘Raw Cheddar’, ‘Natural handcrafted cheese produced by the Jensen ladies.’ and ‘GOLDEN GLEN CREAMERY’. The code of the infected batch ends with 864.

After the Washington State Department of Agriculture performed an analysis of a sample, officials stated that tests were positive for Listeria contamination. Golden Glen Creamery has ceased to distribute the product so the FDA and the Washington State Department of Agriculture may investigate what caused the infection.

As a Seattle personal injury lawyer I hope that nobody gets sick from consuming this product. In any moment in your life you find yourself dealing with a case regarding contaminated food that will threaten your health, don’t hesitate to contact a personal injury lawyer to answer your doubts.

– Kirk Bernard

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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.

FDA Upgrades CareFusion Ventilators Recall to Class 1 is a post from: Seattle Car Accident Lawyer Blog

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