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Miniblind Injury Lawsuits Call for Mandatory Regulations

As the leading law firm in the United States representing families in mini blind injury lawsuits, our firm is deeply committed to eliminating this threat once and for all. Death and injury from dangerous window coverings is one of the leading dangers to young children in the United States. It is a silent killer, a threat that faces children in the perceived safety of their own home. Children can be strangled by a cord in a matter of moments, with a loving adult nearby. Cords from mini blinds have been known to pose a lethal threat to young children for decades, yet dangerous products continue to be manufactured and sold by major retailers nationwide.

Thursday, November 3, 2016 - Our firm has represented more than fifty families nationwide in filing a mini blind injury lawsuit. We are looked to as the national expert on these cases, and are called in for consultation by many other firms. We stand apart as the only law firm that has become deeply involved in advocacy work to eliminate the threat of mini blind injury once and for all. Working with a broad coalition of consumer safety and parent groups, we submitted a Petition for Rulemaking to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) to call for mandatory regulations. We will continue our efforts, but through advocacy and the representation of miniblind injury lawsuits, to pursue this goal until all threats have been eliminated.

Advocacy work is just a piece of the puzzle. While the assumption would be that families file mini blind injury lawsuits for their own sense of justice and in order to obtain deserved compensation, the fact is that a miniblind injury lawsuit can have a much larger impact. Each new claim that is filed against a particular company serves to strengthen the case for that company to improve the quality and safety of its products. Mini blind injury lawsuits bring companies bad press and cost them tremendous sums of money, both of which serve to motivate leaders to eliminate dangerous products. It is a sad fact that often only the threat of significant financial loss can push a company to become a better corporate citizen.

Filing a claim may feel like the last thing your family wants to do as you face difficult days following an accident. Our attorneys handling miniblind injury lawsuits around the country are committed to making the process as supportive and simple as it can be. We will take care of all the legal work, pursuing justice on your behalf while your family focuses on grief and recovery.

To learn more about your legal options or what it may look like for your family to file a mini blind injury lawsuit, please contact our firm. One of our attorneys will be happy to provide you with a free case review, during which they will listen to your story, answer your questions, and provide a free legal consultation.

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Our attorneys handling window blind cord lawsuits worked together with a coalition of consumer and safety groups to write the Petition, including Parents for Window Blind Safety, Consumer Federation of America, Consumer's Union, Kids in Danger, Public Citizen, US PIRG, Independent Safety Consulting, and Safety Behavior Analysis, Inc. Having contributed to more than fifty mini blind strangulation lawsuits and armed with the nation's most comprehensive "poison" document database against the window covering industry, our firm is the premier mini blind choking attorney group in the United States. We see the elimination of window cord dangers through advocacy and mini blind lawsuits as our solemn duty. Contact the firm to speak with an attorney representing blind cord lawsuits today.